HONDA CRF 1000L AT 2016-2017 Panniers rack with gap

(3 customer reviews)

154.40  exc. Vat

  • made from 17.3mm with 2.3 mm thick wall steel pipe construction
  • 48 cm total width (without panniers)
  • Designed to ensure proper luggage fitting
  • Includes left, right side and the back bar
  • No modifications to rear footrests
  • MIG and TIG welded for extra strength
  • Protected against corrosion by electrostatic powder coating after sandblasting.
  • Black finish coating
  • Strong frame connections
  • Bolted crosspiece for better rigidity
  • Mounting hardware included

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The Heavy Duties panniers rack is the proper solutions in order to improve the luggage carrying capability of your motorcycle. Made from 17.3 mm with 2.3 mm thick wall steel pipe. Easy to fit to existing attachment points with the special brackets. Robustly constructed so it endures tough off-road conditions and yet to elegantly match the overall appearance of your bike.

The cross-braced rack system acts like an additional subframe, strengthening the rear of the bike, and in some cases acts like a rear crash bar.

Additional information

Weight 7 kg
Dimensions 60 × 40 × 40 cm

3 reviews for HONDA CRF 1000L AT 2016-2017 Panniers rack with gap

  1. Tobi (verified owner)

    Der Anbau ist eigentlich problemlos. Eigentlich… 😅
    Ich habe leider angefangen auf einer Seite die Schrauben anzuziehen. Dadurch war alles so verspannt, dass es auf der anderen Seite nicht mehr gepasst hat. Naja, selbst Schuld.

    Kleines Manko: trotz Anleitung mit Bildern war mir zunächst nicht ganz klar, welche Schrauben ich wo nehmen soll. Auch ein Drehmoment wäre gut. Habe die Schrauben jetzt wahrscheinlich sogar etwas zu fest angezogen. Daher eine Bitte an das Team von Heavy Duties: Schrauben separat einpacken und kennzeichnen, wo diese eingebaut werden und ein Drehmoment mit angeben. 👍

    • andreiheavyduties

      Hi Tobi,

      Thank you for your feedback.
      We usually recommend inserting all the screws but without tightening them.
      After all the screws are in place, but still loose, you can attach the connecting bar, loose as the rest of the bolts.
      You can then start working each screw, with only a few threads at a time, until the rack will properly sit on it’s correct position.
      The recommended tightening torque is standard, 12Nm for the M6 and 24Nm for the M8 bolts.

      Best regards, 

  2. Joaquim

    Nice looking rack, better then most of the competition.
    The positive:
    – They look good
    – Easy to install. Torque should be 12Nm for M6-screws, and 24Nm for the M8.
    – Feels robust and protects the sides, even without bags.
    – Some parts goes under the seat, therefor you can’t adjust the original seat to the lowest settings. My solution to that was to saw/file a part of the plastic on the seat, to fit the lowest setting. Works, but shouldn’t be an issue.
    – Right side is to close to the exhaust pipe

    They came with the bike, but I’ve already attached some bags with my own pannier fixing system. Works!

  3. Szabó Gábor (verified owner)

    I chose this after long research – I was not disappointed! The strength and choice of material are very good. This can really work as a crash bar. Even after installation, the seat is adjustable to the lowest position. The attached template is accurate and easy to use. Installation is not an easy task, Sunday DIY people can have trouble. What is a strong negative: the concept of the assembly guide is good, but it is horribly photographed and several steps are not always clear; it can be confusing where which screw goes. The pipes run too close on the exhaust side.

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