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Finally got around to sorting my Kriega bag fixing solution... got to say I’m pretty chuffed with the results..

The bag is the Kriega US10:smile2:

First I cut all the loop straps and punched a hole in them


Then using a soldering iron I sealed the ends and the hole so they won’t fray.


Next was to fit the loops under the bolts holding the rack




Now it’s a piece of cake to just hook the straps through the loops and fit or remove the bag


Job done


 

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Finally got around to sorting my Kriega bag fixing solution... got to say I’m pretty chuffed with the results..

The bag is the Kriega US10:smile2:

First I cut all the loop straps and punched a hole in them


Then using a soldering iron I sealed the ends and the hole so they won’t fray.


Next was to fit the loops under the bolts holding the rack




Now it’s a piece of cake to just hook the straps through the loops and fit or remove the bag


Job done


Nicely done, sir! I have an assortment of Kriega bags and I love them.
 

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Enoch.


Yeah, I agree and for myself, that's another $50 I could better spend elsewhere, maybe on the Kriega bag straps.


As a consolation I do prefer your practical solution aesthetically, was just looking for an easy-out labour wise.
 
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