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    Question Drybags

    What drybag do you use when traveling? I’ve got a 2013, and my boyfriend has a 2018 goldwing. I’d like to get us each the same bag. Maybe….

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    I've had this exact case for 8 years now and it is rock solid, no leaks, nothing. Large carrying strap, 2 tie downs, buckle enclosures, plenty of room.

    https://www.partsvu.com/dry-pak-wate...xoCZXAQAvD_BwE
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    Quote Originally Posted by Femme6B View Post
    What drybag do you use when traveling? I’ve got a 2013, and my boyfriend has a 2018 goldwing. I’d like to get us each the same bag. Maybe….
    I just went to cycle gear and picked up a 40 liter dry duffle made by Reax, I haven't used it yet, and looks a little shoddy...although it was only about $80 so long as it gets me through Utah and Colorado in a few months I'll call it a good investment.
    Here is the link: https://www.cyclegear.com/accessorie...sku_id=1643869

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxfree4 View Post
    I've had this exact case for 8 years now and it is rock solid, no leaks, nothing. Large carrying strap, 2 tie downs, buckle enclosures, plenty of room.

    https://www.partsvu.com/dry-pak-wate...xoCZXAQAvD_BwE
    I have the exact same ome Mike has, but mine is black. It's a good bag and roomy. And more importantly, waterproof and very durable.


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    I have always put things that must stay dry in a plastic garbage bag. Always take extras with me for dirty clothes or leaky boots. Seems to work other then having a soaked canvas bag in the room over night.

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    2016 F6B Deluxe with goodies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Draxsr View Post
    How has that bag held up for you through some rough weather?

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    Thanks. I like the D rings on that Cycle Gear bag. I couldn’t really find the tie down points on the other bag. His bike has some challenges with tie down points, so that might be a issue the tie down pints on a 2018 might be a whole different thread.

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    I use Rok straps to tie my bag down, and anything else too... like a Playmate cooler



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    Quote Originally Posted by Femme6B View Post
    Thanks. I like the D rings on that Cycle Gear bag. I couldn’t really find the tie down points on the other bag. His bike has some challenges with tie down points, so that might be a issue the tie down pints on a 2018 might be a whole different thread.
    These are great and should fit both your bikes, definitely yours. I've been using these for years and it takes minutes to put them on. Even though it says "not F6B", why I don't know, they fit fine.

    http://www.bigbikeparts.com/template...&GroupGuid=118
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