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Question back rack rd-07

the honda back rack on my rd-07 does'nt seem very stable and loaded up i worry it will break . is there any after market racks to be had??? i looked on the touratech site only to find top case fitting kit . any help please????????????
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Take a look in African Queens and maybe you will find what are you looking for.

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thanks for info

like the metal mule back rack and will probably go for it. has anyone had experience with them?
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like the metal mule back rack and will probably go for it. has anyone had experience with them?
It's worked for us so far. A big red bag, tent and rollmat and it's holding up nicely....
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hi Kevin , take a look at the Hepco & Becker the goby it really worked for me, they have both rack and top case. if you plan to visit el salvador while you are in central america give me a call would be nice to see another AT not many here.


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