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Old 10-11-2013, 07:40 AM   #1
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Wolfman New 2014 Product-The Pawnee Plate

New for 2014 Wolfman is Going Universal.
Introducing our 2014 Pawnee Plate for RotoPax.



Pawnee Plate

Fuel or Water Container Mounting Kit (Containers Not Included)

The Pawnee National Grasslands stretch across northeastern Colorado. Chalk-white buttes rise from the wide, windswept prairie. Spring wildflowers color the landscape where deer and antelope graze and where hawks circle is the open sky. It’s an amazing place to visit for a sense of wide open solitude, for being a long way from anything. And a great place to be carrying extra fuel.

The Wolfman Pawnee Plate allows 1-gallon RotoPax fuel or water packs to be carried on many side racks. Use alone or with one of our rack-mounted saddlebags. Convert hard bag side racks to carry liquids and soft luggage in minutes. More fuel and water equals more exploring!

This plate fits most 16-18mm round tube side racks including:
· Hepco-Becker
· Touratech

Use with:
· Rocky Mountain Saddlebags
· Expedition Dry Saddlebags
· Monarch Pass Saddlebags
· Large Rolie Bags used as saddlebags

Carry 1-gallon RotoPax fuel or water pack, and soft luggage
Laser-cut and machined 3/16" Aluminum
Mounting hardware and detailed instructions

Note: Will NOT fit these side racks: Happy-Trails- Square Tube and SW Motech-Oval Tube

The Pawnee Plate is designed for use only with Wolfman soft luggage and is not to be used at the same time as hard bags.

Shown with Expedition Dry Saddle and Water on Exhaust Side

Rear View: Rocky Mountain Saddle Bags

Rear View: Expedition Dry Saddle Bags

Rear View: Monarch Pass Saddle Bags

Length: 13 ½” / 34.2cm
Height: 10 Ύ” / 27.3cm
Thick: 3/16” / 5mm
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Retail price: $154.99


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Old 10-11-2013, 11:45 AM   #2
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I like it

Now the bags won't look lopsided on single exhaust bikes.
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Old 10-11-2013, 01:00 PM   #3
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I like it

Now the bags won't look lopsided on single exhaust bikes.
Yeah, I have the "old" mounting version on my DR650 and the 1 gallon Rotopax fits nicely between the left bag and the Wolfman rack. Had to use the extra gallon a time or two!
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Old 10-11-2013, 08:26 PM   #4
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I just asked a similar question in your other thread but this looks like a option for those of us with racks that are contoured around an exhaust.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but couldn't this plate be used along with some extension piece at the top to make a flat side on racks that have contour for exhausts? Every considered making an adapter for this purpose?
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Old 03-04-2014, 08:08 AM   #5
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Any plans for an adapter for SW/Motech/Trax racks?
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