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Terrance in KY
I used the irons to swap my tires to the K60 scouts. They worked quite well. The surface of the irons is roughwhich scratched my wheels a little. The bag is solid construction and holds a front and rear tube, would be nice if it had a little more room for a small pump too. I tried to put this on the front fender of my Gen2 KLR but it either hit the headlight fairing or looked like it would slide off. Iended up putting it on the luggage rack. Works great thereRead All Reviews
Doug in WA
As everyone notes, out of the box it's going to fail for single track riding. I have done several fender mounting systems. What works best is 1) Get hook and loop tape (velcro) from somewhere and stick the fuzzy part on your fender and the hook part on the bag. This keeps it from sliding around on your fender. 2) Secure the hook part onto the bag better. That means stitch it on, or in my case staple gun, then pound the staples over on the inside (we're talking a patch of velcro 3"x8 or 9") 3) Straps, preferably with metal buckles that wrap all the way around your fender and cinch the bag tight. Minimum of two straps. 4) Everything packed tightly inside. This thing will act like a rock polisher and toss everything around in there. I have tools in ziplocks, then rolled tight and wrapped with blue painters tape and then labeled with a sharpie what is inside the bag. Sockets, wrenches, chain tools, JB Weld, tire patch etc. each in a tight wrapped package. 5) Foam layer on the bottom, possibly also inside between layers to keep stuff from rubbing itself raw. Also, tool wraps that roll up can be used. Bottom line, that bag is going to be constantly, relentlessly tossed about on your rear fender, everything needs to be buttoned down tight or it will work itself loose and rub holes in it.Read All Reviews