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MIKEL5469

Need some help,guys

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sup people, i need a little help from all u.I am looking for some kind of a small storage bag i can mount on my raptor,and it must be removeable for cleaning at the end of my rides.I would like to be able to carry things like a bottle of water,keys,my smokes and maybe a few other misc. items. Need one tht is waterproof,prolly made of nylon. Just need something that will be secure to the bike so i won't lose the bag or it's contents. I am having a hard time with this and i do not really want to carry a fanny pack or a back pack. Any help would be awesome or if u have pic's that would be good too. let me know what ur ideas are...Thanks :aargh:

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I've seen a few Can Am sport quads with a bag that mounts to the back of the seat, not sure exactly how they are mounted, but they look like a pretty good idea. They had Can Am printed on the bag so they must be an OEM product.

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ever thought about a six pack rack , then you can carry a small cooler to store your stuff.

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ever thought about a six pack rack , then you can carry a small cooler to store your stuff.

X2 on the six pack rack !! A lot of my buddys have the racks and carry there tool bags in them

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that would prolly work,but not to sure if i like the looks of them. a fender mount or a handle bar mount might be the ticket,but damn i don't want to look like i have a kids basket on it either....lol

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that would prolly work,but not to sure if i like the looks of them. a fender mount or a handle bar mount might be the ticket,but damn i don't want to look like i have a kids basket on it either....lol

And whats wrong with a basket on your handle bars:laugh: It shows class :yes:I`d run streamers if I could find some

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I'd be willing to bed you can rig most any motorcycle bag to work. There might be too much going on at the front handlebars tho. Maybe a small bag strapped down tight to the bar behind the seat?

google "sport atv bag" found a few tank mounted options, but that's about it. Couple of them actually look pretty decent.

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