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If anyone has tried the old "bungee-type" tail pack -- and lived to tell about it -- you know what a hazard they are. They're also a pain in the ass to deal with.

Well, at Laguna, there was a booth with the coolest new product I've seen in a while...

It's a tail pack with a built-in bracket on the bottom, and it clips right into the stock passenger seat mount. It's straight out of the "Duh! Why didn't I think of that?" file.

Check it out at www.rocketlocker.com .

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I saw them too and for $189 I don't think so. Besides your much better off with a tank bag to distribute the weight more towards the center of the bike. My .02

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Have to admit,it's a slick idea and since a decent size old fashion tailpack cost's basicly $100 dollars, the $189.00 ain't all that bad, JMHO. See though won't work for me as my Mrs. is "hard-core" co-rider and is on the bike 99.99999999999999% of the time, well that and plus they don't make them for my "Classic Sportbike", LOL, so I will have to "Live with the bungee's", RATS!!

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