Harley-Davidson Saddlebag and seat locks

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A few months back a friend of mine was telling me about how he had rode his freshly painted Street Glide over to his local bar for a drink. After spending about an hour inside the bar he came out to find that someone had stolen one of his sadllebags. Can you believe that! Someone was chicken *** enough to steal a saddlebag right off his bike. What really stung was that it wasn't a stock bag, it was a Simms extended bag that he had just purchased and had color matched to his custom green paint scheme.

A few months back a friend of mine was telling me about how he had rode his freshly painted Street Glide over to his local bar for a drink. After spending about an hour inside the bar he came out to find that someone had stolen one of his sadllebags. Can you believe that! Someone was chicken *** enough to steal a saddlebag right off his bike. What really stung was that it wasn't a stock bag, it was a Simms extended bag that he had just purchased and had color matched to his custom green paint scheme.

Unfortunately, I wasn't too shocked when he told me, the stupid things people will steal never seem to surprise me. As it always seems to happen we recently came across these saddlebag locks from Gordon Lockdown after the fact. The patent pending design is made of 6061 aluminum and is designed to replace your detachable pins with a locking mechanism that secures your bag to the bike. It can be especially useful if you have stereo equipment like a an amp or speakers mounted in your saddle bags. And to take things even further, if you have a custom seat with high

-priced exotic coverings like alligator or stingray, then you know the only thing keeping your seat on the bike is one little screw. Well, Gordon Lockdown also offers a seat lock that covers the seat screw preventing any joe-schmuck from walking by with a screwdriver and snatching your seat. Two simple products that can save you lots of grief and money.