The World of Wolfman.

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by wolfmanluggage, Dec 4, 2013.

  1. StannisBaratheon

    StannisBaratheon Been here awhile

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    @wolfmanluggage Do you know when you'll have the Enduro Dry Saddle Bags back in stock?
  2. wolfmanluggage

    wolfmanluggage Been here awhile Super Supporter

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    Should have some in Amazon, RMATV, and our web site next week.
  3. Pete Behn

    Pete Behn Been here awhile

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    Hey Wolfman,

    I have one of your Blackhawk tank bags. I guess the velcro on my jacket has caught on the zipper pull (yellow) too many times, and it looks like it could break. I could not find the zipper pulls on your website. Are they available for purchase? Thanks. I love your products!

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  4. Bungholio

    Bungholio Long timer

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    You did what with the bottle holsters?
  5. wolfmanluggage

    wolfmanluggage Been here awhile Super Supporter

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    Pm with your address, we have a few.
    Woof!e
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  6. wolfmanluggage

    wolfmanluggage Been here awhile Super Supporter

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    Oops. I miss spoke about the Enduro Dry Saddles, they are in production and should be done by end of next week.
    So by late the following week they should be in inventory.
    Woof!e
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  7. Mr Head

    Mr Head Adventure Hippie Supporter

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    That did not thumb type well at all did it?

    I ordered and received a pair of bottle holders. They will attach to the tops of my hard luggage for this next trip. Eventually, they will live on a set of Rocky Mountain bags when I go smaller and lighter.
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  8. Bungholio

    Bungholio Long timer

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    That makes a bit more sense. :1drink
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  9. EastofErie

    EastofErie Adventurer

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    Just wanted to share a thumbs-up on the Wolfman Double Ended Renegade Duffel. I use it specifically for my ground cloth and tent.

    With the duffel attached on top of the Medium Expedition bag, and using quick release clips, I can pull up to a campsite, access the ground cloth and tent inside the duffel to start getting them set up without fussing with the rest of my stuff, and easily remove the duffel so I can get to the rest of my gear in other bags when ready. I bought the Wolfman Double Ended Renegade Duffel in January and just tried out this concept last weekend, and it went smoothly. When I get to a campsite at the end of a ride I’m usually tired and want to minimize complexity. The Wolfman Double Ended Renegade Duffel helps with that. Nice job!

    Here’s a photo of the setup I took upon returning home, for illustrative purposes.

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  10. Pete Behn

    Pete Behn Been here awhile

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    I want to send a huge Thank You to Wolfman for sending me the parts I needed for my tank bag. What a great company!
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  11. BigIron805

    BigIron805 Been here awhile

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    I just received my Wolfman Enduro tank bag. Very Happy. If I cut the excess off the mounting straps, will it fray? Should I melt the end of the strap that I cut? Buy strap keepers? Bag is perfect fit for a DR200.
  12. kojack06

    kojack06 Long timer

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    You can cut the ends if you want and melt the end to avoid fraying. I just roll the excess and take a small zip tie and zip tie it to the main strap.
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  13. jdubb75

    jdubb75 Vicarious Adventurer

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    ^^^This! My Wolfman Enduro is now on it's 3rd or 4th motorcycle. It would've sucked if I cut the straps to fit the first one and then wouldn't work on the others.
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  14. MEDIC-0372

    MEDIC-0372 Been here awhile

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    I would try not to cut.

    I use strap keepers...you can also use electrical tape or zip ties.
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  15. BigIron805

    BigIron805 Been here awhile

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    I found a strap keeper laying around so I am using that for now. Thanks.
  16. YJake

    YJake PAR Nation Supporter

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    @wolfmanluggage

    I’m planning to use a large 303 Rolie bag as a left saddlebag on my Triumph Scrambler.
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    I’m using this rack.
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    Does the bag come with what I need to mount it up to this rack, or is there some type of mounting kit that I need to purchase separately?

    Thanks,

    -Jake
  17. wolfmanluggage

    wolfmanluggage Been here awhile Super Supporter

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    Hi Jake.
    I'll be honest the 303 rolie bags were not designed to be used as saddle bags. There is no support for attaching to a side rack. I suggest the Expedition Dry Saddles as they are designed to be used with side racks.
    Woof!e
  18. YJake

    YJake PAR Nation Supporter

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    I understand, I’ll try to find somebody with a single bag from that set as the high pipes on the right side prohibit me from using a full set.

    -Jake
  19. Snake Oiler

    Snake Oiler If the world didn't suck, we would all fall off

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    Hey Woofie

    Is it possible to get a new wear pad for large Rolie, that attaches to the back of the bag by hook&loop?
  20. dbc

    dbc Adventurer

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    Any idea when the enduro tank bags will be back in stock?