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LinQ Ergo Summit Seat Bag
Part #: 860201355 MSRP $ 109.99

http://www.brppac.com/pac/ski-doo/li...860201355.html

New LinQ seat bag for REV platform 4th generation Summit.
Integrated storage that stays out of the way. 4-liter (1 US gallon) capacity.
Easy on/off. Can be used with tunnel bags or fuel caddy.
Vehicle with pull start requires the battery cover and support.


Battery Cover and Support (for Pull-Start)
Part #: 860201407 MSRP $44.39
http://www.brppartspro.com/ski-doo-b...uctid=23798250

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Storage space always seems to be at a premium on sleds these days, so I keep my eye out for opportunities to add a little extra capacity in an unobtrusive way.

One of the things I most dislike about ordering parts online is the inability to Touch and Feel the product. To hold it in your hands and look at it Up Close and In Person. So in my reviews I always try to show the product exactly as it really is, and that means LOTS of closeup high res photos!




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From the Backend.



Closeup of the Linq mounting tab
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Closeup of the buckle/latch



When you open the lid there is a nice LARGE snowskirt!


The "lid" is kinda-sorta semi-rigid. Not hard formed, but stiff enough to hold it's form nicely.
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The base of the bag on the inside is RIGID molded plastic.



While the outside of the bottom has been covered in cloth to reduce any abrasion from contact. The Linq mechanism can clearly be seen nestled nice and tight right up in the very front of the bag.



Reverse angle on the bottom showing how this bag "Flares" out toward the seat side and narrows towards the rear of the sled.
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My particular sled is a 2017 850 Summit-X with PULL-START.
This means that I had to install the optional "Battery Cover" before the Ergo Summit Seat Bag could be mounted.

This is the optional plastic battery cover that must first be installed as the support for the Summit Ergo Bag.










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The plastic battery cover requires a small lightweight aluminum support frame to be installed as well.

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Installation begins on the rear of the Fuel Tank.



The support frame is held in place with a single screw.



Looking at the frame from the rear of the sled.
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With the frame in place, the plastic cover slides right over it and the two holes next to the LINQ logo are aligned to match up with the support frame.



The LINQ attaching device is then bolted on.
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With the frame mounted and the cover in place with the LINQ system bolted on, the bag slides into place and locks right down just as happy as could be.






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Total installation time MAYBE 10 minutes tops.

Will load this up and take it our riding this weekend.
Will offer comments on how well it works, if it keeps water out and if my legs or boots hit it when moving from side to side on the sled once I get back!
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