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EffBee

Redneck Panniers?

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EffBee

 

OK, that's probably a bit insensitive to any self-respecting redneck, but I've always admired the "do more with less" ingenuity of some people. I think this qualifies. A full set of top-loading dual-sport luggage for about $50, available at Walmarts everywhere.

 

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TEWKS

Darn near perfect match if, you were so inclined to adventurize your new San Marino blue RT. :grin:

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greiffster

and it keeps you Schlitz cold for after the ride.

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mneblett

Just wait awhile after stopping before popping open the first can ...

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Chris K

Probably weigh less than my Jesse bags too! Wish I had seen that before I spent all that money.

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roadscholar

No tag and a bald tire too, my kinda guy. :thumbsup::grin:

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Foot

Can't be a redneck. I don't see any duck tape!

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greiffster
Can't be a redneck. I don't see any duck tape!

 

Correct. And the entire set matches which is an automatic disqualification.

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Heck
Can't be a redneck. I don't see any duck tape!

 

Correct. And the entire set matches which is an automatic disqualification.

 

Even if they were on Walmart price rollback??? :rofl:

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greiffster
Can't be a redneck. I don't see any duck tape!

 

Correct. And the entire set matches which is an automatic disqualification.

 

Even if they were on Walmart price rollback??? :rofl:

 

Doesn't matter. Unless they were paid for over 6 months with lay-a-way. Then it's iffy? :grin:

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Guest Kakugo

Does this count?

 

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Spotted on top the Col de Vars a few years back.

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greiffster
Does this count?

 

Spotted on top the Col de Vars a few years back.

 

Points for whatever he has on that seat, but the Royal E is too stylish. Fail. :grin:

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elkroeger

 

...A full set of top-loading dual-sport luggage for about $50, available at Walmarts everywhere...

 

Maybe it's just me, but there's something a little photoshoppy about it. But I like it anyway.

 

Trivia question: What bike is that? (no, I don't know what it is either)

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DavidEBSmith

Army surplus ammo cans, mounted on Home Depot conduit hangers and brackets from the BMW flea market, and a JC Whitney top box.

 

I considered spraying them with truck bedliner but I kinda like the look as is.

 

Drops fuel mileage by about 7 mpg though.

 

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tallman

The ammo cans are very big with some of my friends.

 

Best part is using the contents to empty the can.

:Cool:

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Fubar

Well, following that logic, Tim, I should be using old beer cases. :rofl:

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John Ranalletta

Swag Offroad makes some stuff that might work on a m/c.

 

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szurszewski
Swag Offroad makes some stuff that might work on a m/c.

 

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Wow. They found a way to make the already overpriced ActionPacker - I assume - exhorbinantly more expensive. And people say ingenuity is dead - ha!

 

...all that said, I own a few ActionPackers and I, as of twenty seconds ago, absolutely need whatever that is in the picture. For something. I'll figure out what later.

 

 

 

 

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John Ranalletta

Perfect for crawler or Jeep

 

 

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