Sold Ortlieb Dry Saddlebags

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  1. RideFreak

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    Here's a set of older model Ortlieb dry bags. I'd put the condition as 7/10, lot of life left in these. No tears or damaged straps. I bought this earlier this year and never ended up using them.

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  2. RideFreak

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    bump with a new price, $100 + shipping.
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    flexfoot Been here awhile

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    dpaolini Slow is smooth and smooth if fast

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    Are they rackless style and what is the capacity? Looking to use on a 701. Thanks.
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    Motorius Road trippin' Supporter

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    I’ll answer this for him as I have a set myself.

    If your bike has a way to keep them off the muffler they are ‘rackless’. I had a set on a G650GS that had no racks.

    The ‘insides’ (facing into the bike) of the bags are a hard plastic plate. Mine (and I expect these as well) have a softer flexible plastic in the bottoms of them.

    Basically toss them over a seat, and hook them down with the straps to some frame mounted point like rear foot pegs. Hook another strap around the back tail light area and you are good to go.

    Ballparking each bag is about 15” wide by 12” tall by 9-10” deep. This is not exact and only in the ‘hard’ area. I think you could overstuff them a bit.
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  7. RideFreak

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    Thanks Motorius, appreciate the assist.

    THese are great dry bags for someone on a budget. The newer stuff has more bells and whistles but these are a good set of basic bags. Much better quality then the new (less expensive) bags being shipped from china and they're universal, they'll fit anything from a WRR to a GSA.
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    Hell I have a set on my 75 Norton and Girlfriend has a set on her 71 BMW R50 /5 . They are indeed great bags and completely waterproof which can't be said for a lot of newer flashy type ones !
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    Ill take those please. PM incoming.
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    Sold to sims, thanks.
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