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Old 11-30-2013, 07:25 PM   #31
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NEW! Hard Case Attachment Kit


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Old 11-30-2013, 07:29 PM   #32
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I saw that plate at the Jackpiner57 Steel Works not so long ago, and it's a very rugged piece of kit. It would make mounting a variety of hard cases much simpler.

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Old 12-11-2013, 04:59 PM   #33
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I saw that plate at the Jackpiner57 Steel Works not so long ago, and it's a very rugged piece of kit. It would make mounting a variety of hard cases much simpler.
They are very rugged and made of stainless steel.
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Old 12-11-2013, 05:00 PM   #34
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I'm now a Mule Pack Panniers dealer. The price for a set of these excellent panniers including their attachment hardware is $439.00 shipping included.

If you need a set of Side Luggage Racks for these, I make them for 189.00 plus 30.00 for the Mule Pack Tabs which allow these panniers to bolt right on with their knobs.

They're not on my website yet, but you can call me at 802-584-3441 or email me at moto-racks@fairpoint.net to order.

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Old 01-24-2014, 09:01 PM   #35
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Visit my website http://www.moto-racks.com and set up your DR650 with luggage racks, bags and Rotopax Fuel Packs!



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Old 05-10-2014, 01:05 AM   #36
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Two questions:

1) what diameter tubing are your side racks? I want to do ortlieb bags which require a 16mm or smaller tubing.

2) did you make the support upgrade for dr650 rear racks? I know you said you would post about it, but haven't seen it yet. I agree with everything others have said.

I really like your products, and look forward to being able to afford them! Hoping the added support will be standard by that time

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Old 05-10-2014, 11:17 AM   #37
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Two questions:

1) what diameter tubing are your side racks? I want to do ortlieb bags which require a 16mm or smaller tubing.

2) did you make the support upgrade for dr650 rear racks? I know you said you would post about it, but haven't seen it yet. I agree with everything others have said.

I really like your products, and look forward to being able to afford them! Hoping the added support will be standard by that time

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Hi Tombo,

Thanks for inquiring about our dual-sport luggage racks. The tube diameter is 3/4", but I can custom fabricate the ring out of 5/8" (16mm) to accommodate the Ortleib QL2 Motorcycle Saddle Bags. I have a set of them myself. I also weld on a couple of stops to prevent the bags from sliding fore and aft. It's a solid setup.

I'll be back in the shop tomorrow if you want to give ma a call.

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Old 05-10-2014, 11:34 AM   #38
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Two questions:

1) what diameter tubing are your side racks? I want to do ortlieb bags which require a 16mm or smaller tubing.

2) did you make the support upgrade for dr650 rear racks? I know you said you would post about it, but haven't seen it yet. I agree with everything others have said.

I really like your products, and look forward to being able to afford them! Hoping the added support will be standard by that time

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Tombo,

I have a DR650 coming into the shop Mon. or Tues. I'll be using the bike for R&D and will be adding a fifth mounting point to the center of the rear fender. Keep an eye on the DR650 page of our website and I'll add it to the description when I'm ready.

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Old 09-04-2014, 11:11 AM   #39
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Hi Tom, I have a DR650 with FMF Q4 exhaust and if I strap a bag down on the rear, I'm afraid the exhaust will burn it, so I'm in the market for a wide and not too expensive rack. I found yours and the other guy's "BBQ rack" - will yours prevent the bag from resting on the exhaust? Do you have any specials or discounts available? The BBQ rack company offers 20% discount for sending a money order. Not sure why but I'll take it!

Also I'd need it in hand by Sept 12 (week from tomorrow) so I can install and have it ready for a big trip the following week. Is that possible? I see your site says 3 weeks for production.

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Old 09-04-2014, 02:56 PM   #40
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Pelican 1520 and 1550 cases are bomber and affordable.
Sea Horse cases even more so as are those Mule Cases you sell.

you need to get some racks now for more adv bikes.

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Old 09-05-2014, 11:25 AM   #41
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slick!!!
Pelican 1520 and 1550 cases are bomber and affordable.
Sea Horse cases even more so as are those Mule Cases you sell.

you need to get some racks now for more adv bikes.
It is a pretty easy and secure setup to install. The Pelican 1430 and 1440 top loaders have been popular lately.

I wish I had more time to develop racks for more models! I am thinking about a way that I can make that happen. Basically, I would do R&D and Sales full time. It may take a while, but I hope to make it happen.

I'm sending you a PM about your excellent maps! I was wondering if your new iOS Maps App will also be Android compatible?
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