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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-01-2017, 05:33 PM Thread Starter
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WTB Luggage for luggage rack on GW1800

Looking for the luggage which fits on the luggage rack for our GW1800. I thought someone might have one to sell.
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-01-2017, 05:40 PM
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Something along this line : http://wingstuff.com/products/2351-k...?from_search=1

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I bought the Show Chrome version here and love it.
That way I have some room when the wife fills up all the other bags with her stuff.

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I bought the Show Chrome version here and love it.
That way I have some room when the wife fills up all the other bags with her stuff.
That's the one we have too. Works very well. My only suggestion is to spray the bottom of it liberally with something to waterproof it. The attached cover will keep the top dry, but in a good rain the bottom will get wet.

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That's the one we have too. Works very well. My only suggestion is to spray the bottom of it liberally with something to waterproof it. The attached cover will keep the top dry, but in a good rain the bottom will get wet.
Hmmm..... The Kuryakyn from WingStuff has a hard plastic base.
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The only comment about the Kury that I have is, not as large as the one that @NVSB4 posted or the one that I have now since 2010 and no issues. It also has the hard plastic base and we have never had anything get wet in it.

It's Wingstuff's tagged brand. Great Bag


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The only comment about the Kury that I have is, not as large as the one that @NVSB4 posted or the one that I have now since 2010 and no issues. It also has the hard plastic base and we have never had anything get wet in it.

It's Wingstuff's tagged brand. Great Bag


http://wingstuff.com/products/20281-...travel_luggage


My bad. I just checked and I also have the WingStuff bag. It came as set with the truck rack.


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Hmmm..... The Kuryakyn from WingStuff has a hard plastic base.

I guess that's why it's 'Deluxe'

Seriously, that sounds like a better option for the same money.

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In short, Bill , you can probably by your own from the selections new , versus a questionable used with shipping.


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Waldo, I've came to the same conclusion. There is one for sale on eBay which the seller wants more for it than I can buy new from Wingstuff. It was good to hear opinions regarding some of the options.


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In short, Bill , you can probably by your own from the selections new , versus a questionable used with shipping.


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