Finally got around to installing the Zana International pannier racks (saddle stays) and GPS holder. I ordered the parts from India on June 30th and the parts were delivered July 9th. I was pleasantly surprised at the speedy delivery from India. The racks seem well made, solid, with a somewhat rough powder coated finish. I don’t mean that in a negative light, the finish is good and the friction of the finish means you can mount bags and ties without slippage. The hardware appears to be stainless steel and good quality. Included instructions for the rack were lacking as they did not provide detail for the lower mounting points. A quick Youtube search revealed a couple of how-to videos that were helpful. The frustrating issue I had was not with the rack but with removing the bolts from underneath the seat in the wheel well. The rack is supported by an attachment bar that uses spacers and replacement bolts to attach to the existing threaded inserts in the wheel well. The first bolt came out slowly but was tight during the entire removal. The bolt was covered in red loctite. The second I stripped after attempting to be extremely careful. The socket head of the hex head bolts are too shallow and have far too much loctite. The bolt was so tight that a bolt extractor simply turned the threaded insert. I finally gave up on removal and just drilled right through the insert into the seat. I cut out part of the rear tool holder area under the seat to get to the hole I drilled to attach a locknut. Luckily I happened to dead-center a metal support brace when I drilled through so the improvised attachment point will be sturdy. The only other real issue I had in installation was that the right rack lower mounting pount utilizes the exhaust can bolt and attaches on the inside (frame side). The bolt was much too short due to the bend on the rack attachment point. I removed the metal grommet spacer/cover on both sides to get the rack on. I intend to get a longer bolt and reinstall eventually. The GPS mount is a quick install. Once again, Youtube is a good resource to make installation quick. The mount does have some flex as it is mounted to plastic but a short test ride revealed no problems. I had a QuadLock mount to attach to the GPS mount bar but it was too small. In the interim I used a Ram ball mount and attached the QuadLock phone mount with a vibration dampener and a magnetic charger. I attached a few photos….next up, purchasing some bags.