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|02-03-2017 12:21 PM|
Which style did you have? CL-1045?
Originally Posted by River rat 59 View Post
|06-24-2015 12:25 PM|
|NedQuick||I've got a Nelsonrigg (sp) tank bag that is huge. Since I have long lost the original straps, I've taken to using bungee cords to hold it in place. I've carried as many as three quarts of oil in it plus a bunch of other stuff. It's plenty stable and doesn't get in the way. I'll see if I can get a pic of it along with the sheepskin I use for the seat. The best part? Around 50 bucks and good quality - plus it comes with a rain cover.|
|04-12-2015 06:32 PM|
I use the Giant Loop Fandago bag the OP mentioned. Works very well for me. Has been to Alaska and back including 13 straight days of rain. Kept everything dry.
Just to point out, this bag is made with waterproof materials, but the seams need to be sealed to make the bag truly waterproof. It comes with the seam sealer. Took me about 30 minutes to seal all the seams. I then spent another couple of hours cleaning off the excess from the zippers to get them to work well again. I wasn't as neat as I should have been when applying the seam sealer.
|04-12-2015 06:24 PM|
|whisperquiet||I used a Wolfman Enduro bag on my trip on/to the Trans Labrador Highway...nice bag for sure with lots of storage + a good map bag.|
|04-12-2015 06:07 PM|
Originally Posted by whisperquiet View Post
|04-12-2015 05:47 PM|
|whisperquiet||If you can find a leftover Rapid Transit Bradley tank bag....it works great on the KLR.|
|03-15-2015 02:24 PM|
|apexal||I have a Wolfeman Explorer Lite that I've been using on my BMW GS's for quite a while. I wanted to use it on my KLR but the bars hit it on full lock. Some people use this bag on their KLRs but I'll probably go with the Wolfeman Enduro bag.|
|12-24-2014 08:12 PM|
I purchased the OEM Kawasaki Handlebar bag, Tank bag and the Tail bag for my 2015 KLR. One glaring concern I have about the Tank bag is the abrasive rubbing that can occur under the attachment to the tank. The bra that holds the bag to the tank can and will collect dirt under it and rub the paint finish on the tank. I only plan on using the Tank bag when I take long trips on asphalt no off road riding. Truly I'm not sure how much I'll use the Tank bag.
When I had a sport bike I used, which I still have, a Chase Harper Tank bag I really love to have with me. I don't know if Chase Harper is still around and not sure they make a dual purpose Tank bag if they are around.
|12-05-2014 04:06 PM|
I've had one of these for years. It's been to Alaska and works really well on the KLR tank. You may be able to find it cheaper somewhere else.
|12-05-2014 02:44 PM|
Originally Posted by flash View Post
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