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Old 05-05-2013, 07:32 PM   #1051
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Old 05-06-2013, 09:12 AM   #1052
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I corresponded with Corrado113 about a bag for that space some time ago, and he said he'd be happy to make one, but he needed measurements. I was never able to measure that oddly shaped space to where I was sure my measurements would provided him the proper info he'd need...

Now somebody has provided him an AltRider rack so he could get it make one and he got it *PERFECT*!!!

I want one!!! BAD!!!

How do I go about getting one?

PM on the way to Corrado113 in just a couple of minutes!

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I did need to trim down the hook side of the velcro tape on the securing tabs........brady left some extra for you to trim to fit..

glad it worked out to have the rack shipped to him prior to my install....
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Old 05-06-2013, 01:39 PM   #1053
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Just received my FIRST custom bag and a pair of patched-and-then-reinforced-in-the-knees overpants from Brady.

Wow!

What else can I add that hasn't already been written and said? It's all true!

(I'll get some photos up soon.)
Here are some photos of my custom liner bag for an IM2600 (interior dimensions: 20" x 14" x 7.7").

I wanted something that would have double-sided openings, dual zippers, and a center divider so I could move dirty clothes to the other side as I traveled. This way, everything would still pack to the same dimensions.

The bag is orange on all sides...



...except for this one (just so I know which side is dirty/clean):



Looking inside, you can see the center, super thin nylon divider that can max out the space on either side or anywhere in between. The grommet allows for additional compression by pushing out excess air:



When not in use, it flattens down:



And folds up small for storage:



The only alternations I'll need are liner pockets so I can stiffen the entire bag up with plastic inserts. That's just my personal preference.

Brady really is the very best at what he does. Thanks again!

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Old 05-07-2013, 06:56 AM   #1054
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Here are some photos of my custom liner bag for an IM2600 (interior dimensions: 20" x 14" x 7.7").

I wanted something that would have dual openings and a center divider so I could move dirty clothes to the other side as I traveled. This way, everything would still pack to the same dimensions.


The only alternations I'll need are liner pockets so I can stiffen the entire bag up with plastic inserts. That's just my personal preference.

Brady really is the very best at what he does. Thanks again!
That is an AWESOME concept!

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Old 05-07-2013, 03:41 PM   #1055
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Brady did you receive the template I mailed to you for the rear seat bag

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Old 05-07-2013, 04:38 PM   #1056
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Yes you will! They will be at your door step before the end of day Friday.
You're a busy guy. Got my shipping notification, thank you sir.
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Old 05-07-2013, 05:36 PM   #1057
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I did. I'll send you a message to discuss. I have a question or two on it.

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Old 05-07-2013, 05:37 PM   #1058
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Tell me about it! You guys keep me jumping, that's for sure!

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Old 05-08-2013, 12:49 PM   #1059
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How much are those Jetboil Bags without embroidery?
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Old 05-08-2013, 04:45 PM   #1060
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That is an AWESOME concept!

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I wish I could take credit for it, but alas...it's not mine. Flight 001's SpacePak does it well and companies like Eagle Creek have similar double-sided packing cubes.

They're just not available in the size I wanted. Cue Brady!

There's something really nice about knowing that the volume of what I've packed won't change...it's just getting moved to the other side when dirty. And can return to the clean side if I do laundry along the way.
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Old 05-09-2013, 06:44 PM   #1061
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Old 05-09-2013, 06:49 PM   #1062
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How much are those Jetboil Bags without embroidery?

they're priceless.
i used mine this past weekend and it was sooooo nice to have everything contained and not blow out of a paper bag or whatever.
plus with the added height for the spare fuel, it allowed room to stuff all my utensils on the side.. even my super long Ti spoon

everybody was jealous for sure...
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Old 05-09-2013, 07:30 PM   #1063
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I love this idea. I'd love to get two liners with the same concept, just different measurements: 18.5" x 9" x 6.5".

The 6.5 measurement is the "height" (or distance between the zipped sides) when putting the thing flat down, so zippers around the 18.5 x 9 sides. One green as the main color, one a dark red as the main color with one side being black, just as the bags above.

These would be for F650GS Jesse bags after stuffing an existing liner I have from my Micatech cases into the bottom part to not go completely crazy with the shape (although I'd love to have a form fitting bottom liner in addition to the liners above).

We'll use dry bags / compression bags for the lids of these cases.

Also, I need a hatchet cover:





And two liners for 10" Jesse Odyssey lids (I have the Odyssey for the Triumph Tiger 800). Looking at the bags for the F800GS on the Jesse website the lids look pretty much the same. The measured opening (inside the "lip" of the lid) is: 9.5" x 19.25", I measure an inside height of ~3.5". Can you confirm that these are similar to the F800GS lids?

What other information do you need?
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I love this idea. I'd love to get two liners with the same concept, just different measurements: 18.5" x 9" x 6.5".

The 6.5 measurement is the "height" (or distance between the zipped sides) when putting the thing flat down, so zippers around the 18.5 x 9 sides. One green as the main color, one a dark red as the main color with one side being black, just as the bags above.

These would be for F650GS Jesse bags after stuffing an existing liner I have from my Micatech cases into the bottom part to not go completely crazy with the shape (although I'd love to have a form fitting bottom liner in addition to the liners above).

We'll use dry bags / compression bags for the lids of these cases.

Also, I need a hatchet cover:





And two liners for 10" Jesse Odyssey lids (I have the Odyssey for the Triumph Tiger 800). Looking at the bags for the F800GS on the Jesse website the lids look pretty much the same. The measured opening (inside the "lip" of the lid) is: 9.5" x 19.25", I measure an inside height of ~3.5". Can you confirm that these are similar to the F800GS lids?

What other information do you need?
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Old 05-14-2013, 01:11 PM   #1065
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Hey, just checking that you received payment with dimensions! Looking forward to the gear!

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