DR650SE Index Topic #14 LUGGAGE & RACKS, ACCESSORIES

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by Krusty ..., Nov 11, 2010.

  1. GsVs

    GsVs Goin' Somewhere

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    Check out link below in Vendors for availability .

    http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=916478

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    Jared made a custom Billet Alum. plate to mount up a windsceen for my DR a while back, so when I found out he was designing a Rear Rack for the DR650SE I told him I would buy one from his first batch.

    The DR650SE “Scaggs” Rear Rack really does have tons of functionality, as well as the 5 point mounting for strength.

    If you need a Hard Top Case … just buy a Givi lug kit …
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    and pop on a Givi Monokey Top case. …
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    Want to switch to a soft Tailbag, just pop off the Givi case and strap on the Tailbag … for most soft tailbags you will not need to remove the Givi lugs ….
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    A nice touch is that the slots on the rack are large enough that most 1” strap CLIPS will fit through …
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    To mount a RotoPAX tank, just bolt the RotoPAX mount using the 6mm tapped holes …. The front givi lugs can stay attached, but the rear will have to be removed to mount up the RotoPAX tank.
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    Lots of options !

    Yada .. Yada … Yada … no affiliation with Jared, just a happy customer
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  2. eakins

    eakins Butler Maps

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    love the functionality and range of adaptability of that rack!
    looks beefy strong and that 5th center bolt point is key to help off-set the weak left rear mount point.
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  3. eakins

    eakins Butler Maps

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  4. mxsnow

    mxsnow Adventurer

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    Just got my Scaggs rack installed,very nice and heavy duty with the 5 mount system and Givi/Rotopax ready.
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  5. jungleplant

    jungleplant Motorcyle & Jeep Stuff

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  6. eakins

    eakins Butler Maps

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  7. jungleplant

    jungleplant Motorcyle & Jeep Stuff

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    Iam really liking my dr, its the least i could for the old gal :lol3
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  8. nzrian

    nzrian renegade master

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  9. trailrider383

    trailrider383 867-5309

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    I bought a tubing bender and made my own convertible rear rack, pannier frames and tool tube mount.

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    Day trip setup.

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    I'm going to have another bag made to fit in this empty space inside. It will still be there when I add the bigger panniers for camping. I'll add pics to this thread when I have it finished.

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    Add these for a wider rack to hold the duffle bag for camping.

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    EDIT: Here is the bag I had made to fit in the empty space on the left side.

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    I used this waterproof food container that fills up about 80 % of the bag.

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  10. nzrian

    nzrian renegade master

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  11. Dazig

    Dazig Adventurer

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    Nice racks. I like the fact you placed the left rack an equal distance from the center line of the bike. Offsetting the racks to one side or the other just looks weird.
    I have rebuilt mine a couple of times and during the winter I intend to scratch build a completely new set-up. In the open space between the frame and inside of the panner I carry my 1 gallon Rotopax. It's well protected tucked in behind the panner. A couple of unplanned test drops confirmed the safe location. My next rebuild will move the tool tube and relocate the racks about 4 inches to the rear.
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    I bought a tubing bender and made my own convertible rear rack, pannier frames and tool tube mount.


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    Add these for a wider rack to hold the duffle bag for camping.

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    I used this waterproof food container that fills up about 80 % of the bag.

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  12. jungleplant

    jungleplant Motorcyle & Jeep Stuff

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    Very nice , lotta work huh, after copying the original BBQ rack , we decided to make a compromise and call it good enough
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  13. GirlDR

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