Luggage Rack

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Re: Luggage Rack

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Post by RUBONE » Mon Nov 03, 2014 4:05 am

But now I wonder if the rack you have in the picture Robbie is the Duo rack.
Nope, that is a rigid rack. The picture angle makes it look funny. The legs are pretty symmetrical and all the original mounting hardware is with it which fits the spacing and fender width with saddlebag plates or not.



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Re: Luggage Rack

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Post by 1951 adam » Mon Nov 03, 2014 5:11 am

That's a beauty ! I enjoy riding a foot clutch bike , it's a personal choice, but you would have no problem converting back.
Nice aftermarket foot shift !
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Re: Luggage Rack

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Post by RUBONE » Sat Nov 22, 2014 8:49 pm

Just to clear up a couple questions on this thread here are the 3-bar rack variations.
All 4 versions, Duo-Glide, Electra-Glide, Rigid, and K-Model/Sportster are shown in the second picture. The top picture shows the difference in how the ends of the legs are formed. The Duo-Glide and Electra-Glide ends are flattened on the inside of the leg for fender strut clearance, the Rigid and K are flattened on the outside for fastener clearance. The rigid rack also shows the special nuts for attachment.
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