Enduro Tail Packs

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by ScotchBonnet, Jan 18, 2013.

  1. ScotchBonnet

    ScotchBonnet Adventurer

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    I'm sure it will be on here somewhere (please link if you know) but can anyone advise a good tailpack for Enduro use for essential tools and levers etc.. Its for a KTM 250 EXC and would be on the bike for Hare Scrambles etc.. I have a bum bag but want to change as on more extreme going it rubs quite a bit. Something low profile. The Kriega US-5 looks good but is there anything else / better or is that a good option as their kit is great.
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  2. maquette

    maquette Been here awhile

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  3. teambft

    teambft teambft

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    Definitely Wolfman.

    But I also got one of these and have been also very happy with it:

    http://www.dirt-bike-gear.com/rfb.html

    In fact, I bolted it straight to my fender and its holding up real well in some aggressive riding.
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  4. Colemanfu

    Colemanfu King of all manfu

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    +1 for the Dirt-Bike-Gear stuff. Had one on my LC4 for 10 drama free years. So pleased with it's performance that I put one on my new bike (after adding a rack). Very stout piece. Zero movement when you sinch down the adjustable straps. Also has some points to add stuff on top or the side with an additional strap.
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    If ya look close you'll see the bottom 1/4 is made of some heavy duty material.
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  5. sailah

    sailah Lampin' it

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    +1^^^

    I had an issue with one of their bags and they sent another out no questions asked even before they had the old one. The bags are awesome, love mine on my husky
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  6. ScotchBonnet

    ScotchBonnet Adventurer

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    Thanks everyone, thats great!
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