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 SIDE BAGS - Suzuki M800 2009

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CzechBiker
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PostSubject: SIDE BAGS - Suzuki M800 2009   Wed May 02, 2012 7:06 pm

Can anybody tell me what the best pannier bags (side bags) are for my bike ( M800 2009)? I was looking at some GIVI cruiser bags but I am not sure what I need to attach them to my bike. Please advise me someone !!! : )
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PostSubject: Re: SIDE BAGS - Suzuki M800 2009   Wed May 02, 2012 9:27 pm

It is not possible foe anyone to tell you which Pannier bags (side bags) are the best as that is all very dependant on the budget, the size and style wanted. There is just so much choice out there that it would be a pointless task for members to just keep posting up different bags.


This is what you are looking for as hard wear LINK
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PostSubject: Re: SIDE BAGS - Suzuki M800 2009   Wed May 02, 2012 10:32 pm

Hi Czechbiker take a good look on ebay you will wet your appertite there with all the different styles and prices.Dave has put a link up for the brackets,for me I find them to expensive,for the job they do,there are cheaper versions out there.If you are leaving the bags on you will never see the brackets anyway,cheap ones will do perfectly.What I done was cut steel computer cases up to fit inside my saddle bags so no need for the brackets anyway,they are only there to stiffen your bags up and stop them going into your wheels,(another piece of expensive cosmetic)anyway good luck on your viewing,as Dave said it would be to much to ask for everyone to give their input for something that is a very personal choice.One good thing about Dave he always tries to help people on this site and I am in no way pulling him for putting the link up.
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PostSubject: Re: SIDE BAGS - Suzuki M800 2009   Thu May 03, 2012 11:01 am

Good tip on the bars Alfie
I wish I was as confident at making stuff as you and Dave if I had to make something like that it would end up falling off affraid
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PostSubject: Re: SIDE BAGS - Suzuki M800 2009   Thu May 03, 2012 5:14 pm

captain crash wrote:
Good tip on the bars Alfie
I wish I was as confident at making stuff as you and Dave if I had to make something like that it would end up falling off affraid
on the Alfie tip. A very easy thing to do to make something to stop the bags moving around & Crash as for being confident to do mods mate, I have cocked up more things than I have ever made good. They say home is where the heart is but for me, the sheds where I am happiest, don't tell the Mrs
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PostSubject: Re: SIDE BAGS - Suzuki M800 2009   Thu Nov 08, 2012 2:25 pm

I had kappa hard bags on my bike ( kappa has same mounting brackets as givi) - monokey

Because im selling them i wanted to look up the model of bracket but i couldnt find it.

I just know that holes fit to m800 (21cm)
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