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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-13-2009, 01:39 PM Thread Starter
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happy trails vs Caribou

ok I need help... they are basically the same size at 35 liters...

$660ish with shipping... it used to be a lot more expensive and I counted it out but now it's reasonable...

810ish with shipping but I can order it in orange which would stick out more plus it is a pelican case and has a lifetime warranty... and you could use it for other things... it also uses hepco becker racks... and total weight is 35lbs
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I've had both on different motorcycles. The Caribou set up has been great, no problems or leaks. I've been a couple of problems with Happy Trails products, but they have great customer service and have always taken care of me. All that said, Happy Trails has a free shipping offer now, $599 that is a deal.


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I have also had them both, and both are equally functional. I would remind you, however, that if you make a serious error in judgment concerning a water crossing, the Caribou cases will allow you to see the entire back in of your bike floating down stream due to their buoyancy.
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