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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    Hey Ed, how's the foot going is it healing ok.
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  2. Eddywoodgo

    Eddywoodgo two wheeled nomad

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    On mend thanks Locky.
    Surgery to remove some screws happened 11 days.
    Im planning on riding south again, leaving cairns friday 25th all going well with foot.
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  3. ICatrack

    ICatrack n00b

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    Hi Locky. Just wanted to say I!m really loving my panniers. Did some seriously dusty tracks the around Lightning Ridge the other day and it was great to pull out my gear all clean. The quality of the whole setup is excellent and they look great too. Thanks mate.

    Any update on the 1200gs crash bars?

    Cheers,

    Oliver
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  4. lockyv7

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    I have a shipment of parts arriving today or Monday and he crash bars may be in there, its a bit like I have to take what is available at times so not sure.
    Locky.
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  5. speed_racer

    speed_racer Been here awhile

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    Locky,
    Im surprised with your talents with the box building that your not designing and welding your own racks these days or are you?
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  6. twinrider

    twinrider pass the catnip

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    I'm liking these new panniers. Is there anyway to get a Super Tenere set to me in Yokohama Japan for cheaper than the $280 you quoted me earlier?
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  7. At adventure

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    Locky I am loving the bullet proof classic panniers I got from you for the new WC GS. What is that fuel system you have strapped on the back of the pannier and do you sell them? Cheers AB
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  8. lockyv7

    lockyv7 Long timer

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    I think we can work something out, I will PM you about it.
    cheers locky.
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  9. lockyv7

    lockyv7 Long timer

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    I do sell the 3lt fuel bottle and rack with straps but right now I only have one rack here and no bottles, last order I placed I asked for 6 sets and receiver two and there gone, I get what I can.
    I have a few of the single and double bottle holders here.
    $32.00 Single bottle holder with straps
    $42.00 Double bottle holder with straps
    $70.00 Fuel bottle 3lt with mounting bracket and straps

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  10. lockyv7

    lockyv7 Long timer

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    Leave for Thailand for a month on Friday 15-11-2013 for some riding, (may even do some on a bike this time) I will be back on the 16th December and will be taking a list of what I have in stock and my trusty lap-top so can still keep up with things as best I can. If someone needs luggage I should be able to arrange it to pick up or send out as soon as I get home, also have a shit load made to get to the powder coater before I go so its ready when I get home.


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  11. tripodtiger

    tripodtiger Off riding around on bitumen circles.

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    G'day Locky,
    I've just scored an '02 Tiger 955i and looking to get some panniers - I've been told by my wife I need to do it 'properly', not just make do with some soft bags & a half arsed support frame.

    Can you help?
    I note the one in teh snap above doesn't have a cut out for the pipe. Does width then become an issue?
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  12. lockyv7

    lockyv7 Long timer

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    Hey T-tiger, am up country Thailand right now and will be home around the 16th December. Give me a call then or i will PM you when i am back.
    Cheers.
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  13. tripodtiger

    tripodtiger Off riding around on bitumen circles.

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    I did read that you're os until mid December. Hope you're having a fantastic trip.

    I've sent you a PM that you can worry about in a few days time. Life's too short to be distracted from fun by other people. Worry about work at work. Actually, try not to worry about work (advice that is easy to give, very difficult to practice).


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  14. Andy_P

    Andy_P Been here awhile

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    Locky, I got to drop up on the explorer in the new year and get some panniers/boxes fitted. Happy to leave the bike with you if you need to experiment, although I think last time I was up there you said you had something. I would prefer the solid steel frames you make, and also want your boxes if at all possible.
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  15. dirtsurfer

    dirtsurfer Thread killer

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    Hi Locky

    Do you make frames to fit the mono R80 G/S?

    thanks

    Max
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  16. lockyv7

    lockyv7 Long timer

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    Hi Max, I have made up some custom frames for the R80ST's and the R100GS's but they were just one off sets and nothing that I have bothered to build jig's for. To do anything I would need the bike for a few days, PM me if your interested

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  17. lockyv7

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    Andy, I have just got some new tie down loops so have two different styles now, the silver ones and some lower profile sets that can be mounted on the bevelled angles of the lids and not protrude past the width of the lid. these will look cool on your Explorer.

    Cheers locky.





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  18. tripodtiger

    tripodtiger Off riding around on bitumen circles.

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    Locky supplied me with a pair of 'new style' panniers (double bevel) to attach to the Hepco & Becker pannier frames I bought from Moto Adventure Products.

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    The locks have been fitted & the line up /protection tape removed since the photos.

    Happy with the result, now just have to find time to use them. Like next week :thumb

    Thanks Locky!

    One last comment, my wife was watching & listening from the sideline and she commented on Locky's first rate customer service.


    EDIT;
    I went to Phillip Island last week. The lid stooe up pretty well to being shed at 100km/h and crashing onto the bitumen. Few scars but it fits fine.
    :shog - maybe this icon should just be attached to everything I do?
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  19. nevgriff64

    nevgriff64 ɹǝpun uʍop ɯoɹɟ buıppoɯ Super Moderator

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    Lochie, check your PMs mate. :wave
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  20. lockyv7

    lockyv7 Long timer

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    Fitted up a set of these 38lt panniers to a Triumph Explorer 1200 today.

    225mm wide

    845mm Total width.


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