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    Thumbs up RKA Saddlebags - 2009 K1300s

    Looking for an alternative to the $1200 smackers it'll cost you to run hard bags on you wedge K12 - K13 sport models? A soft bag that's easy to install, remove, and doesn't require mounting brackets? RKA Motorcycle Luggage may be a solution for you! You can find the "Sonoma Series" here, at the "Pirate's Lair."; http://pirateslair.net/RKASaddlebags.htm However, if you want to customize the colors utilized in your bags, visit RKA's /site / color selection page to see what options are available; https://www.rka-luggage.com/A11%20Colors/colors.html The default colors on the 33 and 50 liter expandable bags is black with white piping. I selected red piping with a silver lid, white for the expansion, and black on the main body to go with my 2009 "TriColor" K1300s. (mocked it up in a graphics app, first) Here's a look.

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    Last edited by riccas59; 08-02-2021 at 10:58 PM.
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    Nicely done!

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    Those look great. Probably more capacity than the stock luggage, too!

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    RKA is a small business that makes a quality product. I'm local to them and have spent a good portion of my allowance with Richard and Kathy.

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    Kathy was great help!

    Quote Originally Posted by dravnx View Post
    RKA is a small business that makes a quality product. I'm local to them and have spent a good portion of my allowance with Richard and Kathy.
    I'm glad to hear that they have local support. They did such a nice job, I wanted to give them a plug! Placed a video on the Tube with links to their website. Like most folks...., the past 18 months have been harder on some than others. Wish them well!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1DGYJ4Xbfs
    Rick
    K75S; 1987, 1992
    K1300S; 2009

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