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post #41 of 51 (permalink) Old 02-04-2019, 08:35 AM
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They look good and the price is not too bad.

It doesn't say if they're QD though.
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Hepco and Becker do a range of fittings and hard luggage for the TB

https://www.hepco-and-becker-luggage.co.uk

I have them on my Commander. Not cheap but strong, waterproof, easily detachable and relatively secure
I think I'm going for your setup but with a 40 liter top box. I'll remove the top box most of the time. The baggs will stay on.

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I think I'm going for your setup but with a 40 liter top box. I'll remove the top box most of the time. The baggs will stay on.

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Good luck with them. As I said, expensive but very good.
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Good luck with them. As I said, expensive but very good.
I bought this stuff:

40ltr Pannier Set 610.036.00.0
Black

40ltr Top Case Railing
Black
Code: 610.055.00.01

40ltr Top Case Back Rest
Black
Code: 700.303

Pannier Frames
Chrome
Code: 650720 00 02 Triumph Thunderbird 1600 / 1700 ( NOT Commander )

Rear Rack
Chrome
Code: 650720 01 02 Triumph Thunderbird 1600 / 1700 &

40ltr Top Case
Black
Code: 610.040.00.01

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I like the new bags.

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Looking good.
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Hepco and Becker do a range of fittings and hard luggage for the TB

https://www.hepco-and-becker-luggage.co.uk

I have them on my Commander. Not cheap but strong, waterproof, easily detachable and relatively secure
I like them on my bike but the backrest is NOT comfortable. It's an odd shape and hard as a rock. My wife hates it !

https://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl...act=mrc&uact=8

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