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Old 04-04-2012, 01:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anyone tried one of these?

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Looks like exactly what I need. Goggle case plus handlebar storage. Just wondering if it's too bulky and would get in the way?
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I have just the goggle case on my SB Pro r. The mounting straps need a little work for it to stay tight to the bars. The case works great though, holds my pair of 509 goggles with room for a pair of sun glasses and a map. Never got in the way, and will def be on the rest of my sleds. Check out the pics of it installed:

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Thanks thab. My sled has the pro-taper bars, which supposedly fit better with this bag. I'm hoping I won't have to do any mods like you did.

I was considering putting a small DC heating pad on the inside of the goggle bag as a heat source to dry out the goggles. Do you it's possible to run a wire into the goggle bag somehow?
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You should be able to run a wire in through the vent holes with no problem. The vent holes have grommets around the edges and were big enough to run the plastic rivets on mine.
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I ran this bag all year, minus the goggle bag. I had one of the first original Sled Solutions carry all's as well. All top notch quality and fit. Super durable as well. Any questions, let me know.
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I ran the carry all bag all season on my Pro Taper bars and I tell you what, best bag for the small things you need while you ride. I used the goggle bag also for a few rides. At a few points I kept my GPS in there instead of it being on the RAM mount. The bags is very durable and made of grade A material. I would recommend them to anyone.
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Thanks for all of the feedback. You've convinced me to give it a try.
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Old 04-09-2012, 02:44 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Just curious, what's everyone's opinion on the new Polaris Pro Ride Defrost Bag?



Anyone actually see it action? I can only find the Polaris marketing pics. I'm assuming you need to keep the high windshield to use this?
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I saw it at the sled show. Moves the gauges up to easily see them when standing. Lots of room inside, heated from the engine compartment. The minimum height is the matte black RMK, SBA windshield.
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I have one going on mine in the fall. Saw one in person and it looks good. Lots of room but you need that mid shield unless you want it exposed. It looks like it will take a roll over when you get stuck if needed.
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