K-drive panniers

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    While looking around for a set of k-drive panniers after selling my old set to JR when I sold my old M109R, I found a supplier in Penrith who offers a pretty good price for the complete set up eg bolts, brackets etc.

    I've organised for a set from these guys at a great price of $580 delivered.

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    nice. doesn't mention the mounts ?
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    I verbally checked mounts etc with the guy on the phone
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    Just took a set of my bikes last weekend,that price I'd very good
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    Hey 109er... How are the saddle bags & brackets, etc ???

    Interested in a pair so starting to look.
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    I have a set
    of panniers for sale but no bracket
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    I have the Kdrive bags and find them excellent.
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    I have a complete set including sevond set and sissy bar
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    Pics please... :)

    Deciding whether to go the hard pannier route or the leather... They won't be on the bike often, only if I go away (Jindabyne, etc) or need to carry stuff
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    I have the kdrive bags as well, find them very good. only time they get water in them is in a torrential downpour.
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    I like them too ..... Makes life very easy .....

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    :threadjacked:

    K Drive Panniers are awesome ................... not real big but easy Quick release on and off ....... :bigthumbsup:
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    Mmmm me likes me needs a set
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    Hopper I have some mounts that would fit your bike and are bibble brand stainless steel and quick release . I had them on my boulevard and then on my Rocket, I even have the old soft vinyl bags I used with them. I’ll get you a picture and se if your interested.
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    Dave sweet, I’ll grab them mate , it’s a start at least a bank details and I’ll pop in some cash .
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    Come on man, he s said he would send a pic, at least wait until you see them before buying. Your just a bloody border and you haven't even got anywhere to store them.
    :roflmao::roflmao:
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    I’ve got under my bed for them, I like bibble bar products .
    Shut up and pull my tank off.
    More reading I do more scary I’m getting .
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    Who's pulling who's "tank" off? :congrats:
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    Rick is ripping it off lol
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    Is that Vic code for something?
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