Remember: I bought mine after seeing yours and getting your reviews. So really, I'm backing you up.I bought mine through Twisted Throttle so I can't help you there.
I can back up Tom, the side racks are sturdy.
Heh Tom, I can corrupt anyone...make them spend money !Remember: I bought mine after seeing yours and getting your reviews. So really, I'm backing you up.
btw: you got to do something about your job. I don't think i saw you at al this year (maybe the annual april run briefly? Weren't you goign to come down and try on my Frogg Toggs for size?)
btw * 2: didn't I get my Corbin after sitting on your corbin?
I have a buddy with a Wee in Burlington who has the Motech quick release side case supports. I am pretty sure he would allow a viewing.Anyone in the Niagara Falls area have motech pannier racks I could look at before purchasing...thanks
I wouldn't mind seeing the SW Motech and Pelican setup. I already have the pelican's and was going to make rack's but I like the sound of the SW Motech's. My step daughter lives in Hamilton so that would work when we go to visit. Is the bike in storage over the winter?I have a buddy with a Wee in Burlington who has the Motech quick release side case supports. I am pretty sure he would allow a viewing.
Is that close enough?
He has Pelican cases on them.
Pictures would be nice!2tall ,
I just recently installed the SW Motech quick lock mounts . There is a new and improved design over even a fairly recent design . I like mine tons . They are pretty awesome . But I didn't use the pelican cases I thought I originally wanted . My thoughts were first ont eh peliocan 1440 because they top load . I went with a different aluminum pannier set up . I found some Studebakers for $293 shipped . They rock . Never the less , the new SW mounts are by far different . It is not the way they attach to the bike . It is the plate that the boxes mount to . Tons touhger than the ones in the past .