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    Wunderlich rack,sissy bar k1600b

    Hi,Trying to fit my wunderlich rack and sissy bar to my bike and struggling to get it lined up and finding it difficult to get any decent instructions to see where i am going wrong.To get in lined up its catching the number plate light.Has anyone fitted one to there bike ?
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    Great pictures!

    I might suggest that the US K1600 forum is the best place for advice on stuff like this, perhaps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wapping View Post
    Great pictures!

    I might suggest that the US K1600 forum is the best place for advice on stuff like this, perhaps?
    Yes i have asked on there cheers.Very nearly threw the lot down the field
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post
    ...Very nearly threw the lot down the field
    You'd only do that once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wapping View Post
    You'd only do that once.
    Yes like trying to reverse with both feet up
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    I'm thinking of buying a bagger, but have just seen the eye watering price of the Wunderlich rack, sissy bar and pad from Nippys! Do you know if there are alternative manufacturers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp842 View Post
    I'm thinking of buying a bagger, but have just seen the eye watering price of the Wunderlich rack, sissy bar and pad from Nippys! Do you know if there are alternative manufacturers?

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    Yes its bloody expensive..Nothing much more on the market but have a look at rs solutions i have just ordered some pannier racks from them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post
    Yes its bloody expensive..Nothing much more on the market but have a look at rs solutions i have just ordered some pannier racks from them.
    It looks like RS Solutions are a similar price. I guess that the bagger is a niche bike, so not much demand for accessories. Wunderlich can therefore charge what they like. It's a bit of a deal breaker for me, as without a rack/sissy bar the bike is a bit ill equipped for 2 up touring.

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    Knock £300 or whatever off the price of a bagger and you’ve paid for it.

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    Mrs said she would pay cash if he knocked £500 quid off for which he did.If you don't ask you dont get.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post
    Mrs said she would pay cash if he knocked £500 quid off for which he did.If you don't ask you dont get.
    Maybe you could rent her out, to haggle on behalf of rufty-tufty bikermates? A nice little earner, Terrence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp842 View Post
    I'm thinking of buying a bagger, but have just seen the eye watering price of the Wunderlich rack, sissy bar and pad from Nippys! Do you know if there are alternative manufacturers?

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    I relented and bought the wunderlich rack/sissy bar. I managed to get a big hunk off the price, including fitting when I bought the bike. It's still pricey, but looks good in my humble opinion.

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