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Luggage/bags straps ?

Post by Yoozy » Mon Jun 16, 2014 11:29 am

Chaps, I've got a big bag and a likkul bag. I've just got some 12"+ Rok straps for nailing the bigun onto the plate, but I want something to nail the little one on top of that and release quick so I can run up and get the penthouse cabin ont ferry. Something that'll stretch from 6" to 12" say.
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Re: Luggage/bags straps ?

Post by BradTaz » Mon Jun 16, 2014 3:35 pm

Nice manbags Yooz. Careful to put something rigid in the bottom. :shock:

I can guarantee that the lovely PU coating delaminates with just a touch of heat; and that money spent on waterproof bags is wasted when all of a sudden they are just bags coz they sagged and got cooked by the zorst gasses. First trip out and all. And I had a great view of it from behind on a mates RSVR, everytime I got close, he thought I was giving him the hurry up, and gave it even more berries. Fuggit.


Aaaaannywaaay, back on topic, these are staple touring fare down here amongst the convicts, and would be sure to impress your cosmopolitan continental friends:
http://www.andystrapz.com/products-deta ... 17&Level=1
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Post by Yoozy » Mon Jun 16, 2014 4:32 pm

I've had the zorst burning me bags on the Tuono before I discovered the Ventura tackle. These are going lengthways along the rack and back of the seat.
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Post by BradTaz » Mon Jun 16, 2014 4:45 pm

Ah, no pillions for you then! Lucky bugger.

Did you have a gander at the Andy Strapz on the link?
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Post by Yoozy » Mon Jun 16, 2014 4:48 pm

BradTaz wrote:Ah, no pillions for you then! Lucky bugger.

Did you have a gander at the Andy Strapz on the link?

Yeah mate, they seem to have all bases covered. Gunner have a butchers for some or similar when I get home.
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Post by BradTaz » Mon Jun 16, 2014 5:10 pm

Groovy. This lot are the Andy Strapz suppliers in Blighty -http://www.zenoverland.com/search/for/-/in/0/brand/7/

(I got nought to do with the company, but their products have done big miles amongst my touring associates who hold the gear in the highest regard)

like your new seat cover. smashing.
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Post by budgesrsv » Mon Jun 16, 2014 8:13 pm

Now if you had chosen the leather tasselled bags there wouldn't have been a problem with exhaust heat :lol: I found out the expensive way about the heat from the cans last year when I used a cargo net to strap two nice new micro fleeces in a poly bag to the rack and thrashed it back from Hawes :o Nicely melted when I got home.

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