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Old 12-24-2013, 11:33 AM   #16
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Thanks for all the great input.
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Old 12-29-2013, 05:33 PM   #17
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I'm about to change the name of my DRZ 400 to Wolfman. Actually, my bike doesn't have a name so maybe this is it. I just installed Wolfman side racks (so glad I got some of the last since they are not made anymore, very good quality), Wolfman Rotopax fuel kits on each side, Wolfman Dry Expedition bags, 4 Wolfman Fuel Holsters with Pimus fuel bottles, Wolfman small Expedition tank bag, 2 Wolfman medium Rollies for tank panniers with the mount harnesses. I need to install the IMS 4 gal tank before I assemble the tank panniers.

All top quality and look like they will do the job for years to come. They are well thought out with the adapting systems, harnesses and straps. Great job guys. It was between you and GL. After much due diligence, I think you guys have the more flexable and adaptive system.

I highly recommend these products. I will post some pics when it's completely fitted. Probably a month from now.
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Old 12-29-2013, 07:29 PM   #18
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Tank Bag

Wolfman, have any pictures of your tank bags on a BMW GSA? Hard to know how they will look on the bike just seeing the bag sitting there. Do any of your tank bag have Velcro to remove the bag, so you don't have to unclip it to fuel up?

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Old 12-29-2013, 08:06 PM   #19
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Wolfman, have any pictures of your tank bags on a BMW GSA? Hard to know how they will look on the bike just seeing the bag sitting there. Do any of your tank bag have Velcro to remove the bag, so you don't have to unclip it to fuel up?

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I'll look for images. We use side squeeze buckles as they last longer than Velcro for mounting.
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Old 12-29-2013, 08:24 PM   #20
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Does Wolfman offer a ADVrider discount,,,,,,,or did i miss that????????

Looking to get a new tailbag of some sorts


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Old 01-01-2014, 08:01 AM   #21
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Happy New Year!!!
2014-Ride Awesome!!!

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Old 01-06-2014, 12:36 PM   #22
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Wolfman with #1 in Dakar!!!

A few weeks ago I woke up to an amazing email:
"Urgent Request" Bags needed. it was from Cyril Despres!!
I made a custom bag that fits above the Headlight for a few needed items.
We overnighted the box of goodies to him in Andorra.
The image is dark but there is a Wolfman Logo Above the Headlight.
A True Honor for sure.
Go Cyril!!!
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Old 01-12-2014, 11:21 AM   #23
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Getting ready to order some bags to complete my 2011 DRZ 400S ADV set up. Gearing up for a CDR run this coming summer.

Currently;
Wolfman Original Racks
Teton Saddlebags
Enduro Tank Bag
Enduro Carry All
Enduro Tool Bag
Two Wolf Bottle Holders

Ordering;
Mini Beta Plus Rear Bag (Replacing my Enduro Duffel Bag)
The Hoops (Awesome Idea)
Enduro Fender Bag
Top Pocket (for my GS Rainier Tank Bag)

Now the question is, are the Rocky Mountain Bags worth the switch from my Tetons or would it be 'too much' additional weight and size?

Additionally, the Hoops states they must be removed when using other saddle bags (Tetons/Rocky Mountain) but is this really necessary? Being only 2 1/2 inches in width will the saddlebags not hang over them reasonably enough? I can see a problem on the exhaust side due to compressing against the muffler but I feel they should work at least on the left side.

Thanks Eric for great stuff




Oh, any 2014 ADV code would be appreciated before ordering this week. Thanks
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Old 01-14-2014, 07:36 AM   #24
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Getting ready to order some bags to complete my 2011 DRZ 400S ADV set up. Gearing up for a CDR run this coming summer.

Currently;
Wolfman Original Racks
Teton Saddlebags
Enduro Tank Bag
Enduro Carry All
Enduro Tool Bag
Two Wolf Bottle Holders

Ordering;
Mini Beta Plus Rear Bag (Replacing my Enduro Duffel Bag)
The Hoops (Awesome Idea)
Enduro Fender Bag
Top Pocket (for my GS Rainier Tank Bag)

Now the question is, are the Rocky Mountain Bags worth the switch from my Tetons or would it be 'too much' additional weight and size?

Additionally, the Hoops states they must be removed when using other saddle bags (Tetons/Rocky Mountain) but is this really necessary? Being only 2 1/2 inches in width will the saddlebags not hang over them reasonably enough? I can see a problem on the exhaust side due to compressing against the muffler but I feel they should work at least on the left side.

Thanks Eric for great stuff




Oh, any 2014 ADV code would be appreciated before ordering this week. Thanks
Hey MotoBoss,

Eric is out so I will help you out on this one. The Rocky Mountains are probably going to be too much for the DRZ. They are almost twice the size of the Tetons and if you fill them on that bike it may just be too much. However, if you have a big bike and you want one set of bags to do double duty, the Rocky Mountains are perfect and can compress down to a smaller load for the smaller bike...does that make sense?

As far as the hoops bag goes, we do recommend that they be removed, but we have seen people use them on the non-pipe side as you mention. Hope that helps, thanks for choosing Wolfman

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Old 01-16-2014, 04:32 PM   #25
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Hey MotoBoss,

Eric is out so I will help you out on this one. The Rocky Mountains are probably going to be too much for the DRZ. They are almost twice the size of the Tetons and if you fill them on that bike it may just be too much. However, if you have a big bike and you want one set of bags to do double duty, the Rocky Mountains are perfect and can compress down to a smaller load for the smaller bike...does that make sense?

As far as the hoops bag goes, we do recommend that they be removed, but we have seen people use them on the non-pipe side as you mention. Hope that helps, thanks for choosing Wolfman

Dusty
Thanks Dusty. I am kinda interested in the Rocky Mountain bags as I want to go to soft bags on my GS. Using them on the DRZ would be a plus but would be like bb's on a shoe box which was what I was afraid of. I'll stick with the Tetons and order the Mini Beta for a tent bag.

Order in

Let me ask, can the "over the seat straps' , on my Tetons be replaced with Velcro straps like on the Monarch Pass bags?

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Old 01-16-2014, 05:55 PM   #26
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MotoBoss,
Yes the Velcro straps will fit your Tetons!

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Old 01-19-2014, 02:03 PM   #27
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Hey, can one of your bottle holder thingys strap onto monarch pass bags without too much drama? I saw that it will on top, but I want it on the more useful side.

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Old 01-20-2014, 09:24 AM   #28
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Hey, can one of your bottle holder thingys strap onto monarch pass bags without too much drama? I saw that it will on top, but I want it on the more useful side.

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Truth, No. The Monarch Pass Saddlebags were not designed to have them on the side.

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Old 01-21-2014, 06:13 AM   #29
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Hey Wolfy,

How do you think the Rainier will fit my KTM640 ADV? Too big? I see it has removable components to adjust to type of ride, day trip or longer etc.
From what i read it will be ok, but wanted you opinion.
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Old 01-21-2014, 06:36 AM   #30
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Truth, No. The Monarch Pass Saddlebags were not designed to have them on the side.

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