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Ajmboy

ATV Bags & ATV Luggage - What do you use?

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Ok, starting a new thread because there is a lot of new stuff out there. Thinking of getting a new soft ATV bag instead of the quadboss rear lounger trunk I have now. I used to have a soft bag on my king quad, but that was a while ago.

Now I've got my grizzly and the box on the rear rack, which is nice.

Please post if you are using a bag or box, what kind, and what you like about it. Thanks.

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I just saw this on amazon and it's not to bad for $36.49 if you don't have anything on your rear rack. 

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I use the OEM cargo boxes from Arctic Cat for my machine. Her Alterra does not have speedracks so I bought a deluxe ATV bag from Rocky Mountain ATV.

 

Mike

 

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Great thread/topic. I picked up the bag that @Ajmboy has on his Suzuki in the photo a while back. It’s good but everything I kept in there got thrown around. I bought a piece of foam and cut it to size and installed it. It was about 6 inches deep and I cut out the middle to keep things in order. Works ok. I like that Coleman one and that kwik tek that @quadmaniac has shown also. May have to give that a try. I also just bought this side bag from Kwik Tek ATVFB-MO, ATV Fender Pack (Mossy Oak)

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 I’m still waiting on it. Keep you posted! 

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Kolpin Matrix Seat Bag - Mossy Oak Breakup - 91150

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Take a look at this bad boy. Love it ! May have to pull the trigger on it. 

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On 1/22/2018 at 7:57 AM, Frank Angerano said:

Kolpin Matrix Seat Bag - Mossy Oak Breakup - 91150

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Take a look at this bad boy. Love it ! May have to pull the trigger on it. 

I like that bag, especially the cooler and the fact that it looks pretty sturdy and reinforced.

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