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DETACHABLE SADDLEBAG BRACKETS

 

 

 

Edge Brackets Quick Release Detachable saddlebag system

Edge Brackets system allows you put on or take off your saddlebags in roughly two seconds!

 

The Edge Brackets system is easy to install and once installed no tools are needed to remove your saddlebags. Edge Brackets are installed by removing the two bolts from your fenders and replacing the two OEM bolts with the Ghost Bracket bolts and hardware which are called "keepers". The Edge Brackets are then bolted on to your saddlebag and simply slide right on to the keepers.

Now with the latest Generation III G3 Edge Brackets you will have the most versatile saddlebag system ever developed.

 Made from solid 10 gauge steel, the brackets are specialty pretreated and then black powder coated for durability and good looks. All the hardware provided is stainless steel that is polished to a show room finish. The Generation III Edge Brackets are completely adjustable in every direction allowing you to place your bags on the bike exactly where you need them not only getting you the exact look you desire, but also helping to avoid many undesirable turn signal relocation requirements. Simply slide the bracket on the stainless steel keepers, turn your locking key and the brackets and your expensive saddlebags are safe, securely locked onto your bike. Why settle for just one set of saddlebags? With Edge Brackets your saddlebags are interchangeable allowing for multiple sets of saddlebags to be used.

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