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post #1 of 14 Old 04-22-2017, 04:40 AM Thread Starter
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Question for Givi Trekker Outback owners.

OK, does the cam rack for the Outback Trekkers hold the bags even distance on both sides of the bike? so from the rear are they even?? Anyone with these bags able to post a pic??

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post #2 of 14 Old 04-22-2017, 11:57 AM
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Yes. Both bags are the same distance from center. There are good pix online. Available from vendors or google image search.
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Good images online-with dimensions. Available from the vendors or google image search.
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Anyone with these bags able to post a pic??
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Oh that looks nice. What is the outside width.. 40"?

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What is the outside width.. 40"?
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WOW, what a great site... thanks for the info and Pics!!! (I like pics) So anyone with the bags travel 2 up?? Do the 37L work ok with a wife on board???
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I have the Kappa K-Venture 37l, same as Outback, my daughter rode on the back to her last soccer game and had some trouble getting her legs on the pegs with the bags there, but once seated she was fine. Her MX boots looks huge on her skinny ass legs.
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These cases ride pretty high. There's a post by ravetech that shows how to make some lowering plates. Very easy to do.Easier to step over and more room for the passenger. I think it drops them about 1 1/4".
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Is that the Outback 42 in the photo?
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