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SW Blaze saddle bags

Hi all. Has anyone got pictures of the SW motech blaze panniers on their bike that has a R&G tail tidy fitted with stock indicators. Iím looking at getting a set of the bags for an upcoming trip and donít want to spend money on it if itís not going to fit
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Sorry for the late reply, I'm not really active. There are a few pictures of mine. The bags are not expanded on any of the pictures,for 3-day trips they were enough standard. On the second pic the bags needed some tightening.

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what did you use between the bags and the tails plastic to not have the bags rivers eat away the paint/plastic? They have a clear sheet but I was thinking of using a tank protector like the snakeskin pads to protect it. I can put the snakeskin on the bag instead of on the tail.
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I just installed them this weekend, I can not really say about how they work because I just installed them and didn't really test them...

In my case, I'm a bit worried about the blinkers, as there is contact between them and the bags... I might have to change them...
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what did you use between the bags and the tails plastic to not have the bags rivers eat away the paint/plastic? They have a clear sheet but I was thinking of using a tank protector like the snakeskin pads to protect it. I can put the snakeskin on the bag instead of on the tail.
I already had 3M protective film on the plastics. SW Motech supplies the same with the bag. I'm using this setup maybe twice a year - with two little kids I'm not touring a lot - so it should be enough.

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I already had 3M protective film on the plastics. SW Motech supplies the same with the bag. I'm using this setup maybe twice a year - with two little kids I'm not touring a lot - so it should be enough.

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I was worried since i noticed the bags rivets sat right on the edge of the plastic thus digging into it with the roads vibrations.
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what did you use between the bags and the tails plastic to not have the bags rivers eat away the paint/plastic? They have a clear sheet but I was thinking of using a tank protector like the snakeskin pads to protect it. I can put the snakeskin on the bag instead of on the tail.
I don't think that would work. Just thinking about it logically, anything rubbing on the paint (even snakeskin) would tend to rub it off. Putting the protectant on the paint itself would provide a barrier to anything rubbing against it. You'll have to adhere it to the actual bodywork. Personally I'm going to try the film that came with the bags but I've heard it doesn't stick well so probably going to go with 3M.
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I see your point and I agree. Yes the 3M might be a better solution on the bodywork directly


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