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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-29-2019, 03:44 PM Thread Starter
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Rack to balance the look

Finally got the rack for the back of my seat to my honey won't slide off.
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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-30-2019, 09:04 AM
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Nice! Where'd you get the rack from? I'm thinking about getting one so I can transport my shipments via motorcycle instead of car.

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Nice! Where'd you get the rack from? I'm thinking about getting one so I can transport my shipments via motorcycle instead of car.
It’s the Fehling rack. Plenty of threads on here about it......here’s one:

https://www.scr950forum.com/forum/14...ha-scr950.html

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post #4 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-30-2019, 08:56 PM Thread Starter
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The rack I purchased is actually not the one seen on this site. I ordered this one from Italy. http://www.caferace.it/
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The bar on the rack is.higher than the one you can get here in the states. I paid a considerable amount more.but it was worth it to me
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The rack I purchased is actually not the one seen on this site. I ordered this one from Italy. http://www.caferace.it/
Eh? Your rack is not the Fehling one fitted to your bike in the picture above??
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post #7 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-31-2019, 08:12 AM Thread Starter
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No it is not. The bar on mine sits around 6 inches from top to the back of the seat. Like a mini sissy bar.
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No it is not. The bar on mine sits around 6 inches from top to the back of the seat. Like a mini sissy bar.
Don’t be shy then - let’s have a pic!
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Don’t be shy then - let’s have a pic!
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You just want to see if his rack is straight or if it's crooked like yours. Lol

Ben I am so jealous of your upcoming road trip with your dad. Not because it's a bike trip. More because you are going with your dad. My boys grew up doing weekend trail riding/camping trips with me and those are memories we will cherish for life. I would love to do a road trip with both of them while I still have the means to do so. And they both have worthy bikes if we planned an appropriate route.
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You just want to see if his rack is straight or if it's crooked like yours. Lol

Ben I am so jealous of your upcoming road trip with your dad. Not because it's a bike trip. More because you are going with your dad. My boys grew up doing weekend trail riding/camping trips with me and those are memories we will cherish for life. I would love to do a road trip with both of them while I still have the means to do so. And they both have worthy bikes if we planned an appropriate route.
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You are not going to believe this, but as I read your message, ‘Born to be Wild’ came on the radio! I kid you not!! Get it organised @Schu ! That’s a big country you’ve got to explore there!!
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