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post #1 of 6 Old 04-22-2010, 08:36 PM Thread Starter
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Givi E45 Cases

I just ordered some Givi E45N cases to use as side cases and I just now thought about it and I dont see if they will work with the normal Givi PL532 mounting bracket you use for side cases..

Do I need to modify these or will they work on the PL532 side rack?
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post #2 of 6 Old 04-22-2010, 08:39 PM
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They will fit with no issue.

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They will fit with no issue.
Nice! I should beable to haul 2 weeks worth of groceries on my wee now

That is the only time I drive a car is grocery night.
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I run a V46 top with teh E45s, and love teh setup. Originally had E21s, and bought 45s for longer trips. I have ended up leaving the 45s on full time.I went to Target and bought two Eddie Bauer oduffle bags, that are a perfect fit for the 45s, and make it easier to pack for trips.

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I run a V46 top with teh E45s, and love teh setup. Originally had E21s, and bought 45s for longer trips. I have ended up leaving the 45s on full time.I went to Target and bought two Eddie Bauer oduffle bags, that are a perfect fit for the 45s, and make it easier to pack for trips.
I was about to go with the E36 but for 2 dollars more and 9 more liters per box I couldn't pass it up, I use my bike as I would a car so I know I would be kicking myself for passing up more storage in the long run.
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Here are a couple of pics of my Vee with teh 45s attached.





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