Install of Conely's USA Gen 3 Retro T-Sports Bags on Project Mistress

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  • Published on Jun 6, 2017
  • Jay of The Dyna Gang installs Conely's USA Gen 3 Retro T-Sport Bags on Project Mistress.
    Tools Needed for this install:
    Ratchet Wrench
    3/4 Inch Socket
    7/32 Allen Wrench or Allen Socket
    Be sure to check out the blooper at the end!

Comments • 11

  • Gabby West
    Gabby West 11 months ago

    Jay this was a really good demo. Question. I have a low rider s and Ive been told that I will have to relocate my turn signals. Can you explain how???

    • The Dyna VLOG
      The Dyna VLOG  11 months ago

      Hi Gabby West two options come to mind. You can do a full fender conversion with a laydown taillight that has integrated turn signals. Or you can purchase turn signals from Alloy Arts that attach to the ends of your fender struts. This is a nice clean option and look to the bike. Check out Hardcore Cycles Inc. For both these options at www.hardcorecylces.com

  • Rob W
    Rob W Year ago

    Nice bags I recommend you take some mothers and clean up those Wheels and and go get you some heat shields for those Thunder headers thunderheader sells the heat shields that way you don't have to see what happens to the pipe without them I know I've owned them and I would never own them again they charge you extra for the heat shields I have a bassani now which is a way better pipe and never had a problem yet but some guys don't care what their bikes look like cosmetically

    • Brian Noe
      Brian Noe 9 months ago

      If you look closely he does have heat shields on them.

  • Civil War Will
    Civil War Will Year ago

    What is the company who makes your taillight and is there any chance we could see a demo? Bike looks great and so do the bags.

    • Civil War Will
      Civil War Will Year ago

      The Dyna VLOG Thanks man I appreciate it! Just found your channel a few days ago. Its super cool!

    • The Dyna VLOG
      The Dyna VLOG  Year ago

      +Civil War Will Hi Will! I don't know what company makes the light itself. I did however purchase the light from Speed Kings Cycle Supply in Riverside, Calif. Here is the link to the site. www.speed-kingscycle.com/collections/led-lights/products/speed-kings-led-low-profile-tail-light. Tell Steve that Jay from the DynaVLOG sent you!

  • JuanderBoyMusic
    JuanderBoyMusic Year ago

    Do they hit the swingarm at all? Mine did on both sides.

    • JuanderBoyMusic
      JuanderBoyMusic Year ago

      Thanks. I'm on a Low Rider, stock height. I'll have to use spacers.

    • The Dyna VLOG
      The Dyna VLOG  Year ago

      I dont know what height you are running on your bike, but mine is a little over stock (12") at 12 3/4". I havent had a problem with the bags hitting the swing arm. They fit nicely the way my bike is set up now.

  • The Dyna VLOG
    The Dyna VLOG  2 years ago +1

    Be sure to check out the blooper at the end!