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Old 04-18-2013, 09:34 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by enduroprofi View Post
Hi Aaronc,

I had Globescout 2x35 lt pannier and 45 lt topbox

It's excellent shape, looks very nice and high quality
Very stronger, very flashy

Topbox can fit a helmet and some little etc.
Side pannier can fit a your jacket but I'm not sure for your laptop bag

There is some information here

unfortunately don't fit for your laptop bag
maybe change your laptop bag
Looks good indeed.
And maybe you're right. will be easier to find a different bag than to find a topcase.

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Old 04-18-2013, 09:50 AM   #17
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ktm/gobi case

if you are going to be putting your helmet and jacket inside the case id go for a bigger case than the gobi. But i have just put my jacket in the case and locked my helmet on my bike. but if you need to keep it out of the weather then id say something bigger for sure.

i have fit my helmet inside, but that was it. arai xd

but other than that it is a great case. the bars on top make it so you can strap stuff on top and still have room for a passenger. and the back rest option is nice for that too.

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Old 04-18-2013, 06:17 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by tfitch03 View Post
$45 for the case and $50 for the Hepco Becker Latch. Riveted the two together and I have a lockable quick release system. (my bike came with the mount HB mount)
This. Cheap and good quality. I don't have the quick release latch, so mine was even more affordable.
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Old 04-18-2013, 08:27 PM   #19
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I did a Pelican 1450. Love the size. Most guys that do Pelicans.....I think, go too big.

On top of my 1450 will also mount 2, 1 gallon Rotopax water containers. I might buy two fuel containers as well.....but water for now, for camping in the desert.

Pics to come, after the Rotopax's arrive.
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