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post #11 of 14 Old 06-25-2019, 01:52 PM
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can you please explain that cause I didn't get it.

The price of the SW-Motech saddlebags is not insane.



Insane is defined by letting price stop you from having your bike be the way you want it to be.


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can you please explain that cause I didn't get it.

The price of the SW-Motech saddlebags is not insane.



Insane is defined by letting price stop you from having your bike be the way you want it to be.
The price they asking for what they offer is insane !! But if you cant/ dont know how to build things it's an one way road. But I can so I chose not to pay that insane price 🙂 . And in matter of fact mine looks way more steady and strong , and keeps the bottom of the bag too , and they are a little higher so they dont allow the bags to put any weight to plastic parts and damage them.
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That bracket is as cool as can be. That's what I was talking about with my reference to "insane". I see this way too often.

People will have these really nice bikes, but something is not quite right, about the bike, for them. Maybe the suspension is really bad? Maybe they need saddlebags? Where Im at, a heated grip, or big windshield will extend my riding season two months.

Most people just talk themselves out of the item they need. Its too expensive...the bike isn't worth that much. Theres a hundred excuses NOT to buy this item they really need. You invested the time, effort and dollars and now your bike will be just what you want and need. You'll probably end up savign money, in the long run. People tend to keep things that work really well.
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That bracket is as cool as can be. That's what I was talking about with my reference to "insane". I see this way too often.

People will have these really nice bikes, but something is not quite right, about the bike, for them. Maybe the suspension is really bad? Maybe they need saddlebags? Where Im at, a heated grip, or big windshield will extend my riding season two months.

Most people just talk themselves out of the item they need. Its too expensive...the bike isn't worth that much. Theres a hundred excuses NOT to buy this item they really need. You invested the time, effort and dollars and now your bike will be just what you want and need. You'll probably end up savign money, in the long run. People tend to keep things that work really well.
I understand perfectly what you guys saying but for me personally I wont spend money on something I can build. As I said if you can't build something then yes , you are not "allowed" to say some price insane like I did.
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