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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-02-2018, 03:05 PM Thread Starter
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Hi everybody,

Does anyone know if there are any frames that allow to mount the side bags on the Daytona t595?
I'm looking for something that keeps the bags detached from the rearblech bodywork, to avoid ruining it....

Have you ever tried to build this kind of frames? Can you give me some ideas? Maybe even on a speed triple t509...

Thanks in advance to everyone!



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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-02-2018, 04:54 PM
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It can be done. This pic is from 2009 from a member here. I don't know anything about how he made the mounts.
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I want realize something like the picture below, I saw that a someone has made something similar on a speed triple t509 by using the side panniers of a sprint ST, but I need to know how to realize the mounts....


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This is true speed triple that I was talking about


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I suspect in both instances, the bag brackets are attached to the rear subframe avoiding any body modification. Removable as well. You would need to decide on what bags that you want to use whether from another Triumph(Sprint, Tiger, etc) or Givi or other brand and see what the mounting brackets look like. You would need to custom fabricate and design the system to work. Unless you can contact those who have done it or know someone good at custom fabrication, you're on your own I'd say. Many have mounted bags on bikes that weren't designed for them, but it always involves custom design and fabrication. Maybe you can search YouTube for inspiration.

I have that color T595 that you posted. Looks like a very good install; nice and clean and looks factory.
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Nothing on YouTube... I found this pictures on internet, so I donít know the owner of the motorcycles....


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https://www.triumphestore.com/a/Triu...53233-0-2.html

You didnt specify if they needed to be hard. Could they be soft? I dont’t see what year bike you have. This if for a ‘99 model. Be sure to change it to reflect your year bike.

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You didnt specify if they needed to be hard. Could they be soft? I dontít see what year bike you have. This if for a Ď99 model. Be sure to change it to reflect your year bike.


Rigid should be better.... my bike is a Ď98 model


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