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Moskomoto Reckless 80 turned up. Worth every cent, fits perfectly. Doesn’t move at all. I’ll be fine with one kidney......

 

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I'm dizzy now - I have spun them round for you all. biggrinbiggrinCubber

 



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I know you live the other side of the world, but did you have to post up upside downbiggrinbiggrinbiggrin

Nice bags thoughsmilesmilesmile



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Never mind the kidney, what about the arm and leg??
Looks good - a sort of holster system for easily removable luggage.


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Haha Steve - I should have made a down under joke! I was hoping Cubber might come to the rescue, thanks mate.

Mossproof - thats it, super easy to use, and only about 5mins to put on/off the bike if you want to take the whole thing off. You can tell its made by riders, works really well.


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Those bags look great- really made for the bike!
...what was the price please?


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RodYorkttr wrote:

Those bags look great- really made for the bike!
...what was the price please?


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RodYorkttr wrote:

Those bags look great- really made for the bike!
...what was the price please?


 Considering that the mail address is White Salmon , WA +8672 and that equates to USA, the web site of the firm advertises them as $524.99 which equates to £372.61 but presumably that is excluding post and packaging - I'll bet there's not much change from £400+

That equates to approximately an arm and a leg I reckon. biggrinbiggrinbiggrin

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Haha, yep one kidney and both arms.

$575 US delivered to Aus. About $700au all up. Seems expensive, once they arrive you can tell it’s money well spent. No rack, can throw it on my drz or ttr, super easy to live with etc. couldn’t recommend it more highly.

Someone just offered me an acerbis 22l tank as well for $250. The ttr adv setup is now complete.

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HI

that's a pretty good investment you now have gear for well into the future and it fits most bikes .

I drive 180km each way to work most days  on the Pacific highway (Taree -- Newcastle nsw )  and its surprising how many TTRs i see set up for touring , the other noticeable thing is  its looking like the smaller bikes are gaining a foot hold in the adventure bike space ,a move i made a lot of years ago biggrin



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Nice one leigh. When I get my tank brackets sorted out I will be heading down to tassie at some points. Well have to go for an adv ride.

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Leigh.
nice set up, what size rear tyre you running on that.


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110 or 100.

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Agree on it being a good investment, sometimes its worth buying the good stuff and buying it once.

Threshold - absolutely, anytime mate. Plenty to show you down here. Same goes for anyone else that stumbles across the ditch.

The tyre is a 110/100 Pirelli XC mid hard.



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