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Johney in MT
Comes with a very nice mounting hardware/kit. Velcro base plate and then the straps to hold the bag. Absolutely perfect mounting solution. There is a video of this bag on YOUTUBE also if you want to see how it works. I have it loaded with my tool roll bag, extra plug, and some other smaller items./ Not quite big enough for tire irons etc. No worries at all that it will come off. I would have to loose my rear fender to lose the bag! I am very likely going to purchase another to mount on my front fender just for a tube. It is that good! Good job guys!!Read All Reviews
don in OH
The last one got a hole in it, the tab on the zipper broke off, then the zipper snagged up and wouldn't close, or open. It did last two seasons before all that. This one seems to be made of a thinner vinyl rather than the cloth like nylon of the last one. Seems to be, as I tossed the old one before I got the new one to compare. I would gladly pay a couple dollars more for one made of a more durable nylon and a better zipper.Read All Reviews
MIKE in OR
I assumed that this was a tool pack that had a separate mounting plate that attached to the fender. I'm returning it since I found out the entire tool pack hard mounts to the fender and can't be removed. The pack is ill-sized to fit on the fender, way too big to fit on the back of my ktm 250xcw. So you want to use the tools and unfold this big tool pack, the flaps would hang down over edges of the rear fender and it seems like the tools would spill out on the ground. I'm going to pay a little more and get the Wolfman enduro tool bag that is removable. Like the previous poster said, the underside is NOT rubberized as they advertise. The mounting hardware was also missing.Read All Reviews
Hal in CO
I've never had much luck with these from any brand, but decided to give it another try since Wolfman makes some great stuff. However, after several attempts to tighten the straps sufficiently and keep it secure in rough terrain, no luck. Even tried using pliers to grab the straps and tighten. It seems the only way to keep one of these secure is to rivet or bolt the strap hooks to your fender. Good Luck!Read All Reviews