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Old 07-04-22, 08:25 PM
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I wish it were the grey/blue color, and I wish it were a 'tall' one, but it seems with Acorn you take what you can get, and this one does pretty much all I need it to do....
I also kinda wish they still had the side pockets.
Just got a small saddlebag for the racier Holdsworth Pro I'm building up.
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Old 07-04-22, 09:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Roger M View Post
I got in on the latest bag sale. This one is a different design than the older black one I have. A little smaller, and no external side pouches. Nice looking bag though.



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Thank you for the heads up! I was able to get a brown large saddlebag ordered!!! It won't exactly match my Ranger Tan front bag- but after it fades, it'll be close enough for government work.

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Originally Posted by Drillium Dude View Post
I used to be the guy who took a bare minimum with me in a tiny wedge under the saddle. No more.
One day I will get a matching, larger bag for the front to hold the food, camera - and maybe something enjoyable to drink
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Before you know it, you'll be chugging along on a rig like this...
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