Triumph and Jag!!!

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Is there any way you guide me with how to not drilling the hole into the bag for installation sand do it some other way. It really messes up the look of the bag.
 

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Is there any way you guide me with how to not drilling the hole into the bag for installation sand do it some other way. It really messes up the look of the bag.
I used the matte black metal mounting fram rather than the strap and I drilled through the bag and used the steel plate and the template they sent. I thought it looked OK20200911_095506.jpg20200911_095506.jpg20200911_095537.jpeg
 

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Wonderful looking pair TUP
 

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Nice! I’m envious, an organized clean garage!
 

Andydrat

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I saw the post on Triumph and Porsche and I thought a dream garage should have 2 British classics in it ( or more). so here is my idea of a dream garage with a Triumph and a Jag.View attachment 48280
B9E01D60-B1F6-4633-9BC2-739A0CBD56F2.jpegThis is my ideal garage pair. Unfortunately the garage is too small for the land rover which is my daily driver
 

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guscar65

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I saw the post on Triumph and Porsche and I thought a dream garage should have 2 British classics in it ( or more). so here is my idea of a dream garage with a Triumph and a Jag.View attachment 48280
yes ---what a pair!. I could maybe just squeeze in a car (small one) but too cluttered for anything else, I guess its the shrinking size of UK houses that have little or no storage, and my disorganised slightly hoarding habit. I actually considered the concept about six months ago---my wife's health was making pillion difficult, so I seriously looked at buying an MGF sportscar--but with my daily drive Volvo in our small drive and my T120 and son's burgman in the garage I measured up the front garden to see if I could make that work with some levelling and slabbing. Sigh! unfortunately when the light of reality dawned I realised that it just would not work , well not in any practical way. So, i reckon for most people you need room for your daily drive as well as the dream machine (jag or whatever )and your soul machine (bike). Of course you could have the classic car as your daily drive-----but that has its own issues. SO the dream is -----like batman having the choice of tasty machines -----what shall I use today? its sunny so maybe the bike ----or possibly the convertible----what if the family wants to go? oh hell I need some shopping . dream goes poooof.!
However ----if i could I would have three bikes (different types)----a solid daily car---and a powerful soft top----merc----'e'type---MG V8----Healy 3000----. possibly a statement car, hows about a '64 heather green Mustang.
Dream on.
to all those that have managed to make their dream a reality-----enjoy! its a short life go for it.
 
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