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Old 04-02-2013, 02:39 PM   #1
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Wolfman Luggage CRF250L Side Racks and Top Rack

Hello Everyone! Wolfman Luggage and Backroads Moto have teamed up to design the most versatile rack system on the market. The side racks and top rack featured in this thread fit the new 2013 Honda CRF250L. The versatility is unmatched allowing you to mount Wolfman’s 100% waterproof Expedition Dry Saddle Bags, Monarch Saddle Bags or Rocky Mountain Saddle Bags. You can also mount any flat back hard pannier using our “puck” style mounting system or a more permanent bolt on mounting system. The top rack also allows you to mount a 1 gallon fuel or water rotopax container and virtually all of our tail bags.











Don’t forget about all the other products Wolfman Luggage makes that fit the CRF250L very well. See our website for pricing and product details!
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Thanks everyone for looking and thanks again for supporting Wolfman Luggage!
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Old 04-16-2013, 01:58 PM   #2
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your "spam" onto the CRF250L owners thread appears to have been deleted...sad....your website has some SWEET products for CRF250L...their loss
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your "spam" onto the CRF250L owners thread appears to have been deleted...sad....your website has some SWEET products for CRF250L...their loss
Thanks for the compliment! I wondered... Darn I wasn't trying to be a spammer just passing some info... oh well Thanks anyway for looking
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Would you have a link to pix on attaching some small side loading Pelican or similar cases to your "loops" with "pucks"?
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Would you have a link to pix on attaching some small side loading Pelican or similar cases to your "loops" with "pucks"?
Here is for a standard flat back hard bag.
http://wolfmanluggage.com/images/fea...nstuctions.pdf

Here is for the Pelican 1430.
http://wolfmanluggage.com/images/fea...nstuctions.pdf

They are here on our website http://wolfmanluggage.com/index.cfm?...product_id=172 ...is this what you are referring to?
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Here is for a standard flat back hard bag.
http://wolfmanluggage.com/images/fea...nstuctions.pdf

Here is for the Pelican 1430.
http://wolfmanluggage.com/images/fea...nstuctions.pdf

They are here on our website http://wolfmanluggage.com/index.cfm?...product_id=172 ...is this what you are referring to?
Yup....that works...thanks
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Question Wolfman side racks on CRF250L

Can anyone please tell me the overall distance (metric or imperial) across the width of both side racks after fitting?

My Wolfman racks will take several weeks to get here and I'm planning the bags/cases.

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Old 03-01-2014, 06:24 AM   #8
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Go over to the CRF250 Owner's thread and inquire there. Wolfman had another shop make these racks, and they have discontinued making them or supporting them. The best you can do is inquire of someone who has them.."G19Tony" had a set of those racks...PM him...good luck
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Thanks!

Thanks, Ed@Ford. Tony replied immediately with the exact information I was after.
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