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Old 09-12-2019, 12:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What is everyone planning for luggage and gas can?
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Old 09-12-2019, 03:11 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm not sure yet either, I want to see the new Polaris bag they put on the adventure
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The best setup is stackable link stuff but it is expensive.
I got a Frankensled rack
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Polaris has a bag called the traverse that looks pretty nice on the back of these sleds. I looked at it last for my XC 800.

https://snowmobiles.polaris.com/en-u...-bags/2883570/

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Adventure Tunnel Bag Item # 2882816
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I for one am not a fan of the poo lock & ride system. Way too easy to break the tabs, hard to bolt down in the cold, and you pretty much have to empty the bag to get it off. Linq is WAY more effective in particular if you are going to put it on and off. If you just leave it there then it is a different story.
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I have No need for a gas can. This Doo SR-21 bag and Up North Technolgys rack was on my 19 XC850 129 so it will be fine on my 137
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I have No need for a gas can. This Doo SR-21 bag and Up North Technolgys rack was on my 19 XC850 129 so it will be fine on my 137
My plan as well
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I have No need for a gas can. This Doo SR-21 bag and Up North Technolgys rack was on my 19 XC850 129 so it will be fine on my 137
Do you think 2 gallons of oil would fit in that ? Thank you
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Do you think 2 gallons of oil would fit in that ? Thank you

Just tried with 2 Poo ves gallon jugs. 2 gallons no way. 1 gallon and 2 quart bottles yes. Leaves a little room for some cushion material of some type.
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