Hey guys! First post in the garage. I've been wanting some hard panniers for my TW for some time now. I don't like what Cyclerack offers as far as supports so I decided to make my own. I got the idea from a gentleman on the TW200 forum, so I can't take the credit for the idea. Started off with some rusty old 1" square tubing that was laying around my dads shop for a few years. It attaches to the Cyclerack using 4 j-bolts that I run through 1/2" square tubing and then I use lock washers and wingnuts on the bottom side. No tools to attach/remove. (NOTE: I didn't weld them with the aerosol can sitting there ) Used rubberized car undercarriage coating instead of paint. Figured that would hold up a little better over the long run. So far so good. Attached the two Seahorse SE520's to it. Got it all loaded up and ready for the 400 mile journey that I took this past weekend. It survided, SUCCESS! So when it was all said and done it came out to $130 INCLUDING the cases! That includes a $6 3' piece of 1/2" square tubing that I only used 4" of, and a 1/4" Dewalt drill bit that was $6 (my 1/4" bits seem to always disappear :huh). Not too shabby, eh?