Great deal! I'd love to see some deatail pics on how you guys actually fasten them to the RT.amarider said:
Don't have detailed pic's but just use a couple of Rok Straps. Here a couple of non-detailed pics on my 2004 RT and my 2008 FJR.4DSZR1 said:Great deal! I'd love to see some deatail pics on how you guys actually fasten them to the RT.
I like the dry bag from WHG, very tough, dry, and available in black. I recommend the 80L size for the added width. The attached cinch straps reduce the size to whatever is packed inside. I have a couple of them for longer rides, one for tent and sleeping bag, etc., another for rain gear, boots, etc.mwood7800 said:Need help finding a dry bag that will also be used as a drivers back rest on the rt, need something around 17w and 12in deep, thanks, Mike
must be black or silver, not yellow
Trojan said:amarider said:
+1 on this bag. I have toured over 30,000 miles with it and have loaned it out to others who have probably added another 30,000 miles or so. It still looks new and despite repeat overstuffing the zipper has held perfectly. One big advanage of this bag is the D rings. I have one Roc strap that routes under the rear rack to a D ring on each side of the bag and another on each side that loops from the D rings over the passenger pegs. The bag can be on and off the bike in 2 seconds, no need to undo anything, just stretch the straps and slip it off. BTW I always use Roc straps --- never a bungee except in an emergency.Lawrence_D said:I'm not sure if this is what you mean, but this is the bag I use on trips:
It's great! Holds a ton of stuff, waterproof and indestructible.
Here are some pics of it on the bike