Your comment on updating the install sheets makes sense. I got one of the first sets and installation instructions looked like something from harbor freight and took some personal engineering to make them work, even with that I only had about 2.5 hrs installing them.Here is my experience with Corbin. When I first saw the bags I had to have them. I didn't care how much they held as I was buying for the look. The rearend of the sling was just not finished imo. I set a date with the factory for the free install. My gf and I drove up to Hollister the nite before. Was at the shop when they opened up next morning. Mike told me that this would be their first install for a customer. They had only been working on their mule up to that point. Two of their installers were working on it following the directions of their install sheets. During the install they had to call the engineers out for clarification or direction about three times. Each time the engineers took copious notes so they could revise the directions. In talking to Mike I commented that I would probably be coming back for a seat install. Mike inquired if I really wanted seats. When informed that I was serious his comment was why not right now?
He called the foreman over and I told him how I wanted them built and would also like heated ones. The bag install was completed just after lunch. By the way the diner on premises has really good food and the BLT is the best on the west coast imo. The seat install was finished right at quitting time. Both installs were free of charge. We spent the nite in Hollister and left the next morning about daybreak for San Diego. It was a chilly morn, the gf turned on the heat and commented she was as snug as a bug in a rug. Am I happy I did all this ? YOU BET......I'm a happy camper.....