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I have a 09 Burgman AN650A I have just purchased a set of Givi EA101B
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Saddlebags and i am looking for a set of Saddlebag Support Bar called my local
suzuki dealership with no help can anyone help with my search will be much appreciate it
 

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You will have to have them made. Check with your local Community Collage or trade school to see if they would do it for a well paid lunch for the crew.

I can post pictures of my home made steel rack if you want. They can cobble something up.
 

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I'll post them a bit later. Riding in 10 minutes 50 miles to do lunch with 3 other retired GTE phone techs.
 

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I have a 09 Burgman AN650A I have just purchased a set of Givi EA101B View attachment 99992
Saddlebags and i am looking for a set of Saddlebag Support Bar called my local
suzuki dealership with no help can anyone help with my search will be much appreciate it
I'm not sure why you want any brackets.

Here are a couple of pics from a trip to Gaspe (Canada, from Albany, NY) I took in 2010, on my '07 Exec (with aftermarket exhaust), with similar bags:
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In this case, the cross-over straps were underneath the seat, so my wife, who was riding pillion, wouldn't have to sit on them. I don't see why you can't just place the cross straps that are part of your Givi system on top of the seat. And maybe add some ROK Straps or equivalent through the D-rings, to make sure that the bags stay put, and especially to ensure that the right-side bag doesn't drift down on top of the muffler.

In any case, we didn't add any brackets, support bars, whatever you want to call them -- nothing else.

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i would like to add the Saddlebag Support Bar Bracket so they will not scratch the sides of the scooter
Well, you have to please yourself, certainly (as Ricky Nelson sang). I can't argue with that.

FWIW, however:
  • I didn't get any scratches -- at least that I was aware of -- using the method in my pics above.
  • Another option that might satisfy your requirements could be adding some film to the bike, such as:
 

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I would like to add the Saddlebag Support Bar Bracket so they will not scratch the sides of the scooter
Look at these. Intended for hard luggage fitting, but will do double duty. I have a set and can vouch for their quality, but you pay for it.
Fellow member bought some for his 650.
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Like Bill P said racks may be overkill.

Here are the home made racks on mine. They have GIVI bottom buttons and Monokey top latch
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