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04-25-2010 4:22 AM
roland5color
Re: Manual/ Tankbag

Check this bag out. It is three bags in one and holds a whole lot of stuff. It is a close out item so it is like have price. I purchased one and love it. You can easily fit two 2 liters of soda and still have plenty of room for other stuff in either the small or the big bag. Actually the small bag expands to almost the size of the big bag if you want. It also comes with a shoulder strap and built in back pack straps that are hidden in a lower compartment. All you do is unzip the lower compartment and they pop right out. In the description it states that it has a magnetic base but it doesnt. It comes with a strap mount. I know because I wanted a magnetic base so I order it but when it arrived it was a strap. I had to order a magnetic base from another field sheer bag to get what I wanted but for you it would work perfectly.

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04-25-2010 4:01 AM
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Manual/ Tankbag

Hi,
Recently bought an 06 fireblade, I'm lookin for a service manual and also cos I'm off to the Pyrennes in June I need a tankbag, I presume I' gonna need a strap on or velcro system, any recommendations???

Cheers

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