Not exactly bike porn, but can someone tell me what these are for?

DuncanMcG

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Oh! I see the OEM panniers. That's what I thought but until I located the installation instructions...
 

ATmartin

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I don't think I'm obtuse, but I have looked everywhere to find out what these slots are for. Anyone
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It’s for the OEM cases


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Nacademus

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Honestly, I don't think a lot of AT owners are impressed with the cost and durability of the stock panniers.

I sourced aftermarket racks and they're super solid-like a rear crash bar. I'm glad I did. I could get the racks and some cheap panniers for less than just buying the oem panniers cost. Just something to consider.
 

BobSill

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Honestly, I don't think a lot of AT owners are impressed with the cost and durability of the stock panniers.

I sourced aftermarket racks and they're super solid-like a rear crash bar. I'm glad I did. I could get the racks and some cheap panniers for less than just buying the oem panniers cost. Just something to consider.

I used Happy Trails panniers and rack they work
well and did not break the bank!
Very well made may different sizes available.


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azturbomini

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I'm leaning on going with this guy's box's. I've seen a top box in person and it's built very well and they're very competitively priced in my opinion. He has a couple of other videos showing AT's with different mounting hardware also.


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