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See a lot of ideas for luggage for TTR's but none for a Raid. Has anyone bought some that fits nicely without melting on the exhaust or stopping you reaching the bars?

Pics would be nice. 

 

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Not sure there is any difference between the Raid in that apsect.

I would like to be proved wrong though.

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The Raid side panels and grab handles are quite different to the OE so I am guessing Raid racks might use different mounting points.

I have a Raid frame and an OE rack so might try it tomorrow to see if it fits.

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Hi Spud,

I have had some success using Wolfman Luggage systems I found on www.adventuremoto.com.au I bought the enduro saddlebags and duffel so that I can carry enough gear but can also take it all off just by releasing a few straps.

Wolfman have some great gear.

https://www.adventuremoto.com.au/product_info.php?cPath=62_45&products_id=1564

 



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Hi Spud,

 

I thought I would throw the bags on the bike last night and pop off a couple of bad photos for you.

 

 

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TTRfan wrote:

The Raid side panels and grab handles are quite different to the OE so I am guessing Raid racks might use different mounting points.

I have a Raid frame and an OE rack so might try it tomorrow to see if it fits.

Brian


 Please report your findings.

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Thanks for the pics but they don't look like they hold alot. Would you say you could go camping with them, even if you travelled light?

I won't ask about the manequin.

 

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I can't be bothered explaining the mannequins, just know that it is not suss!!

Combined with a backpack There is enough room for the emergency tools, food, clothes and a small gas cooker, tie a swag to the back and you are sorted. This is just a basic set, you can also get bottle holders, tank bags, fender bags and larger waterproof bags. Something to note is that you should shorten the straps so they don't end up where they don't belong and only pack light gear over the exhaust.

When you get some time jump to this website and check out the range.

http://www.wolfmanluggage.com/ /

Good luck.



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