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Offline Gumby40

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ISO Teknic tank bag base
« on: October 10, 2017, 09:30:51 am »
I was just doing some cleaning and found a virtually new Teknic tank bag. I used it on a Suzuki Bandit that I had, but lost the mounting straps after I sold the bike. It has a "half zipper" on the bottom that attaches to a magnetic base that I never bought. Teknic is no longer in business and I've searched Ebay and Googled around to no avail. By any chance, does anyone have one of these magnetic bases laying around in their museum of stuff? :??:
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Re: ISO Teknic tank bag base
« Reply #1 on: October 10, 2017, 02:38:40 pm »
I was just doing some cleaning and found a virtually new Teknic tank bag. I used it on a Suzuki Bandit that I had, but lost the mounting straps after I sold the bike. It has a "half zipper" on the bottom that attaches to a magnetic base that I never bought. Teknic is no longer in business and I've searched Ebay and Googled around to no avail. By any chance, does anyone have one of these magnetic bases laying around in their museum of stuff? :??:
Teknic is no longer in business? Since when!? Sheesh, they made awesome stuff!
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Re: ISO Teknic tank bag base
« Reply #2 on: October 10, 2017, 06:12:34 pm »
From what I could find, about 2012, Revzilla bought all the stock they had and liquidated it.
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