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Dual sport motorcycle luggage mounts.
Hatch McAllister in Washington
First of all, I love SWMotech racks and run them on my bikes but this kit is for the older style (flat/sheet) Quicklock Sideracks not the newer (EVO) tubular framed ones. The part number for this part is kft.00.152.105. To fit the newer EVO racks you (and I) need: kft.00.152.205Read All Reviews
Narottama in OR
These have been on my KLR for a few thousand miles. I'm happy with them. I did have to bend a part or two, to make fitment more correct. there is a small issue with one of the welds, seemed to have missed a spot, but its holding up well. I'm sure more expensive racks have better finish and fitment, but for the price and how they are holding up so far, I'd recommend then to the budget minded folks. I have a set of Pelican cases attached to them and am happy with this setup.Read All Reviews
Ken in QLD
Hi, The Givi E250 Plate arrived today, 5 days, great service. Just to let you know that the plate fits a 2013 Triumph Trophy SE with out any drilling. Can now swap out the Monokey top box between bikes. Thanks, Ken.Read All Reviews
Mark in VA
The first thing i noticed about the rack upon opening the package was that it was larger than i had expected. Its capacity however is (per the sticker) only 5 lbs. The rack is a decent option if you want to relocate your rear turn signals (it requires, and has mounts for, about 2"rearward and 1.5" upward). Installation was not quite bolt on. You will need to remove the seat, both side panels, the turn signals and disconnect the wiring, remove the oem handholds, remove rear fender, drill two holes in the fender and pull like heck to get it lined up on all four bolt holes on the fender frame. be sure to get some Loctite for the bolts when installing.Read All Reviews