Fehling Sissy Bar and Luggage Rack

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  1. Superfly

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    Anyone traveled with this rack, loaded up? I'm looking to do a trip this summer, min 2-3 wks and looking to have a bag on the rear seat strapped to the rack and likely a Giant Loop or Mosko Mule loop set up draped around the sissy bar, siting on the luggage rack and strapped towards the passenger pegs (hope that helps the visual). I don't expect the rack to have a weight over 10-20 pounds on it MAX.

    I've done a search but nothing concrete re travelling.

    Pls let me know your opinion / experience.

    Thx.
     
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    Ive bought and fitted one.
    Fits good , looks fine. Havent used the rack, says 5 kg/11pounds on it.
     
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