Petego Motorcycle Connector for the Universal Sport Bag Pet Carrier

December 21, 2013 - Comment

The Universal Motorbike Connection makes it possible for you and your pet to travel together on your motorcycle. Product Features Securely attach Universal Sport Bag to your motorcycle Take your pet along to enjoy the open road Secure leash system keeps pet safe  Be Sociable, Share! Tweet

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The Universal Motorbike Connection makes it possible for you and your pet to travel together on your motorcycle.

Product Features

  • Securely attach Universal Sport Bag to your motorcycle
  • Take your pet along to enjoy the open road
  • Secure leash system keeps pet safe
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cazidog "cazidog" says:

Poor design to protect an expensive paint job on a harley tank!! I am not real happy with the attachment assembly thus far, for use on a motorcycle tank that is. The little pads, that are suppose to go under the buckles don’t really stay where they are suppose to, that’s if they even end up on the tank in a position to be held down. If you’re not careful you can scratch the hell out of your tank. I don’t know why they didn’t just coat the buckles with a non-scratch substance, and use the pads as well. It’s also difficult to tighten the bag attachment assembly down, because it has an adjustment on each side. So, if you pull it really tight on one side, it just loosens on the other side. So, you have to get it where you want it, and tie a knot around the adjustable strap on one side, then you can tighten it down on the other side. It’s a terrible design.They could’ve just made a piece slightly curved made out of a medium, to hard rubber about 2-3 inches thick. This would lift all attachments away from the tank completely. They just need to make…

runnerjane says:

Not a secure system I have a Yamaha V-Star 250 with a teardrop-shaped tank. We could not get this connector to be secured in a way that prevented it from sliding. The shape of the tank caused the straps to slide to the narrower end of the tank no matter how tight we initially got it. We tried modifying the way we strapped it, the part we connected it to, etc., but either the angle or our need to avoid damaging sensitive hoses and cables made it impossible to make this work. We got it as tight as we could, and tried riding with it, but when he laid down in the pet carrier attached to the connector, it started sliding to the side he was leaning. Not good when you have to hold your elbow down to keep the bag from sliding while controling a bike. The manufacturer needed more quality assurance before marketing this. Too bad, because it would have otherwise made for an ideal spot for our dog.

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