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post #1 of 9 Old 04-10-2012, 02:00 PM Thread Starter
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***SOLD***919 Specific luggage and racks

Now that my bikes gone won't be needing this. Ventura luggage and rack system, 2 racks and 2 pieces of luggage. The travel sized bag has been used one time only, it is as good as new(It has reflective trim on it). The day pack and rack stayed on the bike and looks as good as the day I bought it, guaranteed. The big bag is enough to go 4-5 days easily(I pack like a woman), the back is zippered so you can attach one of several bags they sell if you want, one on the rack and one on the seat.

The big rack will go on the bike in both directions, so you can still have a passenger, they recommend it is turned around if you're going solo for better balance, but I never felt any negative effects. The day pack is fairly roomy, I kept a spare face shield, some gloves and water bottles in there. You could fit a rain suit in as well.

This is very nice luggage, it cost me $600+ new. The first $400 gets it shipped anywhere in the continental U.S. I will be out of town from 4/12 to 4/15 so it can't be shipped until Monday the 15th. I have excellent Ebay references if anyone's skittish.


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post #2 of 9 Old 04-10-2012, 02:02 PM
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not a bad deal. i can attest to the ventura rack (cant say anything about the packs). use it all the time on my 919 and my wife even uses it as a back rest with zero issues. i've loaded up about 100 lbs on the rack itself with zero issues as well.

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not a bad deal. i can attest to the ventura rack (cant say anything about the packs). use it all the time on my 919 and my wife even uses it as a back rest with zero issues. i've loaded up about 100 lbs on the rack itself with zero issues as well.

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+1 they are fantastic rack! And I have a slightly different ventura bag to the larger one and its quality!

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would only be interested in tall rack if willing to part out





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I might be interested in the short rack if willing to separate.

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Hang tight on the splits, it may be sold, if not I will consider splitting.

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Don't know if claiming the "racks" implies the bags as well; but if you end up splitting up I may be interested in the big bag provided it zippers to the one I have identical to it. Maybe the small bag also.

To the guys wanting racks: they share mounting brackets so only one of you could install the rack unless you have your own brackets.

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I misunderstood. I thought the racks were separate and I was only interested in the racks not the bags.

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Sold!

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