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I prefer not to mount saddle bags on my Rebel but am looking into the option of a detachable tail bag.


Came across this one and wonder if anyone have any experience with one?


https://fortnine.ca/en/ogio-tail-bag
 

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I prefer not to mount saddle bags on my Rebel but am looking into the option of a detachable tail bag.


Came across this one and wonder if anyone have any experience with one?


https://fortnine.ca/en/ogio-tail-bag
My Buddy has one of these. Works really well and can fit more than you might imagine. It works well for our bikes (CB500F) as the pillion is flat and my friend has the attachment straps passed underneath it through the storage area. For the Rebel though, I'm thinking unless you have a rack or the pillion installed, it may be difficult to mount. I'm not too familiar with the physical attributes of the Rebel back there but I can attest to the bag itself.

Hope this helps and keep us posted!

Bert
 

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I don't have that one but I do have the OGIO tank bag. Their stuff is top notch if you don't want the normal leather bag style.
 

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I was going to post up some pics but it seems my awesome is a little low ... Guess I'll have to wait until I accumulate more XP ... XP
 

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Just a few pics of the rack me and my buddy made in stainless to replace the passenger seat, and to mount my old Hepco&Becker tail bag on.
 

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Just a few pics of the rack me and my buddy made in stainless to replace the passenger seat, and to mount my old Hepco&Becker tail bag on.
That looks really nice! I'm jealous as I don't have any friends that have welding equipment :(
 

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Just a few pics of the rack me and my buddy made in stainless to replace the passenger seat, and to mount my old Hepco&Becker tail bag on.
Oh wow, that is both slick and profesh! Always great to see good DIY solutions that have been built with care. Great Work!
 
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