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post #1 of 5 Old 05-03-2010, 07:54 PM Thread Starter
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Bagster tank cover

Somebody inquired about my tank cover, here's a few pictures. It is made by a company called Bagster from France, they make tank covers for all kinds of bikes. The cool thing about them is that all the covers they make have hooks on all 4 corners to attach a tank bag. They have a bunch of different bags to choose from that will fit all the bikes.
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Cool! I bought a tank bag from cyclegear, didn't want to take the time in the parking lot to figure out how to get the hooks under the tank. Used my body and the magnets to get it home, started messing with it, then realized it'd look stupid no matter which way I mounted it. I like the idea of the cover and the hooks where they are on the cover, saves a ton of BS!

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bag comes on and off in seconds, has a sleeve for your map and has shoulder straps/backpack

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Very nice! That tank bag doubles as a backpack I see. Which model is that? I was able to find the bags and covers at Rideaddict.com. Might have to swoop a set on the next payday.

And while on the topic of bags, anyone know a good saddlebag setup to match with an aftermarket exhaust on the 9er? Something with heatshields on the inner part.

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I believe the name of this bag is RIDER

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