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post #101 of 176 (permalink) Old 06-01-2016, 12:20 AM
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The racks are not easily removed. But I don't intend to remove them. They protect the bike, look ok, and have the tool box attached. I got them at ADVmotorad.
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post #102 of 176 (permalink) Old 06-01-2016, 12:25 AM
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The riding position appears to be fine but I have not tried them out from the rear seat. Yes the racks can be removed but they cannot be removed quickly. However the panniers can be removed very easily and quickly.
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I manufacture 2016 Honda CRF 1000 Africa Twin luggage Racks. Starts @
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Have you thought of a left side plate for attaching soft luggage.
attached to the bolts that holds left passenger foot peg then back to use the two Honda side case mounts with some form of brace that comes down from rear rack mounts. Kept in close so that the left side with bag looks in balance with right side exhaust. Would have to have clearance for rear swing-arm on full compression. Would look something like a rear rack plate you have shown with lots of strap holes to attach your choice of soft luggage. Would like it to carry small day bag for tools /tubes/first aid kit/air compressor etc. Then if a longer trip slightly bigger bag for the above plus clothes.
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Installed Bumot 45 l panniers and top box today. very good quality.

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I have Givi Trekker Outback panniers and topbox. Pillion has no problem
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Those look like solid kit! It's nice to have removable racks but they are good crash protectors and I've never found the energy or time to remove mine on my bikes.
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The racks are not easily removed. But I don't intend to remove them. They protect the bike, look ok, and have the tool box attached. I got them at ADVmotorad.
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I went with the Honda pannier (bags). Took a easy tipover OK
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I have been waiting for months for touratech panniers and rails too be available....

any good advice on alternatives really appreciated... cant wait any longer
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post #109 of 176 (permalink) Old 06-23-2016, 12:28 PM
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I have been waiting for months for touratech panniers and rails too be available....

any good advice on alternatives really appreciated... cant wait any longer
Bumot have a very good rep.

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post #110 of 176 (permalink) Old 06-24-2016, 01:59 PM
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Me too ! So frustrating.....
I am now looking at Bumot from The Adventure Bike Shop UK.
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