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Hi TTR Legends!,

I'm thinking of getting one of these for my beloved bike (although it did spit me off last night!)

Is anyone using one of these?

Any thoughts?

http://www.wolfmanluggage.com/Tank/enduro_tank.html

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Brilliant bit of kit - essential in my view - wouldn't be without it! It takes all my tools, spare gloves etc so I no longer need a bumbag - and takes all the weight off my back biggrin

Shame you aren't in the UK coz I could have done you a deal on any Wolfman kit bought through Winding Roads wink

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Yes they do look good.

What sort of price are they?



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colin13846 wrote:

Yes they do look good.

What sort of price are they?


 See http://www.windingroads.co.uk/shop/product.php/7/wolfman-enduro-tank-bag



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Thanks Brian

Best price appears to be £68.50 from winding roads but on their ebay shop

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Wolfman-Luggage-Enduro-Tank-Bag-Trail-Off-Road-/150530730922?pt=UK_Motorcycle_Parts&hash=item230c54abaa

I may order one of these unless anyone knows of a better price!



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They do look great don't they, havent seen a bad review yet.
I reckon the price seems consistent over all the countries but I'm going to have to wait in Oz as they are out of stock for another week or so.
Will let you know when I get mine as to what I think of it.

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hi Juju ,
How did yup go with the wolf man tank bag? was thinking of buying one I see adventure moto have them in stock, how much did you buy if you don't mind me asking?
Thanks TT

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Hi TTpower, unfortunately I had to buy a new helmet instead, but it will be the very next purchase. I was going to get it through Adventure Moto anyway so their price is what I'll be paying. I reckon that it will be essential kit for the APC Rally (I'm jealous!)

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Hi, Has anyone here used www.adventuremoto.com.au ? I am about to order the tank bag but thought I would ask before I click the button.

Thank you

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Well, I called them and they seem nice so I just got the https://www.adventuremoto.com.au/product_info.php?products_id=43 It should be here on Mondaybiggrin



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This is what Matt has ordered

EnduroTank1.gif

From this LINKY THINGY

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Some pics of the new bag.biggrin

 









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yes they are epic. i have the tail bag also. very very very good products


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Certainly looks to be a class bit of kit. 

Certainly should be going by the price they charge.

I think I'll stick with my waterproof, plastic Tesco bag and bungees. 

Martyn



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Thanks for posting the pics, it's nice to see the fit on an actual TTR. I need something like that for the few things I would like to have on the trail. 

How is riding with it? Any other comments/issues?

I could have used the clear map pocket the other day.



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Hi TDVT,

Everyday riding I don't know it is there. I place my phone in the clear map pocket and then I know if I have missed a call. The straps are very long and once the bag is tight you just cut them to size. The bag has not moved at all on me, but if you have a look at the bottom photo you will see where the strap goes under the seat. I am worried that the strap will cut into the seat fabric and will place something under it. You can tie the bag to the frame but I think this looked neater. If you are worried about spilling fuel on the bag it is only a 2 second job to unclip the bag and move it. The reflective stripes are very bright at night.

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Hi Matt, how does it go when you stand up? Does it get in the way or do you just rest your goolies on it??? biggrin



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JuJu wrote:

Hi Matt, how does it go when you stand up? Does it get in the way or do you just rest your goolies on it??? biggrin


After a while you just don't notice it's there but I think, in my case, its a goolie rest wink 



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