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Old 02-11-2014, 02:17 PM   #1231
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Hi - can you make an arm band with an elastic or velcro arm band, with a pouch and a clear plastic cover that will hold first gen SPOT; so I can see the top of the SPOT?

Here is a link to the SPOT device for size - fyi.

http://www.findmespot.com/en/index.php?cid=102

Thanks!
Hi - where are we with this quote? Looks like others are interested as well
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Old 02-14-2014, 07:11 PM   #1232
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Hi - where are we with this quote? Looks like others are interested as well

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Old 02-17-2014, 03:32 PM   #1233
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I'll send you a PM.
Keep us posted on price and pic after you finish the 'prototype'. Thanks!
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Old 02-17-2014, 06:02 PM   #1234
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I'll send you a PM.
Hi Brady - did you get my pm with the go ahead? I can't tell from the adv system if I sent an email.
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Old 02-19-2014, 06:13 PM   #1235
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Thank you Storm.



Thought I would post up pictures of my tool kit. I have been through various tool rolls, containers and packing. I ditched the tool rolls. They have a nice advantage of organizing but the dang roll full of tools takes up so much room. I contacted Storm Industries . They set me up with two perfect pouch's for my tools. Everything I need for long distance or short trips is contained here.





Top left corner/top row - files and small saw blade, tube repair kit/patches, plugs and rubber glue.
Silicon, JB Weld and blue Lock Tite, Case seal by Moose,DOT 3 hydraulic oil (has not leaked yet), chain bits,
gold tee for plugging a line, various electrical smalls.

Middle row - bag (formerly contained a rescue CPR mask) is misc. bolts/nuts, etc. So valuable to have handy.
I just pour the contents in a bandana and sort through what I need.
Various wire, tape and spare master links. Safety wire, heat shrink and fuses. Zip ties and fuel line.

Bottom row - Air pump, socket set with bits and right hand driver, wrenches, pliers (regular pliers will be replaced with
vice grip needle nose, screw driver, rat files, tire levers, air gauge, flex driver, KLR axle and spark plug tools.

The Strom bags custom made is working great. Total weight not counting the air pump is 9 pounds. I know it's a lot, but I
always have what tools I need. Everything fits in two bags.







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Old 02-24-2014, 10:41 AM   #1236
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They Live!

Through the expertise of Brady - the creations in my mind's eye have come to life! They arrived last week but I wanted to get some pictures of them on the bike so I took a quick weekender to try them out and they're just as I imagined!

Here they are after un-boxing
Top left to bottom right: Pannier top cases; Cooler case; 3 misc. bags as a suprise freebie from Brady ; and my custom tool roll.


Here is the tool roll with my tools switched out from the old OEM case. The hex socket is just for illustration - I didn't have the sockets with me that will go there.


Here it is nice and snug in the tool bin under the seat.



Here are the cooler case and pannier top bags on the bike. The cooler case was actually designed for when I have the solo seat and extended rack on but since all I have right now is the solo seat pan yet to be foamed and covered I had to adjust for securing it on the pillon of my dual. Had Brady add a strip of that highly reflective tape too each bag - can't have too much visibility!








The pannier top cases have velcro loops that secure to the lid and the roll-top quick release strap/buckle also goes under it to secure the bag on each end. Plenty of compression straps and additional securing points will allow me to use one of them as a small tail bag if desired.

The cooler case has 4 quick release buckle straps at each corner which will secure it to the solo seat rack - the d-rings and PAL/MOLLE loops allow for a variety of straps/attachments to secure it to other similiarly equipped bags. I will next design a tail bag which will sit behind the cooler. My concept is modular with quick release buckles/straps to allow the bags to secure to the bike and each other yet allow for easy removal or mixing/matching depending on the trip/need.

As has been reported numerous times - everything is well made with attention to detail. I look forward to many years of trips and am looking forward to working with Brady on my tail bag to round out my system.

Thanks Brady!
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Old 02-24-2014, 12:03 PM   #1237
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Hey Brady,
Got my bag liners Friday. Excellent in every way esp the way zippers are put on so I can lay them down and load like a regular suitcase.
Much appreciated.
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Old 03-04-2014, 05:38 PM   #1238
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I just want to bump this one to the top. Brady offers awesome customer service with great products. Everything I've purchased from him has been top-notch and well worth the money spent - good luck saying that about much of the stuff we buy for our bikes.

Hope this finds you warm and safe,
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Old 03-04-2014, 07:15 PM   #1239
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I agree the stuff he made for me was great.

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Old 03-07-2014, 01:02 PM   #1240
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Pelican Case topper bag

I'd love a bag that I can strap on top of my Pelican top case. Preferably with dividers. I want a place to stuff a rolled up jacket liner, rain gear etc. Would be great if a mesh pocket could be on top of that to provide a place to dry socks etc. Maybe one of the pelican liners would work some places for straps are added.

Love my tool roll, tool tube pouch and Kermit Chair bag.
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Old 03-07-2014, 02:18 PM   #1241
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I'd love a bag that I can strap on top of my Pelican top case. Preferably with dividers. I want a place to stuff a rolled up jacket liner, rain gear etc. Would be great if a mesh pocket could be on top of that to provide a place to dry socks etc. Maybe one of the pelican liners would work some places for straps are added.

Love my tool roll, tool tube pouch and Kermit Chair bag.
That sounds like a slick setup. I picked up an Ortlieb "travel biker" to use for that purpose but never got around to it.

I'd see if Brady could make a stiff panel for the bottom and you could you a quick release mechanism to snap it to your pelican case. The ortlieb quick release stuff is slick, you can snap it on and off without a key, and you can also lock it.
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Old 03-07-2014, 02:52 PM   #1242
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Would be great if a mesh pocket could be on top of that to provide a place to dry socks etc. Maybe one of the pelican liners would work some places for straps are added.
YES. Could you create a mesh bag, individual, that is about 12"x8" or so, with some loops so they can be secured to luggage straps or carabiners? Then it can sit on top of luggage, in the air/sun, to dry clothes while riding.
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Old 03-07-2014, 04:43 PM   #1243
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Absolutely. I'll send you a PM.

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YES. Could you create a mesh bag, individual, that is about 12"x8" or so, with some loops so they can be secured to luggage straps or carabiners? Then it can sit on top of luggage, in the air/sun, to dry clothes while riding.
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Old 03-20-2014, 07:19 AM   #1244
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I'm looking for a bag similar to the one for the Agritube but I use a Lincoln welding rod holder. Have you made one for these yet?

If you need the dimensions I'll have to get them after I get home from work.

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Old 03-20-2014, 07:24 PM   #1245
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I can definitely make a pouch to fit that tube. Send me a PM with dimensions and I'll get you pricing.

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I'm looking for a bag similar to the one for the Agritube but I use a Lincoln welding rod holder. Have you made one for these yet?

If you need the dimensions I'll have to get them after I get home from work.

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