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Old 03-28-2013, 02:02 PM   #4064
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Originally Posted by BlueLghtning View Post
Most of those appear to come with what I call the wavy clamp that basically grabs onto the bottom of a bar type rack. So in that case, I would think a bar type rear rack would work better, but even if you got one of the more solid flat ones, I think you'd figure out a way to attach the base. The thing I like about the bar type ones is they are pretty stout.

The Givi, or Coocase, while more expensive, have the feature of the two red buttons you can see on the back. The top one opens it up, while the bottom one releases it from the base unit. Some of them have a handle incorporated , so you can carry it like a briefcase. I have a Givi top case on my street bike, made by Givi, sold as an accessory through Kawi. http://www.twistedthrottle.com/shop-...=3019&limit=48
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