Wolfman Luggage

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by motostrano, Jan 31, 2011.

  1. jglow

    jglow Two wheeled traveler

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    Joe,

    Placed an order a few days ago for Wolfman Expedition Dry Saddlebags, racks, and tank bag (along with other misc. items). I didn't realize you were on ADV, you just came up at the top of my google search while I was shopping prices. Anyhow, your prices are great and I can't wait to get the bags mounted up (and now that I know, I will be using that "advrider" code for my next order:evil).

    jordan
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  2. motostrano

    motostrano Supermotoman

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    Awsome. Thanks!

    we've been moving a lot of Wolfman lately. Trying to keep our inventory under control too.


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  3. DougZ73

    DougZ73 Fading off.........

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    I had just ordered a set of the Enduro rear tail bag straps, for use with my alfa-beta bag, that I just bought. I ordered that(straps) and a new harness for my enduro tank bag, directly from Wolfman.

    Maybe Eric can answer better, but the alfa-beta bag and the enduro tail bag are at the same price point, but the enduro comes with the mounting straps and a rain cover. I wondered why the alfa-beta bag did not come with these??

    I ordered the alfa-beta bag over the enduro one, just for the width. The alfa-beta bag is 20" wide wihile the enduro was 16". I needed the width for my sleeping pad, which is 20" wide. I did not want to bend it in half.
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  4. motostrano

    motostrano Supermotoman

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    I'm wondering too Doug. I'll check it out and let you know this week.

    Joe
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  5. farmerjohn

    farmerjohn n00b

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    Joe

    Looking at ordering the Wolfman Expedition side racks from your site. I have a 2002 DRZ400S. Your site only identifies model years 2005--2010. Do all model years of the DRZ400S have the same mounting points? Will the 2005 model year racks fit on my 2002 model?

    Thanks for your help.
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  6. motostrano

    motostrano Supermotoman

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    Thanks John

    Yes, the are the same rack. Our date range was a little narrow online and I've adjusted that now.

    You're good to go.

    Joe
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  7. _RZ_

    _RZ_ Peace, Love & a .45

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    Doing my part to keep your inventory down - received my wolfman e-10 bags today & mounting them on the SXC was a breeze!

    They're a little roomier than I expected & fit the bike very well.

    Thanks!
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  8. orco59

    orco59 Adventurer

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    thanks for the quick response about my quickly delivered tank bag.
    great honest service, I'll be back. :clap
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  9. motostrano

    motostrano Supermotoman

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    You got it!

    Joe
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  10. DougZ73

    DougZ73 Fading off.........

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    Guess we never got an answer as to why the Alfa-Beta bag does not come with the straps like the Enduro bag does? In any case, I bought them anyway, and mounted some eye-bolts to use them on my Tonns rear rack, for my DRZ. They are gonna work out perfectly. Now just waiting for the weather to be warm enough for camping. :D

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  11. motostrano

    motostrano Supermotoman

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    Doug

    I thought I had posted this, but, you hit the nail on the head in your last note.
    The Alfa-Beta is larger than the enduro, so same price point, minus straps. And the A/B is sold as a duffel, so more easily thrown around off the bike.

    Hope this makes sense.

    Thanks!

    Joe
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  12. Blizzard Beast

    Blizzard Beast Been here awhile

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    Still waiting for the shipment.It got to Delhi on the 4th of this month.UPS handed it over to the local agents who messed up a little.Its been sorted out now and I should get it in a couple of days.
    I've paid 90$ as import duty.
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  13. motostrano

    motostrano Supermotoman

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    Good to know! I was going to drop you a note and see if it had showed up yet. $90's a lot of duty, I suppose, but to be expected for this kind of stuff.

    Drop me a note when you get your gear.

    Cheers,

    Joe


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  14. Blizzard Beast

    Blizzard Beast Been here awhile

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    Its a heck of a lot.In fact this was the reason I was trying to get the cheapest possible shipping.Thank you for keeping the shipping cost manageable.
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  15. Snr Moment

    Snr Moment Unafarkler

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    I was finally able to take my new Wolfie gear out for a ride today. Light & tight and the Bottle Holsters held up perfectly.

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    Toting around an extra gallon of fuel down low where it belongs.

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  16. motostrano

    motostrano Supermotoman

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    well, I tell you what. last month we shipped to India, to Japan, Australia, Saudi Arabia, Chile, Canada, Russia, Azerbaijan, Sweden, various parts of the United States and New Zealand. Everyone complains about those duty and other stuff. Unavoidable unfortunately.

    JOE
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  17. motostrano

    motostrano Supermotoman

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    Thanks for the shots. Your bike looks great. Quite burly too.

    Joe
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  18. Blizzard Beast

    Blizzard Beast Been here awhile

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    Guess what the courier guy brought in this evening.:clap

    By the time I finished installing the bags,it was dark.

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    Joe, the tag says " for wolfman racks".So I am not sure if they're throw-over type.But Hey,I am not complaining.There are many places on the enfield's frame where I can put the metal d ring straps.An example below:
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    It was getting late so I had to put up the duffel hastily:
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    I'll be posting better pictures in a few days.Right now I just can't stop smiling.:1drink
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  19. motostrano

    motostrano Supermotoman

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    good stuff. i see you gave her a bath for this photo shoot!
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  20. Blizzard Beast

    Blizzard Beast Been here awhile

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    :lol3
    It could be cleaner.Lots of dust sitting on it.But yeah,clean if you compare it to the pic I sent you.

    Question: How well would these bags take a crash on asphalt?
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