Kat
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Hey All 
So I was able to get saddle bags put on my scout. Since I didn’t have the tools, the motor bike mechanic near me was able to do it at a very reasonable price. If anyone is looking for a well priced mechanic on the far north of Brisbane I would recommend giving Birds Bitz at Morayfield a go.
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crash
Looks like a nice neat job - well done Kat.
Ulysses #30673
IMRG #AU100394
Current: RoadMaster (ebony and ivory)
Highett Victoria Australia
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JuanPoop
Good one, I like the way they look and sit on the bike.  

It is coming together nicely. 

aka - John
2017 Springfield - grey / burgundy
Northern Beaches - Sydney
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Croc
It does look nice, is that a neat little tank bag I see there also?
Looking good. ðŸ‘
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Kwinana W.A.

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Kat

Yes Croc it is.  

I used the easy brackets from Finn’s and a set of Odin Viking bags. For whatever reason they  look a tad darker than they are in the photo.  


On a side note what brake fluid would people recommend for my scout? In America they have for sale Indian’s own Dot 4 brake fluid but I can not see it on the Australian site. 

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Dr.Shifty
Any reputable brand of brake fluid will do, as long as it's DOT 4.

DOT 3 has a lower boiling point and suits some cars but bike brakes run hotter.
DOT 5.1 is higher again, and is very different from DOT 5.

The main thing to remember with brake fluid is to never mix DOT 5 with anything as it's a totally different formula.
Cheers, Kim.

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