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post #51 of 60 Old 09-23-2014, 01:34 AM
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I use some soft panniers and they work really well. I think they're called first time panniers made by oxford. Always been a fan of oxford products - they're very universal. Got some oxford heated grips on my zuma too!
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FWIW, GIVI-USA has now made the PL3103 pannier rack and the SR3103 topcase rack available for sale in the US. I ordered them, along with the e21 sidecases and the e450 topcase from Adventure Motostuff's GW250 page GW250. They are in NV; free shipping but 8-12 weeks to deliver.
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Here are some textile side bags, on backwards!








Note the strap across the seat! This should be on the back! Not under your butt.
Hi Guys,

Any idea where I could get some decent Soft side bags and the mounting rack for them. Kinda tired of carrying a backpack all the time.

Also how much of a disturbance would this be to the pillion passenger ?

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These look like good quality and good price. I've seen them discounted to $79. You can get the matching tail bag and tank bag for another $100. Full set for $180 is not bad.
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Have ordered Givi sideracks for GW250, Givi part # is PL 3103 should be in their next order [10 -14 days] CMS
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Do remember that to use the PL3103 pannier rack you need the SR3103 rack first.
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post #57 of 60 Old 01-19-2015, 11:16 PM
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Got the top rack . I wonder what the threaded sides supports were used for, now I know. cms
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This is the set-up on a friend's bike for his recent 500-km trip. He is the owner of a local motorcycle luggage company and uses his own products. I already got a convertible tail bag and tank bag from him, and am planning to get his side bags next.

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Hi where i can buy this hard case sides? I am from India but will be travelling to US west coast for couple of months. If u know a buyer, please let me know.
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Kriega Tail-pack

Pros: good quality kit, truly waterproof: you can carry it around; as a
shoulder bag.

Cons: can't be secured to the bike: lots of straps and buckles to do up
(one out of view hooks around the the pillion grab handle).
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