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06-01-2017 11:02 AM
KLRCamo I was given a Tour Master as a present and it sticks to tank with magnets. At first it seemed huge but I got used to it. Lots of room. I like it but nothing to compare to.
05-31-2017 07:57 PM
Mt.Pisgah 83 wife bought me a cortech magnetic and I love it.
05-10-2017 12:52 PM
Squirrel911 I bought the Nelson Rigg for a temporary fix and found out I really liked it
05-08-2017 09:21 AM
open1mind
Kawi bag

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Originally Posted by madmotorcyclist View Post
I have had several over the years, but my favorite by far is the Kawasaki Trans Bag. A bit expensive but fits the bike well and looks good on it.
+1 on the Kawi tank bag
05-05-2017 03:54 PM
UncleJohnsBike My bike came with a Nelson Rigg bag and I planned to take it off once I bought it but
I really like it. Doesnt get in the way and just loosen one strap to expose the filler cap.
The clear plastic top is electronic friendly so you can use your GPS or phone without removing it.
I think it's a CL-1045 if you google or find it on youtube.
05-05-2017 03:30 PM
Liftrat I just switched a Wolfman Blackhawk for a Ranier on my '08. The latter meets all your criteria except #2 (though it does have a moveable vertical divider). I found the Blackhawk was just a bit too small for my needs, but I was otherwise very happy with it. The Ranier will hold a six pack, just in case...
05-04-2017 08:33 AM
madmotorcyclist I have had several over the years, but my favorite by far is the Kawasaki Trans Bag. A bit expensive but fits the bike well and looks good on it.
05-03-2017 11:52 AM
djeady
Tank Bag Recommendations

Looking for tank bag recommendations:

- clear map pocket on top
- two compartments - one for a 2 litre camelback
- easy access to fuel filler
- additional side pockets would be nice

Any suggestions?

I have two sitting around from other bikes, but neither really works.

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