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Old 05-01-2014, 05:04 PM   #1
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Moto-Racks.com for Wolfman Luggage

Hi ADVriders,

I'm Carol Davies - one of the owners of Moto-Racks.com - and I'd like to tell you about our great pricing on Wolfman luggage. We are a Wolfman Dealer and have competitive pricing for:

Saddle Bags:

Rocky Mountain Saddle Bags - $397.79 w/free shipping to U.S.
Expedition Dry Saddle Bags - $233.99 w/free shipping to U.S.
Monarch Pass Saddle Bags - $169.19 w/free shipping to U.S.
Summit Saddle Bags - $169.19 w/free shipping to U.S.
E-12 Enduro Saddle Bags - $149.38 w/free shipping to U.S.
DayTripper Enduro Saddle Bags - $143.99 w/free shipping to U.S.

Duffels:

Expedition Dry Duffel Small B/B or B/Y - $114.84 w/free shipping to U.S.
Expedition Dry Duffel Medium B/B or B/Y - $124.74 w/free shipping to U.S.
Expedition Dry Duffel Large Black or Yellow - $135.09 w/free shipping to U.S.

Rolie Bags:

Large Rolie Bag - $70.18 w/ free shipping to U.S.
Medium Rolie Bag - $54.00 + 13.00 shipping to U.S.
Small Rolie Bag - $44.98 + 8.00 shipping to U.S.


Enduro Bags:


Enduro Tool Bag - $49.94 + 8.00 shipping to U.S.
Enduro Fender Bag - $25.18 + 8.00 shipping to U.S.


Tank Bags:


Enduro Tank Bag - $85.49 w/ free shipping to U.S.
Large Expedition Tank Bag - $159.28 w/ free shipping to U.S.
Small Expedition Tank Bag - $115.19 w/ free shipping to U.S.



We carry the entire Wolfman line, so if you need something not listed here or on our website, or if you're ordering outside the U.S., just shoot us an email for pricing. I'll be adding to this list periodically.

We also design and fabricate dual-sport motorcycle luggage racks of course, and are slowly expanding our product line.

Your satisfaction is my top priority!

Carol Davies
Our website: Moto-Racks.com
Email us: moto-racks@fairpoint.net
Email us: moto-racks@fairpoint.net
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Old 05-02-2014, 08:24 AM   #2
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Tom is a great guy to do business with, I think that he will only stop helping and giving advice when you are 100% satisfied. Full disclosure I have bought my DR Luggage racks from him, I rode there and he installed them. Then I had a few questions and he is always there to help. Great local shop (Not that local: 300 miles and a border!) but for me and my friends our local shop for racks and bags.

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Hi fellow adventure riders,

We are a Wolfman Dealer and have competitive pricing for:

Rocky Mountain Saddle Bags - $397.79 w/free shipping
Expedition Dry Saddle Bags - $233.99 w/free shipping
Monarch Pass Saddle Bags - $169.19 w/free shipping

Expedition Dry Duffel Small B/B or B/Y - $104.84
Expedition Dry Duffel Medium B/B or B/Y - $114.74
Expedition Dry Duffel Large Black or Yellow - $125.09

We carry the entire Wolfman line, so if you need something not listed here or on our website, just shoot us an email for pricing.

We also design and fabricate dual-sport motorcycle luggage racks of course, and are slowly expanding our product line.

Thanks,

Tom Davies
Our website: Moto-Racks.com
Email us: moto-racks@fairpoint.net
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Old 05-10-2014, 11:35 PM   #3
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Tom is a great guy to do business with, I think that he will only stop helping and giving advice when you are 100% satisfied. Full disclosure I have bought my DR Luggage racks from him, I rode there and he installed them. Then I had a few questions and he is always there to help. Great local shop (Not that local: 300 miles and a border!) but for me and my friends our local shop for racks and bags.
Thanks Hugues, I appreciate the support!
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Old 05-15-2014, 08:46 PM   #4
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Great Follow-up and Business Skills

I left a message for Tom regarding some Wolfman luggage. He not only called twice, (from the east coast to the west coast), but he also sent me information via an email. After talking to him today I will not hesitate purchasing any of tom's products.

He is a top notch businessman that wants to help out each client, even if he doesn't make the sale. I am impressed and will always support the little business person and one that is associated with this web site.

Thanks again Tom!!
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Old 05-17-2014, 09:21 PM   #5
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Must say he has been excellent to correspond and I live down under with time difference and all. Just need to hurry up the postal service :-)
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Old 05-24-2014, 10:44 PM   #6
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I left a message for Tom regarding some Wolfman luggage. He not only called twice, (from the east coast to the west coast), but he also sent me information via an email. After talking to him today I will not hesitate purchasing any of tom's products.

He is a top notch businessman that wants to help out each client, even if he doesn't make the sale. I am impressed and will always support the little business person and one that is associated with this web site.

Thanks again Tom!!
stickman, it was my pleasure helping you. Thanks for the support. It's very much appreciated!

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Must say he has been excellent to correspond and I live down under with time difference and all. Just need to hurry up the postal service :-)
Thanks Red Dust, our postal service isn't a bad deal for international shipping as long as you aren't in a hurry.
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Old 08-09-2014, 01:42 PM   #7
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Please make a set of symetrical side racks for the Wolfman bags to fit the 1100 / 1150 GS's

You'll sell a lot
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Old 08-09-2014, 09:03 PM   #8
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Hi Dan,

I wish I had more time I could spend on product development. It does sound like a good idea though.

Are the sub-frames the same on those two models?
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Old 08-10-2014, 01:08 PM   #9
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I've had both models and I 'think' so but not 99.999% certain. I can find out for sure if you want

Lots of guys with the bigger bikes want soft luggage as it's much easier to drop the heavy bikes and damage the super expensive hard bags DAMHIK!
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Old 08-16-2014, 12:52 PM   #10
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Got my Dry Duffle.. thanks...excellent product and worth every penny..
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Old 08-16-2014, 06:51 PM   #11
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I'm glad you like the Expedition Dry Duffel, it's a nice bag. Thank you for your business, it's very much appreciated!

Tom
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Old 08-22-2014, 12:14 PM   #12
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+1 on Tom and his business. I got my WR250R racks from him and love them.

A great guy to deal with, an exceptional handmade product, and great selection of bags on top of it.
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Old 08-22-2014, 02:17 PM   #13
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Racks for dr350

You guys going to make any racks and side mounts for a dr350 similar to the drz design? Those look great!! Good prices on wolfman luggage too.
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Old 08-22-2014, 10:09 PM   #14
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+1 on Tom and his business. I got my WR250R racks from him and love them.

A great guy to deal with, an exceptional handmade product, and great selection of bags on top of it.
Thanks Henry,

I'm glad you're still liking your racks. I should be healed up enough to try the trails down in your area in a couple of weeks.

I ordered one of your books, and looking forward to a good read.

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You guys going to make any racks and side mounts for a dr350 similar to the drz design? Those look great!! Good prices on wolfman luggage too.
Rubbernecker,

Thanks for the compliments and for checking out our Wolfman Luggage prices.
A friend near me just bought a DR350. I am going to use it for R&D and will have racks similar to our DRZ 400S racks for them in the future. Check back with me in a few weeks and hopefully I'll have a design ready to offer.

Thanks,

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