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post #1 of 14 Old 02-08-2018, 12:21 PM Thread Starter
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anyone use acmemoto bags?

if so care to comment?

https://acmemoto2.com/cart/

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well looks like nobody has. Motorcycle Consumer News had a good report about them.

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They are more expensive than Givi Outback or Kappa. Personally I would not spend that much for plastic cases.

I think if I was going to buy another set of panniers they would be the LoneRider MotoBags.
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I do like their waxed canvas liners and bags but they are pricey
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I do like their waxed canvas liners and bags but they are pricey
Over $300 US for waxed canvas bags for my panniers, albeit really lovely kit. Or $40 CDN for a pair of SW Motech drybags. This was an easy call...
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never seen either before and i do like the way loneriders go flat when not needed but that price makes the top of the line mosko stuff which is pricey imho look better.
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mosko and lone riders looks interesting. I have givis. e21s, e41s and v35s. just collected over the years.

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Mosko Moto Reckless 80 will be me next set of luggage. I figure it will work great on my 650 with the Givi racks and transfer easily to my xr650 without the need for racks.
https://moskomoto.com/collections/mo...roduct_reviews
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Mosko Moto Reckless 80 will be me next set of luggage. I figure it will work great on my 650 with the Givi racks and transfer easily to my xr650 without the need for racks.
https://moskomoto.com/collections/mo...roduct_reviews
I actually have a set of racks for givi's for my dr 650 made by happy trails but they are heavy. currently I use Dirt-Bagz:|:| THE Original saddlebags for dirtbikes! but doing a search there is so much stuff to choose out there.

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I use Dirt-Bagz:|:| THE Original saddlebags for dirtbikes! but doing a search there is so much stuff to choose out there.

A couple guys I rode through Death Valley with had the Mosko gear on their BMWs. I was super impressed with the quality. Looking at the videos on the Mosko Moto website it appears they will function well without any racks. Many of the bags Iíve looked at donít seem that great without racks unless the bags are too small to be really useful for camping.
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