MTD Aluminum Panniers and Pannier kits

Discussion in 'OZ Vendors & Flea Market' started by lockyv7, Jul 8, 2012.

  1. lockyv7

    lockyv7 Long timer

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  2. twinrider

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    Very nice. Any idea what shipping would run to Yokohama Japan?
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  3. lockyv7

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    I will find out tomorrow ,
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  4. twinrider

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    Great, that's an ideal width for all the lane-splitting we have to do here.
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  5. ckjackson1

    ckjackson1 High Country Red Neck

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    Currently in the market for. New bike, once I finally decide wha to buy I will certainly get my order in.

    Had Précis and his family up for a couple of days the other week and checked his out on the Aprillia Capo - have to say these panniers and boxes are sensational!!
    They are a credit to you locky, keep up the good work and well talk soon once I have outplayed some cash on the new bike........
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  6. lockyv7

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    OK, freight to Japan will cost you $250.00 for a kit with 2 panniers a set of pannier frames and pannier mount kit. If you want to track it and thats maybe not a bad idea it will cost you $280.00

    That silver set like on the 1200GS is a one off set thats not my normal powdercoat and was a mixup so i have one set that colour. there $1045.00 for the kit.
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  7. twinrider

    twinrider pass the catnip

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    Thanks for checking. Would love to have these but the shipping puts them beyond my budget.
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  8. ckjackson1

    ckjackson1 High Country Red Neck

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    Hey there.

    Can you do a set or Pannier Frames and rack for a 1998 Yamaha Tenere 660 - in the process of a resto and will be taking it on Scrapheap ADV ride at Easter so need to get some sorted???
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  9. squizzy

    squizzy Been here awhile

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    Hi Locky, bought some Yukon 2 panniers off you a while ago, good stuff! Bought a new bike and wondering if you have done a rack for it . BMW G650GS Xcountry (not the xchallenge), not many around but I thought I would ask. If not, is it possible to buy the loops that you make your frames out of. I would be after 3 loops.
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  10. Grumpster

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    Hi Locky

    Looking to fit a set of Darr boxes to a '95 BMW R1100gs - wondering if you did a set of frames to fit this bike?
    Not looking for rack just the frames and brace.

    Thanks
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  11. lockyv7

    lockyv7 Long timer

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    I can build a set of pannier frames for your bike but i need the bike for a day.
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  12. lockyv7

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    I have pannier frames for the G650GS, like the old F650GS or the Serato but nothing for the Xcountry .
    The loops will cost you $45.00 each. e-mail me at lachlan@mtdtours you may need 16mm tube for the old moto-sport panniers.
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  13. lockyv7

    lockyv7 Long timer

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    I have a set of these frames i made, they may need a little opening of the mounting holes as they can be a tight fit at times and a bike that has been used for 18 years may not be as it came from the factory.
    E-Mail me at lachlan@mtdtours.com
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  14. At adventure

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    Hi Locky

    Have you made any fames and panniers to fit this yet? I like the close cropped look of your kit.

    Regards
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  15. lockyv7

    lockyv7 Long timer

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    Yes, be a week or two away, will have the holan kits plus my own.
    $1250.00 Holan kit
    $1095.00 MTD Classic kit
    $945.00 MTD Basic kit

    These will all use stainless pannier frames.


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    Hey Locky,

    Do you do anything for a 2009 Klr 650 ? I do not want soft gear as it all blows and after about 1000 klms I destroy them. Any suggestions ?
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  19. lockyv7

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    I will PM you my e-mail address.
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  20. Sand Goanna

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    How about a 650 Transalp?
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