BattleAx

Harley Davidson Trunk Bag

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Finished the trunk bag for a customer in CA. He sent me a sketch of the bag he wanted made for his bike. Used 8 to 10 oz Show Harness from Wickett & Craig this is great leather for motorcycle bags.

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Looks awesome.

I need to make something like that for my bike once I get better at leather craft stuff

thanks for the inspiration

 

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That is AWESOME, very nice looking, like it was meant to be there!

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I didn't know it was possible to sew gussets like that on a cylinder bed. There is so much to learn about these machines....

Great looking bag. Love it.

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Very nice.

 

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Oh yeah, simple, sleek, sweet, and clearly sturdy.  I like it a lot.  Nice bit o kit there.

YinTx

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Well done..... just what a good bag should be.

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On 3/25/2019 at 1:29 AM, bikermutt07 said:

I didn't know it was possible to sew gussets like that on a cylinder bed. There is so much to learn about these machines....

I was going to say..." Oi....what are  you doing with my machine ??? " :rofl:  Its  identical,   :) 

....... and the unfinished workshop like mine . ( Sorry for being too observant . ) 

I have done gussets like that.   Love these machines .

@BattleAx would you mind if I show this to a client? Looks awesome :) 

HS 

 

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Great work.  I have been wanting to build one for my bike, this may be the inspiration to get me started.  Thanks for sharing.

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Very nice.

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Nice work!

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Well done mate. I know you had fun doing those gusset base corners. :P:rockon:

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