Looks good! The Black goes pretty well as is.A couple of things I found are:I had to bolt the can down to the frames because of the rattling noise.The lids also rattled so bad that I put plastic seat edge strips on the back edges of mine. Glued the strips down with GM Weatherstrip Adhesive. Car Door Edging would work too. Before I put the edge strips on I stuffed a piece of foam tape house weatherstrip between each lid and the can edge. Didn't look so good and were a pain to keep putting back after opening the cans. The edging looks like it's OEM.D
looks good. i'd also like to see how it would look colour coded to the bike.are these ony for the c5's
Nice. Goes well with the rest of the bike. Well done.
Looks good Dan, nice job! If you're interested in painting the panniers and/or mounting frames to match the bike color my shop is just down the road from your work. Just let me know. And we still need to get together for ride.ScottieOn a quick side note..... How flooded did you guys get up in Black Hawk? It was so horrible here in Aurora this morning. It took an hour just to get to I-70.
Thanks for the ideas D. I can see that something will definitely need to be done about sealing the lid. I was thinking about maybe some small diameter rubber hose. Maybe 3/15" o.d. or something. I'll have to ponder it for a bit. I haven't had it on the road yet, but in the garage, the felt strips I mounted seem like they should take away any kind of rattle. The cans are in there pretty tightly.Cheers,Dan K.