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Thread: Securing gear over the rear RT seat.

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    Kool Aid Dispenser! jimvonbaden's Avatar
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    Originally posted by RT RANDY
    The saddle bags stay at home unless I'm spending the night somewhere so if they're on the bike,they have stuff in them. Hard to believe you can fit a large helmet in there unless you're one of those people who can go under water wearing chains and a straight jacket and come up two minutes later untied.
    They really do fit. And if you saw me, you would know I am not a small person, nor particularly flexible.

    I live in a 1 bedroom apartment, so my space is limited. I leave my saddle bags on the bike always, and don't use my tank bag unless I am taking a trip and need the room.

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    Originally posted by Cuervo
    Maybe not directly answering your question, but something to consider for the future is Mag's Bags, which cover the rear seat and drop down to the luggage on either side.

    http://www.magsbags.com/journeybag.html
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    I like this approach! How does this fasten to the bike?
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    Originally posted by oldcarkook
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    I like this approach! How does this fasten to the bike?
    Sweet! I am all over it!

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    Attaches with a large assortment of straps to fit just about anything.

    At the bottom of the page is a link showing some pictures of a Journeybag on a HD.
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