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Pannier Inners - Part 2 - 1200GS Adventure Topbox

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Pannier Inners - Part 2 - 1200GS Adventure Topbox

Post by DeonP on 19th April 2010, 21:55

I have just had 3 bags custom made for my 1200GS Adventure Topbox.
Would like to share this with my fellow club members.

The first bag is the largest for the inside of the topbox

Another view

Second bag is for the lid of the Topbox

Topbox lid bag open with inner pockets for storage

The last bag is mounted outside on top of the topbox


So what do you think ?
I think they are pretty well thought out, but will only know once I have toured with them
Off to Sabie this weekend, will let you know !
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Post by (PC)2E on 19th April 2010, 22:18

Yes please, let's have your feedback. Enjoy the trip
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Post by Chris on 20th April 2010, 12:07

DeonP this looks cool. It all looks nice and neat. Now you donít look like those other guys going north during Easter. Twisted Evil
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Post by Sias on 20th April 2010, 12:36

Looking good!
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Post by Marnus on 20th April 2010, 13:13

DeonP... do you think they can make the bags waterproof? Would be nice for the one on top. Also, how do you attach / fit the lid bag to the lid? And the price?
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Post by DeonP on 20th April 2010, 20:51

Marnus wrote:DeonP... do you think they can make the bags waterproof? Would be nice for the one on top. Also, how do you attach / fit the lid bag to the lid? And the price?

They make most of their items out of canvas as they are mainly 4X4 , buy I'm sure could make waterproof items as well. They are very willing.

The lid bag is attached with very strong velcro. Will test this weekend - still in the development stage

Price - very reasonable.
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Post by ShawnR on 21st April 2010, 08:29

Looks good Mr P.

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Post by Daleen on 21st April 2010, 10:30

Marnus wrote:DeonP... do you think they can make the bags waterproof? Would be nice for the one on top. Also, how do you attach / fit the lid bag to the lid? And the price?

We also had bags made by Jackalberry. You can choose from different types of fabric and some of the canvas is definitely waterproof. It has a little flap that folds over the zip to prevent water from leaking in. You have to however treat the seams with something like the wax you use on tents to keep that waterproof. We have tested these bags on our trip in December and our stuff was still pretty dry, even after about 2 hours of rain.
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