F 650 GS/Dakar rear rack ext

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by kildala2000, Nov 30, 2007.

  1. Laser145

    Laser145 Been here awhile

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    I'm also interested in a rear rack for a 2001 Dakar...

    please :D
  2. Molly4006

    Molly4006 n00b

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    My rack and sidestand foot arrived this weekend. They are top-quality pieces, and Rick has been a pleasure with whom to work. Thank you!
  3. yakimushi

    yakimushi Adventurer

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    Just wanted to chime in and add one more voice in favor of a rear rack for earlier model F650GS/Dakar's!
  4. DirtDonna

    DirtDonna Adventurer

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    Here is the Kildala light bar mounted with some LED lights on my new F800gs. Stable, excellent location, and ties in nicely with the line of the bike. Thanks again for the prompt service Rick...... DD :rofl

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  5. DirtDonna

    DirtDonna Adventurer

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    Thanks for the regulator cover and the rear brake reservoir cover.....excellent product. Strongly recommended.....returning customer, had bought for my F650gs and now my F800....... DD :evil

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  6. Jeremy FL

    Jeremy FL Adventurer

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    PM sent about the f650gs rear master cyl guard and the rack.
  7. Cal

    Cal Long timer

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    650 single rad guards look good Rick.
    Sent you money last Thursday hope to see the product in the mail shortly!

    Cal
  8. Woods Rooster

    Woods Rooster Been here awhile

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    I too would be interested in a top rack for an 03 Dakar
  9. chris93372

    chris93372 Adventurer

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    of those looking for a top rack for older model F650GS ('01). Thanks!
  10. pacman6009

    pacman6009 Adventurer

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    Count me in for a 01 top rack.

    Pacman


  11. cec9

    cec9 n00b

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    Interested in the rear rack and skid plate for an '09 g650 gs. How much would that be shipped to 32607?

    Thanks
    Clay
  12. seth

    seth Adventurer

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    Just got my rear rack. Really nice piece of hardware! Only minutes to install. IMHO a must have.

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  13. dcoop

    dcoop Adventurer

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    Rick:

    I received the radiator guards, and they are a joy to behold. The powder coating finish is flawless. Moreover, they installed quickly, as everything fit without any alteration (a rarity in the world of the 2009 G650GS). I think the engineering is great. As you know from your ride to Alaska, we have lots (and lots more) of gravel roads. I had to pry gravel out between the radiator and the front frame. I'm sure I won't have that problem again.

    Thank you for making up some more of these, and getting one to me so quickly. I really appreciate it.

    Dan
  14. Schlug

    Schlug JockeyfullofBourbon

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    Important to note that the rack doesn't fit 2001-2004 Dakars. The grab handles between the 2001-2004's and 2005-2007 are different. The four bolts on top of the 2005's grab handle don't exist on the earlier 2001-2004 model.
  15. Schlug

    Schlug JockeyfullofBourbon

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    put something on and stay in that position.
    PM sent back
  16. DaleC

    DaleC Adventurer

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    Rick,

    Just a quick message to let you know that I received the rear rack extension (F650GS single cylinder) delivered to the UK in superb time and carefully packaged. In fact, it took longer to get the product out of the packaging than to install!

    I would post picks to show the quality of the product but it would only confirm that my rear subframe is bent and I don't want that to reflect on your product :D

    Thanks for the fine product and brilliant service.

    Cheers,
    Dale
  17. seth

    seth Adventurer

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    The rack is the perfect size for a case of beer!

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  18. CyHawk

    CyHawk Been here awhile

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    Got my new rack. Fits great. Minutes to swap and looks good on the Dakar. Rick was easy to work with and provides great customer service.

    One thing I mentioned to Rick was my Rok Strap buckles are a tight squeeze through the holes in the rack, but can work. He's going to get a set and test the sizing. The rack does a great job for strapping bags down for my commute. Keeps things nicely above the hot exhaust.

    BMW F650gs and Dakar owners should look at this.

    CyHawk
  19. Lasermaster

    Lasermaster Been here awhile

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    Thanks!
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  20. Lasermaster

    Lasermaster Been here awhile

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    That's a set if the non-adjustable Rok Straps. Great product and the perfect companion to your rear extension rack. The non-adjustable version comes in handy when used to strap down a bag or load that is a predictable or consistent size.

    I always carry that OR compression sack you see in the photo. I keep my sleeping bag, Therm-a-rest and clothes in there. With the combination of your rack and the Rok Straps, it's quick and easy to snap on or off, and it's very secure.