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Old 01-26-2013, 08:09 AM   #46
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Lots of pics of Siskiyou Panniers on various bikes here at this gallery:
http://giantloop.smugmug.com/Other/2...7482839_h6rxGN

Short answer: fits almost anything designed to carry a passenger.

Yamaha
Super Tenere
WR250
TW200

Triumph
Explorer
Tiger
Bonneville
Scramble

BMW
Seratao
F700
F800
scooter

Husqvarna
TR650 Terra + Strada

Suzuki
DR 650
DL 650
DR200
DRZ 400

Honda
CB500

Kawasaki
KLR 650
Versys
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HEY! I'll have you know my 690 Enduro R came with passenger foot rests...!



...damn, I can't even keep a straight face here...LMAO at passenger footrests on this bike...LOL
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Old 01-26-2013, 12:43 PM   #47
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Is the Mojave being revamped as well? I have noticed that they have also been on closeout...
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Old 01-27-2013, 01:35 PM   #48
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HEY! I'll have you know my 690 Enduro R came with passenger foot rests...!
Don't forget the fuel filler - hmmm...sure something could be worked out though.
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Old 01-28-2013, 07:48 AM   #49
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Is the Mojave being revamped as well? I have noticed that they have also been on closeout...
Interested in this info as well.
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Old 01-28-2013, 09:00 AM   #50
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Don't forget the fuel filler - hmmm...sure something could be worked out though.
The solution is to unstrap one side and move stuff around. Minor pita, but still a pita...
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Old 01-28-2013, 09:36 AM   #51
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Interested in this info as well.
Mojavi 2013 is also a revamped design.
It received the top adjustable fender hook straps. The previous fender hook strap was adjusted under the bag. It now has full width side pockets, instead of the narrowing taper towards the top, of the 2012 design. The final feature is the straps mounting the top pouch have been freed from the pouch, since they aren't sewn on, they can be removed when pouch is not in use, and used for any purpose.

edit to add:

OlafofOregon, thanks for posting those pics from our Siskiyou fitting mission! They will help answer a bunch of questions.

Sportsguy, I was out of commission when you first posted your Q. Glad Dustin could get you squared away with a width number. I had adjusted them for a bunch of bikes, including big bikes with pannier frames, but couldn't answer your dimensional question without also calling the boys at the GL office.
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Old 01-30-2013, 05:47 AM   #52
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Does the 2013 Great Basin come with stuff sacks or are they optional? Does it still have the internal pouch and bottle holders? When will it be available in the US? Thanks in advance.


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Old 01-30-2013, 11:17 AM   #53
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Don't forget the fuel filler - hmmm...sure something could be worked out though.
Here's what our friend Kurt does on his KTM 690:
http://giantloopmoto.blogspot.com/20...otorcycle.html
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Old 01-30-2013, 11:24 AM   #54
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Passenger Pegs vs. No Passenger Pegs

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HEY! I'll have you know my 690 Enduro R came with passenger foot rests...!



...damn, I can't even keep a straight face here...LMAO at passenger footrests on this bike...LOL
Passenger pegs vs. no passenger pegs is one of the basic differences between the saddlebags in our line.

Designed for bikes with passenger pegs:
Siskiyou Panniers
Great Basin Saddlebag

Designed for bikes without passenger pegs:
Coyote Saddlebag
MoJavi Saddlebag

Of course, many riders mod their own mounting points on bikes without passenger pegs to fit GL's larger bags (like the KTM 690 without the optional factory passenger pegs), and the smaller enduro bike bags are also mounted on bigger adventure bikes.
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Old 01-30-2013, 11:28 AM   #55
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Does the 2013 Great Basin come with stuff sacks or are they optional? Does it still have the internal pouch and bottle holders? When will it be available in the US? Thanks in advance.


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2013 Great Basin Saddlebags start shipping on February 1. Stuff Sacks are now optional, along with Dry Pods. After many, many customer requests, we have removed everything except the Hot Springs Heat Shield from the Great Basin and Coyote Saddlebags, resulting in a more flexible and customizable packing platform - and a lower entry price (MSRP $399)!
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Old 01-30-2013, 11:42 AM   #56
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I picked up a previous gen Coyote and the new inner dry bags.
Both are sweet and perfect for my setup on the rear seat!!!

As per everything GL makes these dry bags are top shelf and fit in the Coyote like a glove. They are a must have to keep your gear 100% dry. They are fully taped and designed like the best dry bags out there but fitted to the Coyote.









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Old 01-30-2013, 11:54 AM   #57
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As always the GL goes that extra step and the base Coyote has all you need.

I just went the extra step with the dry bags for the ultimate dry solution.
The extra price I paid was absolutely worth it.
I'll still seam seal the Coyote too as I want no leaks what so ever!

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Old 01-30-2013, 11:56 AM   #58
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This is how i roll but with a new gray bag.
The look will be perfect low key and secure for my bike.
I use the 2 center straps to connect to the front edge of my rear rack.

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Old 01-30-2013, 12:00 PM   #59
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that's some great insight Harold.

Quote:
Originally Posted by OlafofOregon View Post
Passenger pegs vs. no passenger pegs is one of the basic differences between the saddlebags in our line.

Designed for bikes with passenger pegs:
Siskiyou Panniers
Great Basin Saddlebag

Designed for bikes without passenger pegs:
Coyote Saddlebag
MoJavi Saddlebag

Of course, many riders mod their own mounting points on bikes without passenger pegs to fit GL's larger bags (like the KTM 690 without the optional factory passenger pegs), and the smaller enduro bike bags are also mounted on bigger adventure bikes.
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Old 01-30-2013, 12:45 PM   #60
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Here's what our friend Kurt does on his KTM 690:
http://giantloopmoto.blogspot.com/20...otorcycle.html
Yes good video although I am referring to the Siskiyou's on the 690.
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