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Just finished the mounts for my E-21 bags. Made my own from aluminum.
I have all the plans, info & photos on power point, or Word if anyone is interested in installing side bags. Very easy using simple tools. I'm willing to share the info. No welding ! No unsitely metal hanging out ! They look great.
I now have 150 liters of storage....same as a Goldwing.

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mounts away

Holly Cow you guys... six requests for the info... Givi's gonna sell a bunch o bags..... and there will be aluminum road signs mysteously missing around the country.
 

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Thanks Burger folks

Alot of interest in the mounting brackets. But I'm the only one posting on this post ? Is OK... I would like to know if anyone makes up a set ..and how it goes. One thing I think I forgot to mention in the instructions was the need for rubber pads or even foam pads that need to squeese the bags agianst the bracket so they don't rattle. Givi uses little round rubber stops... We can sub. rubber sticky feet from the hardware store. Or even thick foam weather striping.
Sorry that some couldn't recieve the file through their mail servers.. The only way I can shrink the file is to take out the photos. :cry: But that would ruin it... .the photos are too important.
 

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The foam or rubber stoppers were mentioned in the instrucions to stop the hard cases from rattling. The instructions were quite clear and easy to follow for me. I didn't find any questions left unanswered. Well thought out and layed out Rob!.
 

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Thanks Rob

Thank you for the plans.:D Printed them off Yahoo groups files ver easy to understand.
 

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