Arlen Ness "Down and out" bags and rear fender....anyone have them? Quality?

traveler

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Does anyone on here have the 'Ness down and out bags and matching rear fender?

If not, has anyone actually SEEN them in RAW form?

I'd like to know the quality of the pieces......some stuff requires a TON of mud and massaging to look good....some stuff is pretty much ready for paint.

I'd really like to know.

Please comment if you have seen them.

~Joe
 

Sonic69

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My friend Tracey just finished a bike with them and won his class at Easyrider nationals. They are definetly a quality piece. I will most likely use them on my next build.
 

thecort

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Does anyone on here have the 'Ness down and out bags and matching rear fender?

If not, has anyone actually SEEN them in RAW form?

I'd like to know the quality of the pieces......some stuff requires a TON of mud and massaging to look good....some stuff is pretty much ready for paint.

I'd really like to know.

Please comment if you have seen them.

~Joe
Yes I have them. I think they're excellent quality, especially compared to a lot of bag & fender setups I've seen.They're long, strong, straight & the combo lines up.
I haven't had them painted yet so I'm not sure how much body work will be needed if any.



Tap it!
 

traveler

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looks like a monster sized gap on the left side of the fender between the fender and bag.

I sure like Ness stuff.

~Joe
 

Opunui

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Looks like a monster sized gap on the left side of the fender between the fender and bag.

I sure like Ness stuff.


Take it easy on him...Let him finish for Pete's sake.
 

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