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    FSR 120 fit inside a 26x26x10" travel case?

    I am going to be travelling with my bike and was wondering if anyone knows whether I can get my size medium FSR 120 to fit inside an airline spec (max 62" linear dimension) travel case?

    I know there's been a thread about someone breaking down their Enduro to fit inside a suitcase but the wheels had to be carried separately.

    S and S makes a case that is airline compliant (26x26x10) and will also hold the wheels.

    Question is whether I can break down my bike enough to fit this space?

    My other options are a full size case that requires an additional $100-$150 roundtrip. Or a softcase that provides less protection.

    Thanks,
    Ken
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    Um??

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Rider
    I am going to be travelling with my bike and was wondering if anyone knows whether I can get my size medium FSR 120 to fit inside an airline spec (max 62" linear dimension) travel case?

    I know there's been a thread about someone breaking down their Enduro to fit inside a suitcase but the wheels had to be carried separately.

    (tequila joe, I hope you don't mind my poaching your photo)

    S and S makes a case that is airline compliant (26x26x10) and will also hold the wheels.

    Question is whether I can break down my bike enough to fit this space?

    My other options are a full size case that requires an additional $100-$150 roundtrip. Or a softcase that provides less protection.

    Thanks,
    Ken


    You're gonna need wheels.
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    I know I need wheels. That why I was considering the case from S and S. 26x26x10"

    Whether the bike can fit into such a small space is the question.

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