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    its for sure worth the fun....
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    Xavier Petit-Jean-Boret Xavier PJB's Avatar
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    and here we are. Pretty easy installation - looks ok to me.
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    ok....ordered...
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    Looks great, even if you never strap any luggage to it. Chrome looks so much better than black on your car. Good choice.

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    Impressed! I agree, the chrome rack was the proper choice.
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    Xavier Petit-Jean-Boret Xavier PJB's Avatar
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    Thank you.
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    Looks great, even if you never strap any luggage to it. Chrome looks so much better than black on your car. Good choice.
    Cheers.
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    Impressed! I agree, the chrome rack was the proper choice.
    to complete the Carrera Panamericana I may put an emplty gas vintage can and the Leitz roof rack too with a spare wheel on, but it might be too heavy in terms of look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xavier PJB View Post
    to complete the Carrera Panamericana I may put an emplty gas vintage can and the Leitz roof rack too with a spare wheel on, but it might be too heavy in terms of look.
    anyway...worth the pics . .
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    as Xavier was writing..easy installment, quick shipping time..
    worth the fun to load some sledges..

    thank you xavier for the great find..
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