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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-29-2014, 11:08 PM Thread Starter
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Wingerline Backrest luggage and luggage rack

Anyone have one ? Did a search on here didn't find much .
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-30-2014, 12:11 AM
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Keep watching, I think Shark just had a luggage rack, Pro-Tac backrest are readily available, wingerline highway bars are scarce. F&S engine guards & extended pass back rest do pop up.

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You just missed a luggage rack sold on Ebay for $35. But don't worry, it may show up here for $100 tomorrow.

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So no other model luggage racks will fit with a little help?

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Not with out a different seat... Since our seat has that funky to box the luggage rack mounts differently. I tried using several different racks with our much luck.

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Not with out a different seat... Since our seat has that funky to box the luggage rack mounts differently. I tried using several different racks with our much luck.

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But only cause of the tool box?

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But only cause of the tool box?
no, the tool box makes a weird shape...

Most Lugggage racks mount to the fender and shock mounting bolts, the seat rails are the actual issue. I could never get a good mounting point to keep the rack angled right... here is the best pic I have of a GL1000 rack mounted wich was the best fit I have found so far

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That's not so bad. I just need one for occasional trips.

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as soon as I set my sledge down onto the rack it would slip... and the hammer would fall off. i could probably section the rack about 2" so the side bars would line up with the back rest
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Couldnt ya just cut then reweld it for a better angle ?....or weld 2 tabs to the rack and mount to the sissy instead of the fender....



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