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06-02-2016 10:12 PM
Aus AT
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Originally Posted by JasonWD View Post
Maybe someone will come up with a bar to connect the back of the panniers together under the numberplate? Surely then they would be as strong as a 'normal' pannier?
Firstly the bar would look like "ass" and secondly the rubber grommet makes it really sturdy. For road use fantastic, off-road I don't know.....
06-02-2016 09:12 AM
JasonWD
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Originally Posted by Aus AT View Post

But I do like them because of the 10 second fitment
Maybe someone will come up with a bar to connect the back of the panniers together under the numberplate? Surely then they would be as strong as a 'normal' pannier?
06-01-2016 11:55 PM
Aus AT
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@Aus AT

How do you find the OEM panniers? Have you ridden any dirt with them yet? I love the idea of a frameless pannier system!
I have only ridden with them once, and that was on road so off-road I'm not sure. They should be pretty good because they provide these little rubber bits that go on the pointy end of the passenger footpegs. When you locate the pannier onto this rubber bit it makes a really good fit and stops the pannier wobbling about but still leaves it with a bit of movement.

But I do like them because of the 10 second fitment
05-31-2016 08:09 AM
JasonWD @Aus AT

How do you find the OEM panniers? Have you ridden any dirt with them yet? I love the idea of a frameless pannier system!
05-31-2016 06:10 AM
BenB The small bag sits in the left hand pannier. Behind the larger bag.
05-31-2016 12:04 AM
Aus AT How much will the shipping be to Oz?.....
05-31-2016 12:03 AM
Aus AT
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Originally Posted by Jonathan Parke View Post
Thanks mate, i'll place the order a.s.a.p.
05-30-2016 02:30 PM
Jonathan Parke
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Can anyone explain? It says set of 3 but does not include topbox. What is the third one for?
Apparently the 3rd small bag is for the cutout around the exhaust on the right hand pannier.
05-30-2016 01:24 PM
Fster Can anyone explain? It says set of 3 but does not include topbox. What is the third one for?
05-30-2016 01:05 PM
JasonWD /hyjack

What's the deal with the DCT Barkbusters Jonathan?

//hyjack
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