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post #1 of 20 Old 08-01-2012, 09:28 PM Thread Starter
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Bag Liners for Adventure

Anyone know who makes bag liners for the Adventure bags? I'd like to be able to unlock the lids, grab the bags and go into the motel after a long ride without taking the cans off. I measured and went to many places but cannot find liners that fit. Yes, I did a Google search. Any help is appreciated.
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Anyone know who makes bag liners for the Adventure bags? I'd like to be able to unlock the lids, grab the bags and go into the motel after a long ride without taking the cans off. I measured and went to many places but cannot find liners that fit. Yes, I did a Google search. Any help is appreciated.
I'm pretty sure they are Trax boxes made by SW Motech, sold by Twisted Throttle. Twisted Throttle sells liners for these boxes.

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Ad-ven-ture: 1. an undertaking involving risk, unforeseeable danger, or unexpected excitement. 2. an exciting or remarkable experience. Trav-ell-er: 1. one who seeks to experience their world. 2. one who seeks to be immersed in other cultures.

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I used a regular ROOTS backpack in my Givi side bags on my trip. Easy to carry, lots of extra pockets and zippers etc.
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I'm need liners for mine also. I haven't found the exact luggage anywhere.

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Exact fit liners are the Trax, but they are pricey for what they are. I've seen them first hand and went with standard roll top stuff sacks instead.

They are all available from Twisted.

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What about a shoulder strap for the luggage?

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1) Measure the interiors of the boxes.

2) Hit the nearest Big Lots, Home Depot or Lowes store. Scan the rectangular soft tool bags. Pretty good chance you'll find something that fits well.

I found mine at Big Lots for $15 each. Fits like a glove, strong and came with a strap.

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take a look at RKA luggage. Nice company, nice peope.

I don't mind the going and I don't mind the stopping. I absolutely hate the stop and going.
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Had a few minutes to kill.

The $15 bag from Big Lots. Good, strong canvas with handles and a strap.
This holds clothes for a trip of whatever length, shower kit w/towel and a jet boil, coffee, etc.




Fits the small box perfect with 4 - 5" room to spare on top (or bottom if you so choose).
So of course the one for the bigger trax leaves even more room.


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Had a few minutes to kill.

The $15 bag from Big Lots. Good, strong canvas with handles and a strap.
This holds clothes for a trip of whatever length, shower kit w/towel and a jet boil, coffee, etc.




Fits the small box perfect with 4 - 5" room to spare on top (or bottom if you so choose).
So of course the one for the bigger trax leaves even more room.

Great find! Thanks for posting it.

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Ad-ven-ture: 1. an undertaking involving risk, unforeseeable danger, or unexpected excitement. 2. an exciting or remarkable experience. Trav-ell-er: 1. one who seeks to experience their world. 2. one who seeks to be immersed in other cultures.

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