From:Mutt e-mail:pigstye13-A-aol.com
Subject:RE: RE: RE: RE: ISO 65 Pacer accessories/parts Date:Mon Nov 27 16:46:21 2017
Response to:22375
If they are smaller, they are probably 1959-60 Sportster
saddlebags of the same era

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I will do some measuring but I THINK they are smaller than
Panhead bags. They are also plastic, I remember the early
big bike bags as being fiberglass (been a while so I could
be wrong). The brackets seem to be die cut. I will find
some glasses and see if I can make out the part number.

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the saddle bags on that bike are for a Panhead, that would
make them a period correct accessory as they were sold at
the Dealership the same year the bike was sold new.

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STEVE:
THE SADDLEBAGS/HANGARS ON YOUR BIKE ARE NOT SEEN IN ANY OF
THE ACCESSORY CATALOGS FOR THESE BIKES. THEY ARE PROBABLY
AFTERMARKET. I DID MAKE A SPECIAL VARIANT OF THE EARLY
LUGGAGE RACK SO IT WOULD FIT THE SWING ARM MODELS.
SAFETY BARS, AND OTHER PARTS ARE AVAILABLE IF/WHEN YOU NEED
THEM.
DUANE TAYLOR

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Just got this 65 Pacer sweetheart and looking to add a few
things to it. The seller indicated he had found a link to
an accessories page that showed the saddlebags but I am not
internet savvy enough to find it, Can someone post or send
me a link please or anyone have a nice original available?
Reproduced? I know I want to add a crash bar and an oil can
and bracket, maybe a mud flap. Don't know if a rear rack
will work with the bags or if I will like it if it does but
wouldn't mind having one put back if they were available.
Maybe a tool box if those were available. I am also in
search of front brake parts. I haven't torn it down but
suspect the front brake has no internals or at the very
least a broken cam. I would like to find an entire setup so
I can have it ready to plug and play when I do tear it
down.

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