Just recieved my Saddlemen TS3200DE Tactical Deluxe Cruiser Tail Bag - Triumph Bobber Forum
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Just recieved my Saddlemen TS3200DE Tactical Deluxe Cruiser Tail Bag

I was looking for some sort of saddlebag/tail bag system that would work on the Bobber and i think i found the perfect bag it's the Saddlemen TS3200DE Tactical Deluxe Cruiser Tail Bag I purchased it from Revzilla (man i love that website!!) I will paste the link for the bag here https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...uiser-tail-bag. I did a lot of research looked at a few vids to get an idea of how it would look and how much it will hold. it arrived in Thailand today and my wife took some pictures of it sitting on the bike (I'm here in Iraq working) and it look like it will work perfectly with the luggage rack i have. looking forward to a long ride when i get home to Thailand and will make a video of it strapped down and packed with clothes
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That thing is HUGE! It does look like it'll be a great fit for long road trips.

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That thing is HUGE! It does look like it'll be a great fit for long road trips.
Ya it's what i'm looking for, something i can put 3 to 5 days worth of stuff in, i really liked the strap down system it has and can be unbuckled to take the bag off in a skinny second!
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Yeah, I think you could be on the road for a year with that thing plus room for souvenirs 👍😁
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I see some (Bobber) touring in your future.


That is one BIG bag!
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That's some serious piece of kit.

Let us know how it works out.

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I see some (Bobber) touring in your future.


That is one BIG bag!
It's really not that big, it looks way big in the pictures if you click on the revzilla link you can see in the video the guy holding it and it will put it into perspective.

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It's really not that big, it looks way big in the pictures if you click on the revzilla link you can see in the video the guy holding it and it will put it into perspective.
I know what you mean. Itís just the angle the photo was taken at and with no one on the bike - it looks bigger than it really is.
Itíll be a great companion for touring, thatís for sure...!

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certainly is a serious bag for some serious touring! Good option.
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[QUOTE=eisen77;170957]I know what you mean. Itís just the angle the photo was taken at and with no one on the bike - it looks bigger than it really is.
Itíll be a great companion for touring, thatís for sure...!

I put a lot of thought in this, I used to bungee cord a small backpack on to the rack and with strapping and unstrapping became a major hassle not to mention the scratches, this looks like it will hold all my gear plus the sides are expandable and i can strap stuff to the top (leather jacket when it gets hot) and it unbuckles from the tie downs! I want to ride the golden triangle and some other trips thru my adopted country of Thailand!

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