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Old 07-22-2014, 06:54 PM   #196
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Nomada for 990 ADV

Hey Jason,
I am looking for a pannier system for my 990 ADV and just spotted your cases. Do you have available 45l at this moment and is the powder coating done also from inside of the cases? What is the difference between the pro and non-pro version - on your web there are last four photos showing the non-pro version and I kind of like it?
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Old 07-24-2014, 06:10 AM   #197
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Hey Radim - thanks for your interest! Although I don't happen to have a 990 system in stock at the moment, it's not a problem to pre-order one for you. Cases are powdercoated both inside and out if you select the optional full powdercoating.

We have typically only brought in the Pro II panniers as there is very little difference in price between the Pro and standard models. The standard panniers have a more squared-off lid and floor versus the beveled top/bottom of the Pro, and (if I recall correctly), don't have the new hinging latches which allow you to tilt the lid open from either end. If you are interested in the standard panniers, let me know and I'd be happy to check availability and get you a price.

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Old 07-24-2014, 09:00 AM   #198
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Hi Jason,
Thank you for your fast response! How quickly can you get the Pro II or Non-Pro panniers? What is ths price for Non-Pro? I am leaving for a long bike trip at the end of September and would like to have the panniers with me around mid of August.
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Old 08-03-2014, 06:16 PM   #199
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What other pictures do you have of this swingarm guard? I am curious how far back it protects the swingarm underneath. Ideally, this covers everything. How does this affect final drive fluid changes - must this guard be removed?

Some shots of the underside may really entice me to ditch my current guard!

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Designed by DS Bike Protection to fit the R1200GS and Adventure, this final drive guard/skidplate will protect your final drive from damage.
  • Protects your final drive from damage on the trail.
  • Laser cut from 4mm aluminum with rubber inserts to cushion direct contact with the final drive.
  • Installs easily with included hardware
  • The black nylon crash bung/slider is available separately
R1200GS / Adventure Final Drive Guard - $59.99 -

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Old 08-04-2014, 06:37 AM   #200
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What other pictures do you have of this swingarm guard? I am curious how far back it protects the swingarm underneath. Ideally, this covers everything. How does this affect final drive fluid changes - must this guard be removed?

Some shots of the underside may really entice me to ditch my current guard!
Hi SpeedySteve - I don't have a GS1200 with one mounted currently, but will definitely send you some pics of the guard itself. Removal and install is pretty simple using the included hardware...a long screw is used to insert the T-fitting in the drive housing and hold it in place while a shorter screw is installed in the second hole and snugged down. When that one is tight, the long screw is removed and a second shorter screw is installed in it's place.
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