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Old 03-13-2009, 02:54 PM   #1
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WR250R WR250X Tail Rack


Currently 3 available.


PLEASE PM ME WITH QUESTIONS. I don't regularly check this thread.




They're done.


$70 shipped USPS Priority Mail in the US. (PM for Paypal info and shipping to other locations.)
(Updated price for the second run, fabricator used 0.160 stock instead of 0.1875 as requested. Still plenty stout.)


Includes: Rack, mounting hardware, and instructions.


Rack is 0.160" 6061 T6 Aluminum, waterjet cut, and powder coated.











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Old 03-29-2009, 09:23 PM   #2
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Currently 3 available.



Is there any way to get one in black?
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Old 04-16-2009, 11:10 AM   #3
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Is there any way to get one in black?

Sorry, no. They are already powder coated.

Thanks,


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Old 06-01-2009, 06:49 PM   #4
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Meester biguns,
Could you provide an image of the mounted rack from the side? I'm curious how high it sits up off the fender. Looks like these will work fine with dirtbagz, yes? Also, could you give the front to back and side to side measurments of the mounting bolts (from center of hole to center of hole)? I've got a little project going and having those measurements will help me decide if I could stack another mount on top of your plate. Thank you, sir!
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Yes, they work great with Dirtbagz. Just finished 1000 miles in four days with three bikes. One had Dirtbagz.

Here is the tail rack and Rotopax rack with Dirtbagz:





Measurements are 2.75" front to rear OC. 1.75" side to side OC. You can confirm that by pulling the fender and looking at the under side. Yamaha has marked the holes to be drilled and you can measure there.






Height above the fender is about 1/4", but can be changed by using different length spacers. How high do you need it?

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Old 12-19-2012, 06:16 AM   #6
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Yes, they work great with Dirtbagz. Just finished 1000 miles in four days with three bikes. One had Dirtbagz.

Here is the tail rack and Rotopax rack with Dirtbagz:





Measurements are 2.75" front to rear OC. 1.75" side to side OC. You can confirm that by pulling the fender and looking at the under side. Yamaha has marked the holes to be drilled and you can measure there.






Height above the fender is about 1/4", but can be changed by using different length spacers. How high do you need it?



Where do I get the Rotopax pannier rack shown in these pics ??
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