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    Hard Panniers for the G310

    I was at Engle Motors in KC today and noticed they had Hepco Becker hard bags on the G310 GS.
    Looked like a nice setup.
    Price is around $500 with mounts.

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    That set up looks real good.
    The lion does not even bother to turn his head when he hears the small dog barking.

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    I just today got the mounts for Shad bags for our G310GS bikes. The bags themselves will arrive next Tuesday or Wednesday - they had been back ordered.

    I got the smallest of three sizes, and those particular bags are top loading which I much prefer to the suitcase style.

    The mounts arrived about noon today but since it was 101F I decided to wait until the morning to install the mounts. I will post photos of the mounts and how they attach, and then more when the bags arrive next week.

    Pricing: Mounts = $192 Bags = $224 Shipping from Miami = $37 Total per bike = $454 to our door.

    p.s. Had I known Engles had the H-B bags I probably would have bought those because I prefer to support "my dealer" even though they are over 1,000 miles away. But I already ordered the Shad bags so that is what the bikes get.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
    ... Had I known Engles had the H-B bags I probably would have bought those because I prefer to support "my dealer" ...
    Way to go, Paul and Voni!

    BTW, Mike and the rest of the gang at Engle's (I was there yesterday also) send their regards to you.
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    Good to see there's already two options for hard bag, plus the two BMW top cases.
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    I mounted the Shad bag mounts on both of our 310s this morning. A bag of capscrews, washers, spacers and one nut was provided for each set. Because of differences between models I assume, they provided lots of hardware bits. I used less than half the hardware provided. Unpacking, sorting, reading, etc took far longer than it took to mount the bag mounts. Bike number one took over an hour. Bike #2 took 10 minutes.

    I will post a photo or two later.
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