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Old 01-02-2019, 12:16 PM   #1
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SOLD - Wolfman Expedition Dry Saddle Bags, brand new

Here is the product page for this item.

These are top-quality rolltop saddlebags with a capacity of 19L per side. I believe if you roll them up properly they could go in a lake without getting the contents wet. They are ready to go around the world on a bike of your choice. Get ready for BARF-Baja etc etc.

They are designed to be mounted with basically any pannier rack out there, the manufacturer page linked above includes videos as well as the full specifications and a list of racks they have been confirmed to mount on.

If you search on ADVRider you will find people who have managed to mount them without racks. This is why I got them but they aren't really compatible with any of my bikes in that configuration on account of the exhaust location. You will need something with a low-mount pipe to do this, or just get creative with it.

They have zero miles, any nominal blemish is from my attempts at mounting. You are receiving a brand new product at a used price, what luck.

Included in the price of sale is Wolfman's Universal Saddlebag Strap kit which gives more flexibility in mounting.

MSRP on the bags plus the mounting kit is $380. Asking price is $290 plus I will give $5 to BARF.

Location is SF Mission, but I am pretty available right now and would consider reasonable delivery.



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I would totally buy these if I didn't already own 3 sets of them!
Best bags ever. Super versatile, rugged as all hell, every strap, buckle, clip, etc. is easily replaceable, and they are not only waterproof but siltproof, too! My entire bag was submerged in this siltbed from hell and there wasn't one speck of dust inside it. My bags have hit the ground more times than I care to admit and they're still in perfect condition.



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Thanks for the bump! Indeed wish I could figure out a way to mount these and keep them.
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don’t they require the wolf man pannier racks?
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don’t they require the wolf man pannier racks?
Nope, if you click the OP link to the product page it specifically says they work with virtually any rack, and provides a list of several specific racks they are known to accommodate.
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