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    Security Box "Made in England".

    Hi Folks.
    Stahlkoffer is now producing a Security Box which can be fitted inside the pannier frame so does not foul the pannier. It comes powdercoated and is very secure. Cost is £70:00 plus Postage and Packing. Please let me know your thoughts.
    Will post some photos when I have found out how to do it but they will be on display at Motorcyclelive, NEC, November 18th - 26th.
    Bernie.
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    Tel: 07710 149 726

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    Email me photos and I'll post them.

    younger996@gmail.com

    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bernt56 View Post
    Hi Folks.
    Stahlkoffer is now producing a Security Box which can be fitted inside the pannier frame so does not foul the pannier. It comes powdercoated and is very secure. Cost is £70:00 plus Postage and Packing. Please let me know your thoughts.
    Will post some photos when I have found out how to do it but they will be on display at Motorcyclelive, NEC, November 18th - 26th.
    Bernie.
    www.stahlkoffer.com
    Tel: 07710 149 726
    I might be interested if it would fit the Hepco & Becker frames on my Tiger 800. I can't see any product details on your website. Will PM my email address for pics and specs

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    Thanks. Attachments sent.
    Regards,
    Bernie

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    I’m in. JJH

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    Still like to see some pictures of this item please

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    Here ye go lads.

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    do they fit on earlier gsa's

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    Quote Originally Posted by rovert57 View Post
    do they fit on earlier gsa's
    Seems to be a couple of P clips round a pannier frame (they seem to be standard size).

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    Just be aware guys, with the p clamps as they are the panniers will not fit on.


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    Will these be waterproof?

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    Watching with interest, I wonder how much P&P is

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