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    CB750 Member Jarrett_Honda's Avatar
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    Shoei saddlebags installation

    Does anyone have experience installing these bags on a CB750? I was able to attach it to the two bolts that go through the rear turn signals and grab rail just fine. It's the bottom support bracket that's the issue. The plan was to attach the bracket using the bolt that hold the exhaust and passenger foot pegs on. However that bolt is too big.

    I suppose I could mount the bracket to the bottom bolt for the shocks but I'm thinking that would be bad if it limits the up and down movement of the swing arm.

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    CB750 Guru amc49's Avatar
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    That last lower link likely goes much more up/down than sideways, it will support better that way. The way you are trying to do it loses leverage and the link is not long enough anyway.

    Do NOT put it on the bottom of shock, dangerous to do so!

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