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Tank Bag

Discussion in 'Parallel World (790/890)' started by 2whlin, May 3, 2020.

  1. 2whlin

    2whlin Been here awhile

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    looking for tank bag for 790R. Had the sw-motech quick release city on my 1290. love hate. liked the quick release and no straps to rub plastics etc
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  2. Hedonist222

    Hedonist222 Been here awhile

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    what did you hate about it?
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  3. Toddv

    Toddv Long timer

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    I just picked up the Enduristan 4S, fits very well on the bike and it's really well thought out and no rain covers to deal with.
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  4. CalamariKid

    CalamariKid Been here awhile Supporter

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    I use the Wolfman Enduro. It is on the small side and is the older non-waterproof style. The way I have it mounted it sits just behind the fuel cap, so it does not need to be removed for fueling.
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  5. RWJorg

    RWJorg Been here awhile

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    I have the Giant Loop Diablo - works like a charm, unzips to give me access to the fuel tank
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  6. 2whlin

    2whlin Been here awhile

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    main gripe was kill switch would hit the bag and kill the bike
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  7. ibgary

    ibgary Long timer

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    I have the Mosko Moto Nomad. A Wolfman bag and a larger generic bag. Although I like the MM the best I've pretty much quit using all of them. Guess I'm just not a tank bag guy.
    Wife put the Wolfman on her CB500X and refuses to take it off. The others are for sale. PM if interested.
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  8. Billyj7175

    Billyj7175 Been here awhile

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    I had a SW-Motech on my GSA and I loved it. Sturdy and easy to remove/install. They make a ring for the 790's but due to the direction that the fuel cap flips, you have to install the ring backwards.
    I went with a Mosko Moto Hood. It's a sturdy unit for sure, and is waterproof without the use of a rain fly. However, it's height does get in the way when standing and leaning forward. Good for road trips for sure.
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  9. kubcat

    kubcat Long timer Supporter

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    I have the GL Fandango, and I love the practicality of it, but its not waterproof, which is a real problem IMO, because I will never be bothered to stop and put the cover on. Another problem is that it has scuffed the tank plastics on my 790, so I have hesitated to put it back on this riding season. What have you done to protect your tank plastics from scratches and scuffs? Any great ideas?
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  10. TrailTrauma

    TrailTrauma Nemophilist

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    Clear 3M?
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  11. 2whlin

    2whlin Been here awhile

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    I kind of like the tank bag idea, quick access for storing a ball cap, face mask and a 45 magnum.
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  12. Anidemsaiasi

    Anidemsaiasi Adventurer

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    Enduristan 4x here

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  13. Daos_MR

    Daos_MR n00b

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    Enduristan Sandatorm 4H for me...super product, waterproof, fits all my needs so far. Easy access to fuel cap, just 2 quick release buckles to handle.

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  14. [Art]

    [Art] Been here awhile

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  15. Smashy

    Smashy Been here awhile

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  16. Billyj7175

    Billyj7175 Been here awhile

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    I don't have any experience with that tank bag, but I do have a Nelson Rigg tailbag and enduro saddlebags on my CRF250L. They are good quality for the money, although not as heavy made as Enduristan or Mosko. Returns with Revzilla are a snap, so if you don't like it, you can always send it back.
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  17. DustBuster

    DustBuster Adventurer

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  18. svneko

    svneko What?

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    I would want a waterproof simple bag but I got the MM Nomad. Its fiddly and complicated but works well. The clincher for me is the integrated hydration pack. Absolutely LOVE getting that off my back.
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  19. Toddv

    Toddv Long timer

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    I have a Nelson Rig Tailbag and it's pretty good kit. I do need to do something with the straps/buckles because they are constantly loosening up, especially off road. Maybe just some safety pins to hold them together.
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  20. zoo

    zoo Been here awhile

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    Went with the Tusk, was on sale at fortnine.ca.
    seems to work great, nice to find I can access the tank by un clipping only one of the front webbing clips. Fits great on the 790.
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