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    REBECCAV
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    BMW bag liners

    I know that there are lots of sources for case liners, but does anyone know if BMW makes them?

    I've checked my favorite resources online and haven't found them.

    If they exist, can anyone comment on their quality?

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    Yes, BMW does make case liners. Not easy to find though. Check A&S, Sierra, Max, Bob's ( which also carry Kathy's case liners).

    Good luck.


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    I like the RKA ones for oilheads.

    RK Accessories in Santa Rosa, CA. They're beautifully made and have a sheet of plastic in them that give them shape, even while empty. They also fill the inside of the bag quite completely. The RS bags, as you know, are somewhat irregularly shaped.
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    I'm going to try the ones made by Cee Baileys. If they are as good as their windshields I'll be very satisfied.
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    Here's another vote for RKAs. Just stiff enough to have a little body, but not overly stiff (like the BMW ones). Just right.
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    I have to toss in my vote for the Helen2Wheels bag liners. Even though she is crazier than a sh*thouse rat,(said with much love) she does make some good stuff. I picked them up at the TOR rally this summer and have been using them every day on my commute. They make it VERY easy to just pop the case open, grab the liner handle and be on your way with your lunch and non-riding shoes...
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    Slowpoke & Proud of It! BRADFORDBENN's Avatar
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    I have a pair of H2W bag liners for my RT and they seem to work pretty well. My only complaint, one can over stuff them and then not be able to get them in to the system cases.
    -=Brad

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    Ditto for H2W, as well as her duffel bags.
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    REBECCAV
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudbug
    Yes, BMW does make case liners. Not easy to find though. Check A&S, Sierra, Max, Bob's ( which also carry Kathy's case liners).
    I did a search of the MAX BMW site last night and couldn't find them. I'm willing to invest a bit more time to try to find them, but then I'll look into alternatives.

    I couldn't find a site for RK Accessories by the way.

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    RKA can be found at www.rka-luggage.com

    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by M. Cohen
    RKA can be found at www.rka-luggage.com
    Michael
    Thanks Michael!

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    Liners

    I have Kathy's liners for my system cases - look good, well made, very functional. Heeeyahhhhhh!

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    Mudbug
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    Boxergrrlie:

    Look at Sierra BMW site [ http://www.sierrabmw.com/ ] for the BMW bag liners.
    I just did and found some listed.

    I prefer Kathy's. They are just as good and cheaper.

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    [QUOTE=Mudbug]Boxergrrlie:
    I just did and found some listed.
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    Finally! The elusive BMW bagliners! Thanks Mudbug.

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    A vote for RKA

    I still have the set of BMW liners I bought for my old '91 K100RS and they held up fine through 12 years and 160,000 miles. I retired the bike and they now ride in my wife's '94 K75S.
    I bought a set of RKA liners for my '03 GT and, after 20,000 miles, they're still like new and they cost about half as much as BMW liners. When it comes to customer service, I'm very impressed with the RKA folks. Escaping mosquito repellent turned the inside of the right bag liner's Velcro-on accessory pouch to disgusting goo last winter. I called RKA on the eve of the Spokane rally and they packed an extra pouch for me to pick up at the rally.
    Good people, good product.

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