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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by motostrano, Jan 31, 2011.
thanks. the deal is only for US bound Ground shipments.
Quick note. For locals (California, Bay Area), we have a huge stock of Wolfman Luggage on site for you to check out and we can even get your bike in and do some mock-up fittings of tank bags, saddle bags, tail bags etc. key before planning that multi-week journey with your pals out on the range.
For folks abroad, enjoy free shipping with your ADV discount, no sales tax and great prices on all Wolfman stuff.
Getting ready to head out on a trip and need a new tank bag for a 2010 GSA. Trying to decide between a Wolfman Rainier and a Wolfman Large Expedition. I can not find any photos of what the inside of the Expedition bag looks like or how it actually opens and closes other than the exterior compression straps you can see on the site photos. Does anyone have any experience and feedback with these bags on a GSA and would anyone have any interior photos for these bags? Thanks for the help.
here is a quick shot of the Expedition Large open and expanded
here is one of the Rainier
The Expedition is much more substantial. The Rainier is a good standard type of tank bag with lots of features.
Still time to get Wolfman to you for your upcoming Memorial rides. We keep a lot of Wolfman in stock for over nite shipping and locals can take advantage of our weekend hours. Come on in, get your bike fitted up.
Enjoy worldwide shipping for you 'out of towners'.
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Ordered and rec'd the bag -fits great on an '10 R1200GS!
Replaced an old Wunderlich - the "Wolf" is a product improvement.
w/ the wolfman expedition bags...is the inner plastic liner really needed?? Is it to protect the bag from pointy objects inside??? It makes jamming large items inside difficult as the plastic interferes..
I took mine out--they won't be going back in.
I really liked the Wolfman racks. I had an old used set of Dirtbagz and racks for my DRZ. I do not like the Dirtbagz racks for the WRR, especially since one of the DRZ ones broke at one of the mount points.
So, what to do. I bought the Wolfman racks for my WRR and will use the Dirtbagz Bags with them:
The bags can be held in basically the same position on the wolf racks as they would be with the dirtbagz rack. Instead of the metal loop that is on bag of dirtbagz rack and slides into a pocket on the rear of the bag, I will use a small cinch strap I'll make up. The clip and strap on the front of the bag, that pulls it tight, can hook on a hook that will be bolted onto the rear passenger mount bolt. The cross over weight bearing straps will still work as normal.
Do you have a recommendation of a tank bag for the new Triumph Tiger800XC?
Ideally, it wouldn't be huge, but not tiny either. Explorer Lite maybe? I like mounts that almost disappear when the bag isn't in use since it's not on the bike all the time. It's hard to tell if that can happen with Wolfman bags...
also, I like a big map case.
Changed my mind and ordered a peak tail bag just now. Im hoping I can receive by tues June 7. Can you check into it?
1st run with the wolfman large expedition dry duffel...
really digging it...
What is the best tank bag to fit on a 990 adventure? I'm thinking of either the Rainier or the Explorer Lite. Wolfman's website mentions that the Explorer Lite fits nicely between the gascaps. Does the Rainier interfere with access to the gascaps? thanks!
Im really biased to the Large Expedition tank bag honestly
but, the Rainier also fits well to your bike and is a fine bag as well.
One of our top selling Wolfman luggage items (after the water bottle holster) is their Expedition Dry Duffel
I just ordered the Wolfman Summit Bags for a GSX650F today. Looking forward to mounting them up.
Love Wolfman Motocycle Luggage
Interested in a Wolf Tail and wondering if anyone has tried to fit one of the bottle holsters to one in a reasonable way?
Yes, of course. The D-rings are very useful for installing these.