Giantloop™ Saddlebag

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by wachs, Sep 2, 2008.

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  1. brad21

    brad21 We have a pool... and a pond.

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    Mine's ready for a sand dune torture test the end of the week! Will post pics.

    I can't wait to just carry water and nothing else on my back. :beer
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  2. DirtRideRoader

    DirtRideRoader Armed and Dangerous

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    Quick question. Or two maybe.

    So the bag bolts to the plastic. After the bolts are installed, do you have to unbolt it to remove or does it attach to the hardware somehow.

    Next, I thought I read somewhere about you installing one on a KTM 690 enduro. Does it contact the muffler in anyway? If so, will it withstand the heat? Next, can you still get to the gas cap?
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  3. firetigerr

    firetigerr Northwest

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    Hey Wachs, Looks great, getting ready to order a bag and I was wondering how many compartments are on the bag? Or is it continuous across the whole thing? Thanks, looking forward to mounting this on my XRL.
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  4. trailtrick

    trailtrick goat trail rider

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    i got the bags friday ,i install it in my 690 with out drill any holes ,and took to Wachs today and going to send some pictures to him tomorrow ,greath set up and soon with quick disconect system :clap
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  5. jimmex

    jimmex Guero con moto

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    I just got back from another epic off-road Mexico adventure and the Giantloop bag performed flawlessly. It carried just enough stuff and during really hard riding you could not even tell it was there. It was that good.
    Jimmy
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  6. Yzlvr

    Yzlvr Been here awhile

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    Any word on the KTM 990 setup?
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  7. PackMule

    PackMule love what you do Super Moderator

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    What are the chances that the KTM setup will also fit the gs800? I can see the side fuel fill potentially being an issue.




    (Yeah, I'm waiting to see which bike I should get the GL for.)
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  8. DownDirty

    DownDirty Learnin the hard way.

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    I will be getting one of these and running it on my naked 08 KLR. Already removed the table top (rack) and can't wait to see it on there! Not worried about it fitting, I know it will work GREAT!!! :D
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  9. je2000

    je2000 Adventurer

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    That's a KLX250, not KLR. Looks like the 07 model. Thanks for the confirmation though! 09's have no rack so I should be set!
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  10. Flyin Brian

    Flyin Brian Been here awhile

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    Hey! There's my bike! I totally forgot you took pictures Dave.
    Shameless bump for a great product!
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  11. MojaveSidecar

    MojaveSidecar Been here awhile

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    I've been getting my DRZ ready for 1-2 day runs in the Mojave/ San Bernardino Mt areas and was looking for a lightweight storage system.

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    I was planning to go with a second mounting kit for the Dirtbagz Rangers that I use with my KLR, but this seems like a better solution.

    Do you have a setup for DRZ400s in stock?

    Any plans for a Christmas sale? :evil

    TTFN

    Randy from Burbank

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  12. canoli

    canoli human

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    Would this thing fit an XT225?
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  13. ACK HP2

    ACK HP2 Been here awhile

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    Great looking product, function and design. Hoping to see an HP2 version. Anything lite-weight and low slung is an advatage on these BMW's.
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  14. Mudwiz

    Mudwiz Adventurer

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    Looking to get one shipped over asap, happy christmas to me!

    Nice job gents.

    :D.
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  15. Mr. Fisherman

    Mr. Fisherman PROUD 2B Riff Raff!

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    back to the top... while I consider taking the hard bags off of Fugly...
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  16. Backwoods Boogie

    Backwoods Boogie High Desert, High Mileage

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    Installed Giant Loop Saddle bag on the 650L. :thumb

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    Thanks Wachs!
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  17. fullmonte

    fullmonte Reformed Kneedragger

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    Look on page 19 in the New Ideas section of the January, 2009 issue of Cycle World.
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  18. bump

    bump COLOR ME GONE

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    Wife got me one for xmas. The quality is there. I'm stoked to have it. Will have some pics to show soon installed on BRP.

    Thanks for the T-shirt and the fast shipping!
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  19. Bonnie & Clyde

    Bonnie & Clyde Wishing I was riding RTW

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    Need one for the HP2 please:wave
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  20. killurtv

    killurtv free range moron

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    model for the KTM 990 soon? I hope.
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