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Old 05-09-2013, 09:59 AM   #1
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Coyotetrips - Aluminum Panniers and Top Boxes, powder coated

Hi together,

My name is Stefan and I produce and sell powder coated aluminum panniers and top boxes near Portland, Oregon. All boxes are usually in stock and I ship them within the US as well as worldwide, and local pickups are welcome.

I'm a one man shop and this is not my main job, in real life I'm a mechanical engineer. So, if you want to pick up a box it has to be either after 6:30pm or on the weekend.

I don't make racks, but my boxes work on nearly all racks like Touratech, Wolfman and Happy Trail. With an adapter you can as well use Givi racks and even keep the quick connect.

Below I'll post some photos and descriptions of my products, but you can also have a look at my website for more photos and details: http://www.coyotetrips.com

On some of the photos the powder coating looks blue(ish) or dark grey, but that's NOT how they are, I need to get a new camera and take new photos! The actual color of the powder coating is a light grey. The best photos for color reference are the ones with the KLR.




- 40 liter pannier, 460 x 230 x 380 mm (18" x 9" x 15")
- 33 liter pannier, 460 x 190 x 380 mm (18" x 7.5" x 15")
- 36 liter top box, 400 x 300 x 300 mm (16" x 12" x 12")
- 1.6 mm (1/16") thick aluminum (Zega panniers are 1.5mm), completely welded, not only glued or riveted
- material doubled around bottom and around top for additional strength
- lid with four loops to fasten additional luggage
- two toggle latches, which can be locked with a small padlock each (sold separately for $4 each, keyed alike)
- 3M closed cell foam gasket in the lid makes the aluminum box completely waterproof
- the gasket being in the lid protects it from being damage while loading/unloading the boxes
- all attachment parts (loops, latches, and screws) are made of stainless steel
- light weight, only 3.5 kg (8 lbs.) for the 40 liter pannier and 3 kg (7 lbs.) for the 33 liter pannier and the top box







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Old 05-09-2013, 10:01 AM   #2
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PA40 - 40 liter pannier with lift off lid - $230 each + shipping ($20 within lower 48 states)




PA40H - 40 liter pannier with hinged lid -$245 each + shipping ($20 within lower 48 states)




PA33 - 33 liter pannier with lift off lid - $230 each + shipping ($20 within lower 48 states)




PA33H - 33 liter pannier with hinged lid - $245 each + shipping ($20 within lower 48 states)




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TB36 - 36 liter top box with lift off lid - $230 each + shipping ($20 within lower 48 states)





TB36H - 36 liter top box with hinged lid - $245 each + shipping ($20 within lower 48 states)





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Old 05-09-2013, 10:06 AM   #4
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Top Box Adapter Plate for KLR650 1987-2007 - anodized, with quick release, lockable - $90 + shipping
The adapter plate comes with all needed stainless steel mounting hardware.



Top Box Adapter Plate for KLR650 2008-2013 - anodized, with quick release, lockable - $100 + shipping
The adapter plate comes with all needed stainless steel mounting hardware.





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TB20 - 20 liters Top Box with lift off lid - $200 each in bare aluminum, $220 each in powder coat (black or silver/grey)
+ shipping ($20 within lower 48 states)



Thanks for reading through this looong post, or at least looking at the pictures

And please feel free to contact me with any questions you might have, related to my boxes or not.

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F800GS with hinged 33 liter panniers

Thanks Ken for mailing these photos, looks great!

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One full set of two panniers, topcase, quick release adapter plate for KLR650 and padlocks is shipping today to Illinois, thanks Mike and have fun travelling!
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Sold a set of panniers for a 500+ hp trike , can't wait to see photos of this monster machine. Even though it's not really ADV, but it certainly is a adventure to ride it. I'll post the pics as soon as I have them.

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Here the promised photos of the V8 trike with two of my top cases . That's just crazy and not really my cup of tea, but doesn't look that bad at all.
Congratulations to Lew in Montana, great job!


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One set of 33 liter panniers is on its way to Seattle, WA. Thank you Cindy. They will look great on your F650.
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20 liters Top Cases are availabe again, now in 3 colors

TB20 - 20 liters Top Box with lift off lid - $200 each in bare aluminum, $220 each in powder coat (black or silver/grey)
+ shipping ($20 within lower 48 states)

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Stefan - I didn't see an option for the TB36 top box in bare aluminum. What is the cost for that?
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Stefan - I didn't see an option for the TB36 top box in bare aluminum. What is the cost for that?
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Hi Greg,
At this point the TB36 as well as the panniers are available only in silver-gray powder coated.
I could make it in bare aluminum as a custom top case, but that would be more expensive.
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Ok, so it's more expensive without the powder coating... got it thanks

Guess I'll be going with the TB20 then
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Ok, so it's more expensive without the powder coating... got it thanks
Greg,
Of course not, but all the TB36's and panniers that I have in stock are powder coated. If I make one new box without powder coating it is just more expensive than making 20 or so at a time, with or without coating, that's why.
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