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Thread: Lomo 20ltr motorcycle dry bags securing

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    Swindon, England

    Lomo 20ltr motorcycle dry bags securing

    Going to get myself a couple of lomo 20ltr motorcycle dry bags, far as I can see I need some rok straps to secure them, can anyone advise the best size rok strap as there seems to be many and I’d just be guessing!

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    You need these well that's what i bought.

    If they are too long you can cut them down and melt the ends to stop fraying although i tend to use the excess strap to tie over my bag one more time.

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    Just put “buckle straps” into eBay

    I’m sure the ROK straps are very good (made in Korea?) but for the same money you can get just the same utility and several more

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    I bought some Aligator straps from Costco for the same purpose, yet to use them but the seem tough enough and they can be joined together if needed. I use Rok straps on the Blood bikes and I’m not a big fan, though they do the job and seem tough.

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    May 2013
    North of Andover
    I use this sort of thing.
    A friend keeps getting them for me. They hold my woodshed roof in place. Pallets on the side to stop the wood escaping. All sorts of things. I like them. I have a few if you want you can have as your not far away from me. I go past Swindon most weekends towards Witney.

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