who is manufacture that? looks nice? i have checked all possibilities and no such a products for DDX
just to be sure.. OE number 96781971AA ? the problem is that Ducati with that number shows only some soft bags not any panniers(frames)?
It is not strange.. you cannot buy it online or direclty.. only dealer can order those from their system and only service can see seperate OE numbers for that panniers.. is more like buiyng spare parts to soft luggage set.Strange, that part number only shows under Ducati's inventory as the soft luggage panniers. I did find Hepco and Becker has something similar, but it cost 190 euros. View attachment 264
Would you be able to share who your contact is?Hi i contacted Ducati regarding that you you can buy those frames separately , about 40 Euro per side (+/-) plus screws,
Which soft luggage did you buy? Are you wanting these hoops to help support the bags, keep them from touching the bike or to strap the panniers to? Just curious how you plan to use them if not for the Ducati panniers themselves. ThanksHi, I just bought some soft luggage, I could use some of these luggage loops. Anyone know where I can get some?
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Same here need for Mosko BackCountry. I do have the OEM rear rack (for top box) and I'm hoping will work with a luggage rack solutionAnyone have these from Unit Garage? I need some loop type racks for my old set of Mosko Moto Backcountry panniers. These don't really look robust enough, and the right side sticks way out. I've looked at Hepco and Becker, and the right side has a huge dip back towards the bike at the top like the Ducati ones, plus it sticks way out. SW Motech has some but there are no loops, just their proprietary plate. Outback Motortek doesn't have any yet. Anyone know of any loop-type racks that don't stick out a foot? Thanks
I spoke with Mosko Moto. They have an adapter plate that might work with the OEM or H&B type right-side loop racks. It was originally for BMWs but he said we need to know the offset from the top of the loop, out to the point it would be parallel with the bottom tube. Here's a link so it makes sense: https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0...Installation_Instructions_V4.pdf?v=1616631606Same here need for Mosko BackCountry. I do have the OEM rear rack (for top box) and I'm hoping will work with a luggage rack solution