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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-13-2007, 04:17 PM Thread Starter
 
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Sportbike Luggage? Can I borrow?

Anyone have any tail bags that are quite large that they could let a fellow friend borrow? I am taking the bike down to Missouri July 26 through the 31st.

I was looking for a large tail bag like the Nelson Rigg CL-200 or something comparable? Just gotta take clothes for the weekend and stuff.

I know someone can help me out here please?
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-13-2007, 04:31 PM
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I have some you can borrow when you come get the carb synchonizer. One of the small straps that keeps them from moving around is pulling out though so I have to have the guy next to my work sew it back on before you use them.

Edit: you're looking for a tailbag? These are saddlebags.

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Man you have everything!! I am looking for whatever way I can get some clothes and a pair of shoes to missouri!

HOwever, I do have the high mount exhaust It is carbon fibre though and does not get that hot.
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I have some bags, they are quite large though. I use them to go camping with. I can even fit a tent and inflatable matress in there!
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I've got a tank bag you can borrow. You're also in Nville, come on by and pick it up.

Bag's big enough for a couple of changes of clothes and shoes. Nice thing is you can lean on it during a long ride.

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I have an ICON tankbag but use as Tailbag is ya wanna borrow?

I hate tankbags :lauhging


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If you have a highmount pipe the ones I have probably won't work. They almost touch my regular pipe on the R1.

By the way.... I realized that I fucking hate saddlebags. I'm gonna sell these things and get a tailbag.

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I have an ICON tankbag but use as Tailbag is ya wanna borrow?

I hate tankbags :lauhging
Yeah, but the Icon Tankbags are the size of a sandwich bag...Peanut got one and we were really dissapointed compared to my Riggs bag.

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The ICON bag I got fits quite a bit of clothing and whatnot. A helmet will fit in there plus a few extras if need be. I just hate tankbags they get in my way of riding.

I got a set of saddlebags also that I had a couple years back for the Flat4 when Krystal and I went. I had no problems with them and actually loved them. Oh and they do over 100 and still stay on the bike.


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