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post #1 of 4 Old 04-21-2015, 11:39 AM Thread Starter
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WTB SW Motech Quick Lock Side Racks - 919

Does anyone have a set of SW Motech side racks they'd like to sell for the 919? I thought I had a pair bought from Amazon, but the seller canceled the order because they were out of stock despite listing 3 in stock.

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Does anyone have a set of SW Motech side racks they'd like to sell for the 919? I thought I had a pair bought from Amazon, but the seller canceled the order because they were out of stock despite listing 3 in stock.
Hate to say it, but if you wanted them you should have ordered them last year. They went out of production in December.

SW-MOTECH Quick-Lock Sidecarrier Honda 919 / CB900 Hornet '02-'05 Original Style for Givi, TraX, Krauser, & Hepco sidecases (Discontinued) - TwistedThrottle.com

The only places I've heard of that still have them are places in Europe with back stock.

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I know... Never thought I would need or want them until this spring. I guess I'll have to start looking for a new bike

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Sw-motech sells a universal carrier for side cases. All you need to do is weld brackets for your own bike. A selder might be a le to do this for you

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