View Poll Results: What panniers do you use?

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  • Never use 'em

    19 3.13%
  • Plastic BWM system panniers

    264 43.42%
  • Other plastic ones (Givi, etc)

    28 4.61%
  • BWM alloy jobs

    108 17.76%
  • Touratech Zega

    52 8.55%
  • Metal Mule

    17 2.80%
  • Vern's metal ones

    29 4.77%
  • Cajasahel

    11 1.81%
  • Jesse metal boxes

    28 4.61%
  • Other

    52 8.55%
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Thread: What panniers do you use?

  1. #49
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    I have gone down the Caveman route and got the SWMotech quick release system with 2mm Alpos aluminium 36ltr panniers.

    These are from EIBC at www.eibcltd.co.uk

    Very good price as well.

    Jon

  2. #50
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    Anybody got any info on these Panniers -



    I found this -

    www.tpu.fi/~bosto/laukku

    typing "BMW GS" into Google images.

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    Might be a bit hard to steer
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    Ive been using the B*W system panniers but after spending a couple of hours trying to get my camping gear to fit the awkward shape I@m thinking of getting a pair of the alloy box type

  5. #53
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    Being a gentleman of discerning taste I favour one of Messers Hepco and Beckers luggage combinations for the more cultured motorcycle rider......
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  6. #54
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    Why do you need a sidestand puck on a brick driveway - is that loaded 1200 making your house subside?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nostromo
    Why do you need a sidestand puck on a brick driveway - is that loaded 1200 making your house subside?
    1200

    It's got 50cc's less than that and the puck is a permanent fixture, bolted on so I don't have to feck about with it on grass.

  8. #56
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    Sorry my vision was impared by all that luggage and Morrisons Islay Malt Whisky.

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    Now I have them fitted..... some pictures.






    Jon

  10. #58
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steptoe
    Hepco and becker metal expedition panniers - only £306 the pair -

    45Ltr one side and 37 Ltr the other - you can pick and mix the sizes - they're not in your poll



    Can you find out the order codes for these as I want some!? Is it just panniers and bracket or will I need heatshield/exhaust extender?

    How does the 37L one work, does the pannier bracket position it further away from the bike?

  11. #59
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    Anyone got a www link for Hepco and Becker uk agents?

    Ta

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    try www.motobins.co.uk If memory serves me right they are the UK importers

  13. #61
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    Alu panniers are £160 from eibcltd.co.uk for both. It then costs £250 for the brackets which is crazy.

    Andy

  14. #62
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    H&P Panniers work out at over £500. Might as well go for touratech ones at that price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snoopy
    H&P Panniers work out at over £500. Might as well go for touratech ones at that price.
    Nah, go for Bernd Tesch and get something strong enough for ram-raiding... if you want to be serious about panniers that is

    http://www.alukoffer.de/English/EIndex.html

    John

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    The Ultimate Cooler Set

    not quite the Ultimate ,
    We all know what they are !
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