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GIVI PL532 Tubular Sidecase Racks Suzuki DL650 V-Strom, '04-'11

GIVI PL532 Tubular Sidecase Racks Suzuki DL650 V-Strom, '04-'11

$185.00 $162.90
SKU: Givi PL532

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The GIVI PL532 Tubular Sidecase Racks Suzuki DL650 V-Strom was designed to provide a more unobtrusive mounting solution for the GIVI Monokey side cases. These side racks are custom designed for select individual motorcycle models. The sleek design and integrated look help to maintain the narrowest possible profile for your motorcycle with the side cases mounted while keeping a simple and clean look after the side cases are removed. Although no extra mounting hardware is required, these side racks cannot be readily transferred from one bike model to another. The holder allows the mounting of an upper plate through new supporting fins or top luggage rack (sold separately from holder).

All hardware needed to mount two Givi side luggage cases included -- no additional special fitting kit or parts required. Typically installs quickly using simple hand tools in about half an hour. Mounts standard Givi Monokey side luggage cases, such as the E21 Cruiser, E36 Elegant, E360 Delux, or E41 Keyless cases. No welding or cutting of existing frame or body parts required. These racks do not require relocation of the turn indicators. Tough black enamel finish.

The PL532 can be used alone or with the Givi E528 topcase rack.

Overall width from outside of left tubular siderack to outside of right tubular siderack is 21.5" without luggage cases. With two GIVI E36 bags mounted, the overall width is 41.5".

Weight: approximately 8 lbs (installed).
Manufacturer # PL532
Customer Reviews
Review by Robert
I purchased this model specifically because I wanted the most flush-mounted racks while still leaving the 'gap' on the non-exhaust side so that I could place a tool tube there. Installation was easy enough, definitely needed an extra hand, but nothing that couldn't be accomplished by the average home mechanic. I've tipped the bike over with them and have had no problem with the structural integrity, so I think they'll last. (Posted on 8/17/2013)
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