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      Top Case Rack
      Available in: Chrome, Black or Silver

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    Top Case Rack

    Available in: Chrome, Black or Silver

    This top case rack was designed exclusively to fit the large Original BMW top case of the R1200 RT and K1200/1300 GT. It is a very elegant and simultaneously useful addition to your top case that allows you to carry additional gear along and/or those things that you wouldn't want to put in your top case, such as wet rain suits, gloves etc.

    • Seamless precision steel tubing
    • Sealed, robust attachment at four points. (the tubing has threaded ends)
    • Outstanding silver powder-coated finish and workmanship. "Made in Germany"
    • The supplied seals create waterproof attachment points
    • Includes all necessary hardware


    • Steel Tubing - 12mm
    • Rack Width - 400mm
    • Rack Length - 310mm

    NOTE: Installation requires drilling four holes in your Top Case lid at specific locations. A bit of patience and mechanical skill is very helpful. Note that the front holes must be drilled at an angle. The proper tools to do the job are required.

    *Installation estimated at 45 minutes for this part may vary depending on skill level.


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    ★★★★★ ★★★★★
    4.5/5 Stars out of 14 Reviews
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    Difficult to install but worth it
    (Bellingham, WA) | August 18th, 2013
    After watching the install video and reading the reviews, I decided to have my wife help me! First, I threw away the template, it is just not accurate enough. I laid long strips of painters tape on the box top at the points of connection. Positioned the rack and marked the tape by drawing circles around the attach points of the rack. I then moved the rack over enough, leaving it on the box top, so that I could visually see the drill angle required for the forward holes. After drilling the forward holes, I attached them to be sure I had them right. Then I removed one front screw and moved the rack enough to drill the rear holes. Attaching is tricky and I could not have done it without help. The instruction video really should say that. The rack is great and looks terrific, we are leaving on a trip in 2 days and will try it out but it feels firm and sturdy. Take the time to think it through, if that doesn't work, call and I'll send my wife over.
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    (Murphysboro, IL) | January 27th, 2013
    Overall I like the rack, It look great and works really well, the only problem, be it small is that the timplt that is sent is 1/4 to a 3/8 inch off. What I did was set the rack where I wanted it to mount and marked it with a sharp lead pencil, drilled the holes( with a little Kentucky windage) and it fit great.
    Installation could be made easier
    (Las Vegas, NV) | September 26th, 2012
    I liked the look and quality of the rack for my R1200RT but the installation could be made easier. The drilling of the two front holes at the required angle is somewhat difficult and if not done properly, makes installing the screw close to impossible. An easy fix would be to redesign the front of the rack where these screws attach similar to the design of the rear screws- flat to the trunk rather than the angled approach. Though a nice design, I think a little function over form is in order.
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    (Freeland, MI) | May 1st, 2012
    I enjoyed the benefit of having a good buddy who recently installed this rack. He came over had a couple pieces of advice, throw away the template and install the angled (front) legs first. He had followed the factory instructions for his installation and from that experience arrived at the conclusion that I should not. We carefully measured and triangulated until placing the rack in the right spot, drew pencil around the front, spring loaded center punch to mark for the drill, finished by drilling with angle to the rear. Loosely installed purchased 6x20mm bolts, lower and marked the rear, punched and drilled. Installed bolts in the rear and tightened it all up. Under 40 minutes invested including opening the box. I do recommend getting the longer 6mm x 20 mm bolts for the front and using the longer ones in the kit for the rear. I got the black powder coat, the finish is great and the rack looks great on the machine. I recommend this product.
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