Piggyback Straps | 2- or 4- Pack
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- Double-ended G-hook buckle straps with clip
This set allows your Tully to adapt to Kriega tailbag loops
How to use them with your TULLY Tailbag:
- 2x Black aluminium G-hooks
- 50cm of 28mm Nylon webbing strap - lightweight and strong
- Both ends have clip for added security
Who should use?
Note: 2 straps come standard with any Tully Motorcycle Tailbag purchase. If you buy 2 bags, they'll come with 4 straps total, which will be enough to attach your bags together.
Buy this set:
- As spare straps
- As replacements for lost straps
- If you only own 1 Tully and want to use Kriega tailbag loops
- You can use 4 straps to attach your Tully to Kriega tailbags
What's in the cost?
As you may be aware, Australia Post's smallest (500g) parcel prices start at $9. This cost is included in your strap purchase. We also eat the extra costs should you have a regional address.
We have 2 manufacturers who are involved in making these straps - the aluminium buckle manufacturer, and the nylon strap manufacturer who is also the manufacturer of Tully.
Because our bulk order is relatively small (ie. not in the 10,000's) the per-buckle cost is very high.
The cost of the buckle, plus shipping to the next manufacturer, plus all shipping and import costs to bring the product to Australia are all included in what we charge here. We don't add a margin other than to bring the RRP to a normal-looking number.
We charge just enough to cover the costs of producing and shipping these straps so that you may use them on many adventures to come.
With these straps my wonderful Flying Solo bags stay perfectly in place!
I've had bags in the past that would go walkabout on the back of my bike.
So happy with these straps and bags :)
I did not use these for the Tully but as replacement straps for another brand tail bag that the fast clips broke on. Worked really great. And I love the Velcro loop for keeping the straps all tight and tidy - I hate flapping straps!