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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 03-05-2017, 02:40 PM Thread Starter
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What Tourpack Rack bag do you use?

Pretty much the title says it all. I'm looking for a bag to strap to the rack that will hold the bulky gear that goes with camping or some of the longer road trips with the 2 of us. Most all of it isn't heavy, just bulky.

Any suggestions will be appreciated


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I went with the HD premium tour-pak luggage rack bag.....works great and includes a rain cover....

Premium Tour-Pak Luggage Rack Bag | Travel | Official Harley-Davidson Online Store
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if you don't mind spending a little money, this is pretty trick: RickRak - Quick Attach Harley Luggage Rack - No Straps Needed
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if you don't mind spending a little money, this is pretty trick: RickRak - Quick Attach Harley Luggage Rack - No Straps Needed
I've been eyeballing that b4! It's interesting, the only downside I see is the additional weight vs. benefit.


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I have a Dakota Tbag for when the wife is with me that goes on tourpack. If i'm by myself I use a backseat tbag, and then I have a waterproof bag for the camping supplies that I strap on the tourpack.


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T-Bags Dakota Bag--(DCP $200) on top of a chopped tour pack, great bag.

Tough 1680d ballistic nylon with fade resistant UV treatment
Insulated with 1/2" closed cell foam plus PE board inserts that allow bag to hold its shape when empty
Side pockets zip off and become backpacks with padded shoulder straps
Large external organizer for maps, tire gages, hand held computers, etc.
Two insulated zip flat 1qt. water bottle holders accessible to your passenger
Well balanced carrying handle hidden in its own pocket
6 quick release security tie-down straps and 19 extra bungee tie-down points for added versatility
Attached bungee bottom rain cover.
Recommended for large H-D Tour Pak luggage rack (bag bottom measures 26" w x 12" d Dimensions: 11 1/2"h x 27"w x 12"d Capacity: 2.3 cu.ft. (including backpacks and external pocket)
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I use this for the wife. The rain cover works great, kept everything bone dry in a 4 hours downpour on the way back from Gatlinburg.
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I use the Dekker II from TBags

T-Bags Dekker II Bag

The Rick Rack looks interesting, but I can buy a lot of bungee straps for $110

I actually use Rok straps to avoid having a hook come flying at my face.
https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_n...rds=rok+straps
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I use this one. It's expandable and the rain cover works well. $100.
Premium Collapsible Luggage Rack Bag | Luggage | Official Harley-Davidson Online Store

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