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I'm looking around at bags to velcro/attach to the top of my 1800's rear Kury chrome luggage rack. They vary in price quite a bit. Quality seems hard to determine also. Anyone want to share their thoughts or expereinces with these type of bags? (I appreciate it)
 

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"T" bags makes some great ones--I have used them for many years-- and they have never given me any troubles---no broken zippers--- no seams comming apart-- no velcro failing-- they are just well made bags---- OH by the way ---- Ive never had one leak!!!
 

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+2 on the same bag Two Wheel & Joe in Calif have I put all of our rain gear & bike cover in it. Like Two Wheel said just be careful. I did buy the Star washers for the rack to support the extra weight. Good luck on your final decision.
 

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The dealership mechanic warned me about luggage racks and weight. He said way to many people load the luggage rack up and bingo a busted trunk lid. I don't know how true it is and all I have is his warning which sounded sincere. He went on to say you should keep the weight to no more then a couple of coats strapped to the rack if your intent on doing it.
 

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I'm looking around at bags to velcro/attach to the top of my 1800's rear Kury chrome luggage rack. They vary in price quite a bit. Quality seems hard to determine also. Anyone want to share their thoughts or expereinces with these type of bags? (I appreciate it)
I have the same bag with the "cheap" rack, both work well, I would be carefull about the amount of wieght you carry in it. I use mine for Rain Gear and that is about it.
 

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I am a parts associate at a honda dealership in Springdale, Ar. and just wanted to let you know that we have seen many overloaded trunk lids and the best way to prevent the cracking of the lids are the luggage rack risers. But to hopefully insure that we aren't capable of overloading the rack itself, we stock the kuryakyn luggage rack bag. It would be the safest way to be able to carry the appropriate amount of stuff without damage to the trunk lid.
Well this confirms what the Sunrise Honda bunch said. Basically jackets and rainwear even with the Kuryakyn rack. Still I think the rack looks good regardless.
 

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You'll have a nice ride up through the Catskills Lee. Wife & I went to Alex Bay the week after we bought our Wing 3 years ago. When we left there we went through the Adrirondacks, Lake Placid & down through the Catskills & Lake George really nice riding. You are going to enjoy when wife starts riding.
 
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