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The tough steel and chromoly Wolfman Side Racks are specifically designed to fit the Wolfman Expedition Dry Saddlebags, Teton Saddlebags, and Large Rolie Bags (when used as saddle bags). The proprietary oval-shape allows Wolfman to have 4 attachment points for luggage–for the most secure mounting around. High grade rack-to-motorcycle mounting nuts and bolts are included.
The racks can double as utility racks in a pinch - lash on a gas or water can, or a case of your favorite beverage. Or add full liquid-carrying capability with the Wolfman Side Plate and RotoPax kit.
Easy and secure luggage mounting
Slotted bolt holes for simple, painless rack installation
Appropriate for the most aggressive offroad conditions or for an urban commute
The racks are designed to work seamlessly with Wolfman's:
Well constructed and American made!
It's unfortunate that Wolfman no longer makes these racks because they are well made and a snap to install with everything falling into place as designed. I'm glad that I bought them before the stock was gone.
February 17, 2014
NIce Rugged and Versatile
I really like the Wolfman Racks as they are usable with either Soft Luggage or Panniers. They are rugged and contructed well. Very good value. Used on a 2012 Tiger 800.
January 27, 2014
U need these racks!
Well, there racks, there awesome and you can hang a bunch of stuff off of'em! and i mean more than just the bags there meant for. there well made and rock solid once mounted. just buy'em!
July 29, 2013
Fits on Tiger 800 (Not XC)
Couldn't find if these fit on Tiger 800 anywhere so just decided to buy it.
Yes, they do fit and they are well made.
March 28, 2013
Bought these for my Tiger 800. The instructions almost made it seem more difficult to install than they actually were. Once I figured out the first mounting location, the rest was a breeze. The racks are solid, and I'm sure will serve me well.
March 25, 2013
hard or soft luggage
easy to install, looks good,solid on bike,not extremely large like others, mounted pelicans on it for now and I am going with wolfman soft bags also for off road.
January 21, 2013
Have a functionality, fit, or otherwise product-specific question about the Wolfman Side Racks Triumph Tiger 800/XC 2011-2013? Ask it here!
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Dale L: I ride with a topcase mounted 90 percent of the time. Panniers will only be used for extended trips. I plan to use soft panniers for this season and see how that works out for me. Could not justify spending a 1000.00 dollars for aluminum panniers and then let them set on the shelf 90 percent of the time.Jan 8, 2014
JeanPablo R: read great reviews of this product and like the look on the bike a lot. Installed yesterday and fit and finish are great.Dec 9, 2013
A shopper asked:I would like to know if these are spaced evenly on the bike (with a gap on the non-exhaust side) or if they tuck tightly against the bike on both sides. Thanks in advance.Feb 16, 2013
Leonid M:On the Tiger 800, the right (exhaust side) rack sits just outside the OEM can, and is about 2.5 inches farther out than the left side. In other words, they are NOT evenly spaced from the centerline of the bike.Mar 25, 2013
RevZilla:The easy answer is that, yes, they are asymmetric. The truth, however, is that the right side is "bumped-out" so as to not be flush with the side of the bike but not to an extent that would mimic the left side. We hope this helps!Mar 26, 2013
RevZilla:No, the Wolfman Side Racks do not interfere with the factory topcase mounting plate. The topcase plate mounts directly to the rear sub frame and is not dependent on the on the side case mounting at all, as on other Tigers in the Triumph line up.Mar 21, 2013