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post #41 of 45 (permalink) Old 01-19-2016, 08:49 AM
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They're the same boxes as the Givi V35 and you can get bracket as well from Givi or SW Motech (Twisted Throttle) so they bolt right on.
Something more to look into, looking at the 2015 / 2016 ABS as opposed to the LT, not impressed with the luggage and looking at a set up like I have on the 07, with the Givi 45 top case. I was considering removing all my farkles, but would rather start fresh.
I am 10 KM from a twisted throttle dealer, may need to drive over and have a look / talk.
And as to the footpeg lowering, I have Speedy's lowering and highway pegs, even though I am 5'7 and 30 inch inseam, the lowering changes the angle of the knee, also use the highway pegs , even in town, I have a old knee injury, straight leg makes a huge difference in ride comfort.

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...If that works out, I'll keep the bike and save for luggage....
Or, put TUSK aluminum panniers on, like I did. MUCH less expensive...!

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Footpeg lowering blocks arrived today. Installation tomorrow followed by a little test hop.
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post #45 of 45 (permalink) Old 03-24-2017, 09:00 PM
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Hello,I know this is an older thread but I've search and haven't found much on my problem. I have the moto werks footpeg lowering blocks on my 2015 650 abs . Love them! But I just put a sw motec centerstand on and the right peg bracket hits the spring mount. Anyone else have that issue and what was the solution ? Thanks ,love this site!
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