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Offline JT

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Wanted: R1200 Adv Pannier Rack support bar
« on: October 03, 2019, 09:14:39 am »
Hey everyone,

Not sure what you call it... best I have is the pannier rack support bar... the bar that runs between the pannier frames. The previous owner took it off... probably because it is in the way of the exhaust.

Does anyone have one? I am currently in the Pretoria area... if someone can help. Thanks!
 

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Re: Wanted: R1200 Adv Pannier Rack support bar
« Reply #1 on: October 03, 2019, 01:20:51 pm »
Hey everyone,

Not sure what you call it... best I have is the pannier rack support bar... the bar that runs between the pannier frames. The previous owner took it off... probably because it is in the way of the exhaust.

Does anyone have one? I am currently in the Pretoria area... if someone can help. Thanks!

No, he possibly took it off because it kept breaking the hugger off.  I only have the full frame set.  It you don't come right, let me know.  I can make you one.
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Re: Wanted: R1200 Adv Pannier Rack support bar
« Reply #2 on: October 03, 2019, 01:32:41 pm »
Hey everyone,

Not sure what you call it... best I have is the pannier rack support bar... the bar that runs between the pannier frames. The previous owner took it off... probably because it is in the way of the exhaust.

Does anyone have one? I am currently in the Pretoria area... if someone can help. Thanks!

No, he possibly took it off because it kept breaking the hugger off.  I only have the full frame set.  It you don't come right, let me know.  I can make you one.

Thats why you remove the hugger.....  :biggrin:
We bought one from ACME a while back too......
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Re: Wanted: R1200 Adv Pannier Rack support bar
« Reply #3 on: October 03, 2019, 04:36:25 pm »
Hey everyone,

Not sure what you call it... best I have is the pannier rack support bar... the bar that runs between the pannier frames. The previous owner took it off... probably because it is in the way of the exhaust.

Does anyone have one? I am currently in the Pretoria area... if someone can help. Thanks!

No, he possibly took it off because it kept breaking the hugger off.  I only have the full frame set.  It you don't come right, let me know.  I can make you one.

Thats why you remove the hugger.....  :biggrin:
We bought one from ACME a while back too......

But if you move the rear bar to the outside behind the mounting tabs it resolves the breaking hugger issue.   8)
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