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    F650GS '06 Luggage racks .... anyone know what type these are

    Hey Crew - Im trying to figure out what brand or breed of luggage racks I have on an F650 GS BMW '06 that I have bought .
    Great machine - a lot more fun than the previous bike which was a Dakar. Bought it in March this year , have ridden 6000km on it (mostly winter K's) .... lookin forward to summerClick image for larger version. 

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    They are Givi racks.

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    Givi racks, type PL. You're missing some of the rubber spacers to keep the luggage snug, and the piece at the top, that panniers lock onto. Both bits can be ordered from dealers as standard rack accessories.

    Once you've got the missing bits, all monokey luggage will fit, topboxes and panniers.
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    so Givi it is..... good work team

    saved me a trip to the bike shop . Never a cheap experience ..... oh look I think I'll just buy a (insert million dollar piece of bling) whilst Im here hahaha
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