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If anyone is looking for a "lower-profile" pannier/saddlebag for their Scrambler, I highly recommend the Iron and Resin Pannier. Installed it back in November and haven't removed it since. Looks much better than some of the nylon alternatives and doesn't require additional mounting brackets.

Pretty big for a slimmer bag, I can fit a 12-pack in there with room to spare which is the important part.

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I forgot the link - http://ironandresin.com/collections/accessories/products/iron-resin-pannier-bag-1
 

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That's a damned nice looking bag.. I'm starting to wonder if I umped the gun buying the UE Dry Bags when I got mine.
 

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How did you attach it to the bike? I can't really tell from the picture. Does it contact the tire?
It comes with a handful of straps. I took two of the middle sized ones and used them around the seat/grab handle frame. The bag rests on the swingarm so no worry of hitting the tire. I used a third strap around the license frame bracket (stock) just to keep it from shooting out during a turn.
 

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Look at the Legendry bags from SW-MOTECH, they are a real alternative.
They finally came out with those, I bought this because I needed something back in November. I like the SW-MOTECH one's, except the saddlebags go over the seat.
 

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Do you know if it is possible to fit from the legend on both sides the LC2 from each 160 euro? Or will there be a problem with the termignoni exhaust for the ft or Italan Design?
 

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If anyone is looking for a "lower-profile" pannier/saddlebag for their Scrambler, I highly recommend the Iron and Resin Pannier. Installed it back in November and haven't removed it since. Looks much better than some of the nylon alternatives and doesn't require additional mounting brackets.

Pretty big for a slimmer bag, I can fit a 12-pack in there with room to spare which is the important part.

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I forgot the link - Iron & Resin Pannier Bag
Do you have any other pics of how this sits against the bike (from other angles like the back)?
 
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