Rear Rack bags

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diggerdogk9
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Re: Rear Rack bags

Post by diggerdogk9 » Mon Feb 16, 2015 5:02 pm

Next few bags have gone out today

Im just about to put my general zip order in, so will order some extras for the bags as they are chunky and not ones i normally use, which inturn keeps the price down for you all if you want a bag, big, 1/2 size, delux with pocket and cargo net (in the pipeline) or otherwise guys can you let me know Asap

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Adam
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arceye
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Re: Rear Rack bags

Post by arceye » Mon Feb 16, 2015 9:28 pm

Adam, if you are open to making different sizes ? ;)
I would like one 250mm x 250mm x 130mm to fit my homemade rack. Or roughly that size would be good. 8-)
No worries if you cant.
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Re: Rear Rack bags

Post by Tess Tickle » Sat Feb 21, 2015 12:09 pm

Great addition and more practical than gun case and panniers.
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diggerdogk9
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Re: Rear Rack bags

Post by diggerdogk9 » Sat Feb 21, 2015 8:59 pm

Just noted from your first pic if you can double the strap end back through the slide this will lock it in place
(it should finish pointing down) belt n braces and all ;)
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Re: Rear Rack bags

Post by Tess Tickle » Sun Feb 22, 2015 10:20 pm

diggerdogk9 wrote:Just noted from your first pic if you can double the strap end back through the slide this will lock it in place
(it should finish pointing down) belt n braces and all ;)
Thanks mate, I was a bit puzzled when I saw the buckles, and didn't figure it out t’ill I tried it on the rack. I must be getting pretty bad in my old age if I need installation instructions for a bag lol! Great product though, thank you very much.
Don't suppose you fancy a sideline making pillion seat pads for the MT :-)
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moscowjohn
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Re: Rear Rack bags

Post by moscowjohn » Wed Mar 16, 2016 8:06 am

Are you still making these Adam?....
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bth2bth2
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Re: Rear Rack bags

Post by bth2bth2 » Wed Mar 16, 2016 8:47 am

moscowjohn wrote:Are you still making these Adam?....
+ 1 on that
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Re: Rear Rack bags

Post by Andi_Archer » Wed Mar 16, 2016 11:52 am

Mr Shiney wrote:What about so e external pockets? I would be up for one with external pockets.
Oil,tubes,tyre inflator.......oh and for some multitool :roll: :lol: [these pockets could be internal the side mounted]

On a serious note maybe you could make a tank bra type bag ?
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Old Diggerdogk9
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Re: Rear Rack bags

Post by Old Diggerdogk9 » Mon Mar 21, 2016 2:41 pm

moscowjohn wrote:Are you still making these Adam?....
Yes Folks still making the bags and seat covers, as there all made to order and out of hours please allow upto 2 weeks from ordering however i try my hardest to turn them around in a week for you guys

To purley cut down on admin you can order directly online via link https://www.wildextreme.co.uk/collectio ... ccessories

Members of the forum are entitled to 20% off please drop me a PM for your discount code if you dont already have one.

Cheers Adam
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