If you have one of those "magic carpets" kicking around, that the kids won't miss, measure the inside diameter (so to speak) of the bag and cut an (approximately) 8" slice of it about 2" longer than said diameter. Fit it inside the bag and when you have a support wall that fits, mark, remove and staple or rivet it. That should hold er up:thumbup:.I have an old Tour Master tank bag which I finally have decided to improve. Its problems are sifting on the tank and slumping (sometimes "over") when the bag is not completely packed. I have modified the strapping system from 3 to 4 straps which should solve the former problem of sifting. Now, I am soliciting ideas for the latter problem. Any ideas for (readily available) materials which will keep my relatively high (7 - 8") bag sitting straight on my tank?
I know that there are some innovative ideas out there. Thanks in advance.