With the exception of a rare second-hand set of Hepco-Becker or Givis, I couldn't find any pannier racks for my Steamer; even then, they were massively expensive. I knew I wanted to run hard cases on this bike, so I was going to need a custom setup. I sourced some Seahorse 720 waterproof cases on the recommendation of a fellow inmate, and enlisted a few friends to help me with fabrication and assembly. In progress: My welder's ADV salute. Get back to work! We used 1/2" EMT galvanized tubing for the hoops, and higher-strength 3/4" 16 gauge mild steel for the struts. Two struts tie to the OEM aluminum top rack bolts, (which I'm not using, as it's massively heavy) one to the passenger footpeg brackets, and a removable support bar across the back. And mounted the boxes: I'm going to have to remember that they are, in fact, 3" wider than my handlebars and not get myself into any tight squeezes! Here's the mount setup. L brackets at the top and bottom, clamps to the hoop with a knob. The top bracket will have a lock-plate that bends over the bracket to hold the box in position. The "pucks" themselves are a plastic building material, bolted on with t-nuts and fender washers on the inside. All they need now are some stickers!