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post #1 of 25 Old 06-18-2014, 07:38 PM Thread Starter
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Suzuki V-Strom DL1000/Adventure (2014 and newer) Caribou 40 Liter Side Luggage Pannier System

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**** Update
Purchased the luggage system, pics on page 3

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post #2 of 25 Old 06-19-2014, 12:34 AM
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That link takes me to a pic of some bags with no mention of racks. And I don't see the 14 Vstrom 1000 listed on there website

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post #4 of 25 Old 06-19-2014, 02:44 PM Thread Starter
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Did you just look at the picture?
Read the description and title, all very clear that this is the full system.

Sent them a e-mail, they have the 35l system to, just not up on the site yet.

FEATURES:
- Fits 2014 and newer V-Strom DL1000 and Adventure. Easy to assemble turn-key System complete with cases, side racks, locks, mounting hardware, everything. No drilling or modification to the bike.

- Nearly indestructible SKB cases with a heavy duty watertight O-ring lid seal - will not crack or shatter like hard plastic, will not dent & leak like aluminum luggage. These cases have a limited lifetime guarantee.

- Cases are pre-drilled for optimum performance & safety. Deluxe configuration includes pre-installed waterproof lid locks, lid lanyards, and gear retention straps (if you prefer undrilled cases just ask).

- Caribou quick attach/release system holds the case tightly on the side rack. Locking latch is fully adjustable to account for wear and to keep the system tight and secure forever

- Our latch is outside of the case, no need to open case and unload your gear to access pucks or bolts. It is field replaceable and designed to release the case from the bike in a hard crash thereby protecting the bike's subframe and luggage rack.

- Single key system - the key on the latch is matched to the case lid lock key (Deluxe).

- Super strong Hepco Becker “Lock-It” side luggage racks - the best fit and most durable side racks available. Remove most of the rack in a few short minutes leaving behind small unobtrusive attach plates.

- All mount components are made of high strength powder coated steel. No brittle plastic parts holding the case to the bike.

- Passenger Friendly Design - plenty of room for passenger's legs and feet on passenger peg.

- Narrow 38-39" width across outside of cases at widest point on bike. Total weight is approx. 36 lbs including cases, racks, hardware, and all bracket components

- Case dimensions are approximately External 55.9cm (22") x 47cm (18.5") x 21.6cm (8.5") and Internal 52.1cm (20.5") x 39.4cm (15.5") x 19.6cm (7.7")

- Black cases only

- Includes Photo instructions & phone support Mon-Fri 9-5pm Mountain Time.

-See more product detail in our YouTube video

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The Vee2 panniers are found under the "New Products" section. The racks are said to be included and are the Hepco-Becker quick release type.

Seems to be a good value for racks and cases, particularly when you look/gag at Suzuki's quirky side bag system cost.
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I've wrecked several times with my Caribou cases and it took a direct hit from a Cadillac to take one out. Very happy with them after seven years.

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I'd like to see a few pictures of these on a Vee2.
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I'd like to see a few pictures of these on a Vee2.
I think I will be placing a order this week.
I will post some up when they come in.

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holy expensive shipping to canada.... 100.00$!!!

I have never heard of shipping costing this much.

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holy expensive shipping to canada.... 100.00$!!!

I have never heard of shipping costing this much.
100.00$ is the smallest denomination in the United States, Canadians just don't realize how wealthy we are.

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