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Old 10-21-2013, 05:13 PM   #1156
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Looking forward to seeing what you come up with!

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Just got to say Wow! Glad I stumbled on this vendor thread (although I think my bank account may be sadder)! I've been looking to do a couple of things to better organize/secure my camping gear etc as well as replace the disintegrating plastic OEM tool roll. Looks like if I can think of it and describe it with appropriate measurements - Brady can make it at a very high degree of quality and a very reasonable price! No more trying to guess if the bag I find on some site is going to fit on the bike like I want and hold what I want it to!

Thinking a custom tool roll; bags that will fit and secure nicely to the top of my pannier lids; a bag for my camp chair; and possibly a custom tail bag!

Am going to go home and start measuring!
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Old 10-30-2013, 04:03 PM   #1157
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Custom bags

Custom work looks great, PM sent with design spec's for bags to use with a Pelican case.
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Old 10-30-2013, 04:10 PM   #1158
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just received my 3 Storm liners for my GSA... wow !.. excellent quality and workmanship.. thank you Brady !
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Old 10-30-2013, 11:59 PM   #1159
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Just found your thread....

now I get to put my imagination to work!
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Old 10-31-2013, 09:25 AM   #1160
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You do some really nice work!

Do you do repairs too?

I melted my Motofiz tail bag with the tailpipe. Needs a new zipper and some new Cordura sewn in.

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Old 11-02-2013, 05:59 PM   #1161
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Bummer! At a bare minimum, I should be able to patch up the material. I would have to take a look at it to see if I could install a new zipper. Once you start taking some of those apart you open a huge can of worms trying to put them back together!

Shoot me a PM if you are still interested.

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You do some really nice work!

Do you do repairs too?

I melted my Motofiz tail bag with the tailpipe. Needs a new zipper and some new Cordura sewn in.

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Old 11-08-2013, 12:17 PM   #1162
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Have you ever made a bag for a Coleman Triton 2 burner camp stove?

I am trying to figure out if you did and still have the measurements?

Thanks

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Old 11-09-2013, 12:17 PM   #1163
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I don't recall ever having done a bag for that specific stove. If you have the dimensions, shoot them to me in a PM and we can go from there.

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Have you ever made a bag for a Coleman Triton 2 burner camp stove?

I am trying to figure out if you did and still have the measurements?

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Old 11-11-2013, 10:10 AM   #1164
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Here are some photos of my custom liner bag for an IM2600 (interior dimensions: 20" x 14" x 7.7").

I wanted something that would have double-sided openings, dual zippers, and a center divider so I could move dirty clothes to the other side as I traveled. This way, everything would still pack to the same dimensions.

The bag is orange on all sides...



...except for this one (just so I know which side is dirty/clean):



Looking inside, you can see the center, super thin nylon divider that can max out the space on either side or anywhere in between. The grommet allows for additional compression by pushing out excess air:



When not in use, it flattens down:



And folds up small for storage:



The only alternations I'll need are liner pockets so I can stiffen the entire bag up with plastic inserts. That's just my personal preference.

Brady really is the very best at what he does. Thanks again!
Just wanted to do a post-ride report and say that these the SIX bags (on three rental bikes) Brady made for my buddies and I performed perfectly for our ride this summer!

We were able to maximize the space in the IM2600s and minimize packing/loading time. Plus, the awesome bright orange and blue is hard to miss!

While they were all the same size, he made different specs for each of us: some with dual openings, D-rings, embroidery, etc. We really couldn't have found a more efficient way to carry and organize our stuff from Alaska to the Mexican border.

My actual bike has a pair of E360s on it, but I'm keeping my liner bags because they're just awesome. And I might just have to get some IM2600s the next time around...

Oh, I should also add that for the flight to AK, one of us saran wrapped the two bags together (check in); one of us duct-taped the two bags together (check in); and two of us each carried one on board.

Other than a little dirt on the bottoms, these bags still looked new after three weeks on the road.

Thanks again, Brady!

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Old 11-12-2013, 03:33 PM   #1165
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Thanks for the report! Looks like everyone is having fun!!

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Just wanted to do a post-ride report and say that these the SIX bags (on three rental bikes) Brady made for my buddies and I performed perfectly for our ride this summer!

We were able to maximize the space in the IM2600s and minimize packing/loading time. Plus, the awesome bright orange and blue is hard to miss!

While they were all the same size, he made different specs for each of us: some with dual openings, D-rings, embroidery, etc. We really couldn't have found a more efficient way to carry and organize our stuff from Alaska to the Mexican border.

My actual bike has a pair of E360s on it, but I'm keeping my liner bags because they're just awesome. And I might just have to get some IM2600s the next time around...

Oh, I should also add that for the flight to AK, one of us saran wrapped the two bags together (check in); one of us duct-taped the two bags together (check in); and two of us each carried one on board.

Other than a little dirt on the bottoms, these bags still looked new after three weeks on the road.

Thanks again, Brady!

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Old 11-12-2013, 10:04 PM   #1166
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Old 11-21-2013, 09:50 PM   #1167
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I have one of these -

http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=822894

as do hundreds of others here and on other sites.

I take my tool and adapter on long rides and would love a custom case for it. Maybe a modified tool roll type? The edges are sharp on one of the pieces so something reinforced where it contacts it would be needed.

I will send you needed dimensions.

You might get a lot of interest for one of these.

Thanks

PS my 2 tool tube bags are holding up great after over 10k of use (mostly trail)
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Old 11-21-2013, 11:57 PM   #1168
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You might get a lot of interest for one of these.
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Please put up pics when you receive it from Corrado.
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Old 11-22-2013, 09:52 AM   #1169
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That's a slick tool! Shouldn't be too tough to make up a pouch to carry it in. Shoot me over the dimensions and I'll take a look.

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I have one of these -

http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=822894

as do hundreds of others here and on other sites.

I take my tool and adapter on long rides and would love a custom case for it. Maybe a modified tool roll type? The edges are sharp on one of the pieces so something reinforced where it contacts it would be needed.

I will send you needed dimensions.

You might get a lot of interest for one of these.

Thanks

PS my 2 tool tube bags are holding up great after over 10k of use (mostly trail)
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Old 11-28-2013, 11:00 AM   #1170
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Returned from a 6 day 2200 miles trip last Friday and I thought I would let you know that the Pelican bag worked awesome! Fits really well and I'm glad I went with the side zipper. Love how I can grab the soft bag, pull it out of the hard case, and toss it in the tent with me.





The tool tube case works great as well.

Thanks again!
Can you make these same cases (with the side zipper) for a pair of Seahorse 720's?
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