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Old 06-09-2009, 10:50 AM   #1
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TCI Products Denali Soft bag luggage system SALE.

TCI Products Denali Soft bag luggage system.

Denali luggage package includes the T.C.I. Products rack and the corresponding Tour Master soft side bags and tail bag.

10% discount is applied to the package price of the components if purchased separately.

Limited time offer.

$449.86 for most models

Denali Rack .

These are the basic rack with additional side supports for the Pannier/Saddle bags. The supports are designed to use the Tour master saddle bags. The rack system provide dedicated tie points for the original Tour master retaining straps. Systems are designed so that the load of the side bags is supported across the rack frame preventing wear and damage to the side panels and the seat. Designed to clear any original equipment components. Most street legal dual sports will require relocation of the rear turn indicators for clearance. Saddle bags are easily removable for cleaning and storage. The frames can be removed in minutes when unneeded. Mounting hardware provided when required. Can be used without the tail bag mounted.

The Tour master saddle bags provide 20 liters of storage per side.

The rack and pannier supports are designed as one piece and can not be separated

Due to demand, please allow 2-3 weeks for this part to be shipped from the date of the placement of the order.

Most Denali racks weight about 9.5-11.0 pounds

UPS has gone to a “dimensional” weight billing system. The freight charges are base on the size and weight of the box. The billing weight is not the actual weight of the part.

Hand Made by Craftsman in the USA

Available for

DR 350 DRZ 400S/KLX 400 DR 650SE DL 1000

CRF230L XR 400 XR 650L XL 600R XR 650R

KLR 250 KL 250 Sherpa KLR 650 KLX 250S

TW 200 XT 225 XT 250 WR250R

KTM 450/ 530 exc KTM 640 and LC4 KTM 950 SE KTM 950/990 ADVENTURE

BMW F650 Dakar BMW F650/800GS

HUSKY TE 610/TE 310

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Old 07-08-2009, 01:46 PM   #2
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Could really use a good source for Radiator Guards for the KLR650


The choices out there are very limited with regard to radiator guards. Dual Star makes one of the strongest, but ordering anything from them is impossible.

Many of us do not want nerf / tank guards.

Any plans to produce a set of radiator guards for the KLR650?


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Old 08-20-2011, 07:13 AM   #3
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Nice Looking Rack

I Was wondering if anyone has any kind of update on these racks? How are they holding up? Are the user friendly or to bulky?
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Old 01-17-2014, 09:24 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by dutch97501 View Post
I Was wondering if anyone has any kind of update on these racks? How are they holding up? Are the user friendly or to bulky?

Bump for the same. They seem like a better solution than my Dirt Bagz.


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Old 01-20-2014, 01:20 PM   #5
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For me, they suck. YMMV

Bags are poor quality that ripped out at the seems after very little use. Also, My Super Enduro Denali rack needed additional support to take the stress off of the subframe. TCI knows that but has not offered a solution. The system is sitting unused in my shop. $400 paper weight.
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Bump for the same. They seem like a better solution than my Dirt Bagz.


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