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This guy makes it look soooooooo easy!!!

http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=...D84E8A19281016

Or better still try this link;
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Hah, those quick release brackets are certainly easier than the bolt-on ones. He must have done that a bunch of times before making the video - he didn't swear once.

Interesting top boxes too. I didn't know Givi made a red one.

And the black top box looks like it's made to transport hazardous medical waste!

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he didn't swear once.
LOL!!!
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Interesting top boxes too. I didn't know Givi made a red one.

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It's specially made for his Pizza Hut delivery service!!!!

They sell them in Thailand too, but there they usually cram them full of live chickens!!!
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I rarely take my V35s off the bike. Only if I am going to explore the local gravel roads. And then I wouldn't want to take the brackets off just in case I slide the bike.

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I rarely take my V35s off the bike. Only if I am going to explore the local gravel roads. And then I wouldn't want to take the brackets off just in case I slide the bike.
Same here. My neighbour paid big bucks for Ghost Brackets on his cruiser so that the mount for his hard cases would be invisible when the bags are off. Going on 3 years now, the bags have never been off his bike. That's how I knew bolt on racks would be fine on my V.

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