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post #1 of 5 Old 05-30-2017, 10:06 AM Thread Starter
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Tank Pad.....anyone have one on their KLR??

Have a few scuffs I was looking to hide.......

Anyone have one installed on the bike? If so, which brand worked and do you have any pics that you can post?
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post #2 of 5 Old 05-30-2017, 10:29 AM
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I've got a tank vest that has webbing on it for pouches this isn't mine but it's the same one I have.
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I've got a tank vest that has webbing on it for pouches this isn't mine but it's the same one I have.
Tried it, too much stuff in the way on an already top heavy tractor unless your out zombie hunting. Chicks like scars and it's a KLR not a leather pants bike. I found stickers to be the best scratch, paint cover up and totally in my price range. The money I save I use to acquire gas and feel it compensates me well as I travel to earn more scars for my often reliable steed. YMMV

Go Fast, no wait... it's a KLR!
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As far as the gun goes I agree
The pad is nice to store small light items like maps and food
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check out the Cortech magnetic tank bags. I was looking for a pad to protect mine, and my wife bought me the cortech for my Bday. I love it!!! it protects, and its really friggin handy!!!! you stick it on right below the cap and it works perfectly. this one has built in back pack straps that are really cool too, if you keep valuables in it, and need to carry in. I keep a Glock 19 in mine and can easily access it while riding. If your into that sort of thing.
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