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Outback Motortek Pannier Racks - Honda CRF250L - Starting at $273
Outback Motortek Pannier Racks - Honda CRF250L
 
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Outback Motortek Pannier Racks - Honda CRF250L

Price may differ based on frame version.
The X-Frames for the Honda CRF250L are the most universal and functional side pannier frames yet, allowing simple, secure mounting of Rotopax, hard panniers and soft luggage.

New for 2019: we’re now offering standard pannier racks. The difference between our standard pannier racks and the X-Frames is that the standard frames don’t feature RotoPax mounts and tabs welded on all four corners.

Standard pannier racks:
Designed and manufactured by Outback Motortek.
Hoop’s external dimension are 350mm (W) x 250 (H) made of 18mm diameter tubing.

Compatible with:

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Mosko Moto Scout 25L Pannier kit (V2.0)
Kriega OS 22 and OS 32 with OS-PLATFORM
Giant Loop MotoTrekk and RTW
Wolfman
Enduristan Monsoon 3
LoneRider MotoBags
Givi Soft Bags GRT709 Canyon

X-Frame:
Designed by Adventure Moto Australia and manufactured by Outback Motortek.
The new X-Frames are the most universal and functional side pannier frames yet, allowing simple, secure mounting of Rotopax, hard panniers and soft luggage.
Matte black powder coated mild steel frames with an alloy X-bracket with multiple Rotopax mounting positions for custom weight distribution, as well as multiple tie-down points.
You can even remove the X-Bracket from your frames when running Hard Luggage to reduce the frame weight.

Compatible with:
Kriega OS 22/32
Giant Loop MotoTrekk and RTW
Wolfman
Enduristan Monsoon 3


Average Rating: Average Rating: 3 of 5 3 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

 
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3 of 5 X-Frame (fingers crossed) June 2, 2020
REVIEWER: Nick from Revelstoke, BC Canada  
I installed the pannier racks no issues, but when it comes to the X frame rotopax mounts i had to go digging on outbacks website on proper installation. (When i figured that out) the square pieces that you feed the bolt through to attach them to the X part seem to not be beveled enough causing them not to be flushed with the frame of the pannier. Little nervous with a 1 gal rotopax  pulling on it but time will tell if it holds up.

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