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post #1 of 3 Old Jul 7th, 2008, 3:13 pm Thread Starter
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Soft Luggage for the Hannigan?

Hi, everybody. I just joined the group. Picking up an '03 LT Hannigan trike next week and was going to buy some soft luggage for it. First "new" bike in 33 years (my trusty R90/6 is in the garage ready to go). Anyway, I'd appreciate any ideas about what fits best in the top case and the trunk of the Hannigan. It has the aux tank and the CD changer in the trunk already. Seems that none of the luggage makers make items for the Hannigan. So my wife and I will check out REI and Eddie Bauer to see what's available. Any other ideas?
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Re: Soft Luggage for the Hannigan?

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Hi, everybody. I just joined the group. Picking up an '03 LT Hannigan trike next week and was going to buy some soft luggage for it. First "new" bike in 33 years (my trusty R90/6 is in the garage ready to go). Anyway, I'd appreciate any ideas about what fits best in the top case and the trunk of the Hannigan. It has the aux tank and the CD changer in the trunk already. Seems that none of the luggage makers make items for the Hannigan. So my wife and I will check out REI and Eddie Bauer to see what's available. Any other ideas?
Thanks.
Two or three luggage companies offer fitted luggage for the K12LT top case but none that I am aware of offer it for the trunk. I use some older side case luggage in the trunk supplemented with small duffel bags.
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post #3 of 3 Old Aug 2nd, 2008, 2:04 am Thread Starter
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Re: Soft Luggage for the Hannigan?

Well, we found three pieces of soft luggage at REI that fit perfectly on top of our laptop in the Hannigan trunk. Wife's happy; clothes stayed neat and clean, and I got away for about $70 total.

Just put the first 3,000 miles on our new trike, and it was unbelievable how much interest it drew. Great trip, but you need a water vest if you're driving through southern Arizona.
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