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Old 11-27-2012, 06:39 AM
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Nice job Dave.

Leave the beer behind and take a nice 2 litre cask of red instead, no cooling required and more "bang for buck" around the camp fire.
Bonza idea Ock......yep...that'll be the way to goI think I could still make some space for a 6 pack too
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Old 11-30-2012, 11:01 PM
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Anyway..there you have it....my Wee=strom with Wolfman expedition pannier saddlebags and rack system. I will say that the rack system feels very strong and sturdy.
Awesome! I think that you have talked me into getting this setup for my Strom. I am planning a large ride in Feb, so this setup would suit me well I think. I will definitely need something and the Wolfman seems like it is good quality.
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Old 12-01-2012, 12:45 AM
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Awesome! I think that you have talked me into getting this setup for my Strom. I am planning a large ride in Feb, so this setup would suit me well I think. I will definitely need something and the Wolfman seems like it is good quality.
Steve at AdventureMoto will look after you well Mr Aus.

I got some Mefo Explorer tyres, tubes, tyre levers and some other goodies for my KLE500 on Thursday.

I've added to the list of bits I'm going to order for the Wee now as well.
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Old 12-01-2012, 05:14 AM
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Yes..i would definately buy from Adventure moto again...love my new bags.

Mr Aus adventure.....if you do buy the same set up as mine, just bear in mind that theres no actual instructions to install the racks to your bike. The racks are made here in oz as apposed to the wolfman racks and use different mounting points to overseas stroms.
Let me know if you had issues with them.

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Yes..i would definately buy from Adventure moto again...love my new bags.

Mr Aus adventure.....if you do buy the same set up as mine, just bear in mind that theres no actual instructions to install the racks to your bike. The racks are made here in oz as apposed to the wolfman racks and use different mounting points to overseas stroms.
Let me know if you had issues with them.

Cheers

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Cool. Thanks for the tips Wobbly Boot. No instructions! Suits me fine as I consider it cheating to read them anyway....until I get so stuck that I have no option of course!

I will let you know if I do.

Thanks ockerstrom too. It is always good to get feedback from different sources on these sort of things. AdventureMoto's website looks good, but personal referrals always weigh heavily when it comes to dealing with unfamiliar businesses.
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