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I had some Mosko moto luggage arrive from the states yesterday , tried it on the ttr and lt  fits a treat , got all my camping gear and clothes in , used my existing Kreiga bag in the centre , probably going to have a jiggle around and move the tent but on the whole I reckon it will do the job very well , and keep everything dry !! 



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Its just so expensive 



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Cubber wrote:

Where are you going to put the kitchen sink Bob? confusebiggrin

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I'm sure I can squeeze on in somewhere !!! 



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Moo wrote:

Its just so expensive 


 Yes not cheap but very good kit , I tried giant loop bag but just didn't get on with it , I use wolfman bags on my xt660 and they are great and crash proof , I just wanted bags that were small and fitted well on the bike , don't want yo carry to much crap around with me , 



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I've got the reckless80 on my TTR, fits really well.

Moo - yep but buy once and buy right and your done. You can use this stuff on almost any bike.



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I dig your pannier racks Bob. Self made?

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They started life as DRZ racks , and after much cutting bending and brazing they are now TTR racks , very pleased with them !! 



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leigh wrote:

I've got the reckless80 on my TTR, fits really well.

Moo - yep but buy once and buy right and your done. You can use this stuff on almost any bike.


 Yes I looked at the 80 but thought it would kind of defeat the object of travelling light and I would end up filling them with stuff I don't need and wouldn't use , ive a bit more fettling to do before I'm 100% happy ,  



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As long as you have room for a baguette and a tin of cassoulet then all will be good.

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Herman wrote:

As long as you have room for a baguette and a tin of cassoulet then all will be good.


 Funny you should say that , I have a couple of ex army ammo tubes which a tin and baguette would fit just right , I reckon I could fit them under the bags 😀😀



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Translate google-I would not be able to lift my legs so high

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Translate google-I would not be able to lift my legs so high


 I'm a grandad but I can still get my leg over 😚



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