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  • Suzuki Rear Rack & Tool Box Set

    Suzuki Rear Rack & Tool Box Set

    Jennifer in ME

    Great Rack

    This factory rack is a perfect fit. The color matches the frame. It is built well, installs super easy, and looks like it is meant to be there. It has good tie down points. I also appreciate the tool relocation box that hangs off the side. It fits the standard tool kit and allows more room in my rack bag for other items. Overall great product.

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  • Suzuki V-Strom Center Stand

    Suzuki V-Strom Center Stand

    Keith in Utah

    Center Stand

    Definitely reccomend this part, even if just to lube chain every 1,000K (600 miles). Helps keep big luggage case (2 Helmets) flat for easier loading. Excellent fit. Friend installed in about 20 minutes (he used to put bikes together about 30 years ago.) Will need spring tool (looks like Sheperd's Crook). Took about 10 minutes to stretch double spring even with grease. Does slide about an inch when pushing off. Have not not tried in gravel or hot asphalt just concrete.

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  • Suzuki Rear Rack

    Suzuki Rear Rack

    Mark in VA

    good for strapping down light items like a jacket

    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.

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