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post #1 of 5 Old May 9th, 2006, 3:39 pm Thread Starter
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Are Goldwing bag liners OK for LT? They are cheap on the internet... GW 1500 and 1800 are different size - which are better for LT?
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Are Goldwing bag liners OK for LT? They are cheap on the internet... GW 1500 and 1800 are different size - which are better for LT?
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Andre
Kathy's Bags are much cheaper than BMW's and are made specifically for the LT. I wish that I would have known before I bought BMW's bags:

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I'm sure the Goldwing liners will fit but not as well as ones made for the Lt. I have the cee-bailey liners made for the Lt. They are cheap and work extremely well.

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My experience has been...when it comes to bag liners for the LT, you have to dish out the dough to get "the best" liners. And that means buying the BMW-brand liners. Fortunately, I bought mine on close-out and got all three of them for under $200!

I've had three other brands and they all fell short of the mark.

As for GoldWing liners...they aren't going to fit right, so why bother? The reason they're so much cheaper is that there's so many more GoldWings out there. A Supply & Demand thang . . . you know.
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I went with Kathy's bags. Bought them second hand here on the forum. They have about 10,000 miles on them so far.. And I am satisfied with all three.
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