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Old 12-25-2014, 06:05 AM   #1
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Question Coyote saddlebags fit on 950

I am considering the Giant Loop Coyote bag on a 950. I know the Great Basin is designed to fit the bigger bikes, and the Coyote for the smaller ones. I'm sure someone has put the Coyote on a 950/990......how did it workout?
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Old 12-25-2014, 09:08 AM   #2
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Great!

I also use a Mojavi for shorter local riding, adding a drybag for longer shorter trips. I have a Great Basin for longer longer trips.

This is a setup for a medium medium trip.


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Old 12-25-2014, 09:21 AM   #3
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Thanks! I have the Mojavi bags on my 500exc. Sounds like you've got the right idea, all sizes for all situations. I'll probably end up with one of each also, but for now the size of the Coyote would be enough.

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Great!

I also use a Mojavi for shorter local riding, adding a drybag for longer shorter trips. I have a Great Basin for longer longer trips.

This is a setup for a medium medium trip.


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Old 12-25-2014, 12:04 PM   #4
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I am always thinking of buying one. My worry is, when I see it on pictures, is that it seats quite forward on the seat and it touch your back especially while standing and seating while driving off road...

Can you comment?

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Old 12-25-2014, 12:13 PM   #5
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Hard to see, but the shape provides sufficient room for my lard ass- I move around a lot offroad. I probably have 90% of the seat available.

But I also have a coil of line and a Rotopax- if I was not carrying one/other I could easily move the Coyote rearward a few inches.
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I use a coyote with my super enduro. I was initially concerned that it would get in the way also. But I can pull it back far enough when attached to the rear rack that I don't even notice it back there.

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I got a coyote on my 990r adv.
I have the stock rack and had to cut the bag hooks down a bit to fit into the rack slots. Hooks in the rear slots.
Works perfect, I can still slide back for sandy tracks etc even with backpack on.
I have about 2" of the rack at the back to strap on a GL dry bag.
Only back thing is the coyote goes over the back of the seat by about 1.5" so I have to undo 1 side strap to fill up Rades tank.

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