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do all racks fit all bikes?

Discussion in 'Riding Gear and Bike Accessories/Parts' at netrider.net.au started by daedalus, Apr 13, 2010.

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  2. Do all racks fit all bikes....?

    Come on, you can do it. I reckon you can work this one out.

    Nice thread bro. :LOL:
     
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  3. NO They dont,
     
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  4. With some cutting and welding, you could make them fit.

    Try ringing Silverwater Spares, they may have the right one for your bike, or maybe use www.findapart.com.au....
     
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  5. for the record... I bought a cbf1100 (i think?) gearsack rack from ebay, and fitted it to my VT250F
    the front section i just took out because theres nowhere to put it, but the brackets bolt on where my grab handles used to be, and with a little bending outwards it fits up nicely to the clamps on the rack.

    No it isn't perfect by a long shot, but it depends what you need it for and how often you use it.

    I got mine to carry a swag (waterproof sleeping bag with built in mattress) and it works great, but I leave it off the rest of the time just cuz it looks dodgy.



    Also when I went to pick it up I just brought a whole handful of cable ties to attach it with :p
    11 aircraft grade cable ties later and it was mounted so solid I coulda ridden off a cliff and it still wouldn't have budged :angel:

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    Chris

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    PS:
    http://www.perthstreetbikes.com/forum/f90/gear-rack-suit-gpx-250-a-105025/
     
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  6. Pretty much all racks can be made to fit all bikes.

    What it'll look like afterwards is another matter........
     
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  7. Does one pair of jeans fit every chick ?

    Look into the Ventura system They are a bit more flexible and you can least remove the 'hoop' when your not using the rack.
     
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