Wolfman New 2013 Products-The Rocky Mountain Saddle Bags

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  1. neduro

    neduro Addict Super Moderator

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    Those look awesome!

    I call BS. :lol3 :deal
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  2. wolfmanluggage

    wolfmanluggage Been here awhile

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    No it's true 1979-1984. All true!!:D
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  3. Canuman

    Canuman Crusty & Unobliging

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    I've got something like that LED system but far less expensive from Whitehorse Gear. I ride a KLR sometimes on extended tours, which makes me frugal. I'm not saying that the yellow bags are the ultimate solution in hi-viz. I'm saying that every bit helps.

    Every time we attempt to make things idiot-proof, we are blessed with a superior idiot.

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  4. neduro

    neduro Addict Super Moderator

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    I wasn't arguing you lived there, I was arguing you haven't grown up!
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  5. Herbivore63

    Herbivore63 Adventurer

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    The bags look great. What is the approximate weight per pair? Thanks...
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  6. AtlasExp

    AtlasExp beer me

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    I am ready to order!!!!:knary
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  7. bastimentos

    bastimentos Been here awhile

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    Which are the best suited dry bags you offer to be placed on top of the new RMSB's? Would it be your renegade dry duffle?

    Don't want anything bigger than the top of the RMSB's but big enough to be useful.
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  8. wolfmanluggage

    wolfmanluggage Been here awhile

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    So true, ask my kids!!!:rofl
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  9. wolfmanluggage

    wolfmanluggage Been here awhile

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    Dusty and I are at the Dealer Expo right now. Call on Monday to place an order.
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  10. Icecold Dan

    Icecold Dan Been here awhile

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    Perhaps I missed it but will these fit on my current Gen2 racks or is a new system required?
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  11. D-Train

    D-Train Dusty Wessels

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    I think you are asking how much the bags weigh unpacked...? We have not weighed them yet but the Expedition Dry Saddle Bags weigh 6 lbs so my guess would be around 10. I will get you an exact weight when I get back in the office:D
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  12. D-Train

    D-Train Dusty Wessels

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    I would not go much bigger than a Medium Rolie Bag. We have attached them top and they fit and work well:clap
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  13. D-Train

    D-Train Dusty Wessels

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    No new system needed...these will fit our current rack system:clap
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  14. onestop

    onestop Been here awhile

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    how much for the racks for a bmw f800 2010 and how much to send to nz
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  15. lightfighter

    lightfighter where does this go?

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    Ok. I still haven't decided between expeds and Rockies, but this whole "bigger" thing has me wondering... Why can I not buy a bottle holster for my 1.5 liter primus bottles??


    Hint


    Hint


    Beg plead


    Please?
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  16. D-Train

    D-Train Dusty Wessels

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    Send an email to frank@wolfmanluggage.com and he can get you a shipping quote...:D
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  17. D-Train

    D-Train Dusty Wessels

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    Thanks for the Hint:D We'll see what we can do...
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  18. lightfighter

    lightfighter where does this go?

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    :d
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  19. Axis

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    Hey. Thanks for all the info. I'm looking into soft bags but was curious, besides the dimensions, what are the main differences between the Rocky Mountains and the Expedition dry bags. Sounds like they're both waterproof, mount about the same, etc.

    I'm trying to make up my mind and can't seem to decide. Any help? Thanks. They look great from what I can tell.
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  20. D-Train

    D-Train Dusty Wessels

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    Good question! First off the Rocky Mountains are 32-35 liters and the Expeditions are 19-22 liters per side. Also the Rocky Mountains are made from a proprietary vinyl backed ballistic material which is really strong and 100% waterproof. You are correct they do mount the same and function the same for the most part...biggest difference is the size:D
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