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Clint750
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model: 750 Paso
year: 1988
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Paso GT

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The Frankenstein Paso is traveling to Oregon tomorrow so has donned its GT gear:

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The 920 is jealous:

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Standard Ducati luggage:

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External petcock control lever has fork inside fairing which engages lever of typical on-off-reserve petcock for on-the-fly operation:

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Oops. Forgot the GPS:

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Here's looking at you:

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900streetfighter
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Re: Paso GT

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That looks cool, it has a military style to me. You'll make a few heads turn. Looks like a long trip, how many miles planned?
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randtcastell
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Re: Paso GT

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Bizarro. Thanks for sharing. :D Have a wonderful, safe trip. Bon Voyage!
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ducinthebay
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Re: Paso GT

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Safe travels on your journey. Watch out for the wild fires.

Cheers, Phil in SF.
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viper1
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year: 1988
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Re: Paso GT

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I really like what you did to it! Looks great!
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Christian
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model: 750 Paso
year: 1989
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Re: Paso GT

Post by Christian »

Hello,

I have made a support for lateral luggages on my PASO 750.
This a C-Bow system from Hepco-Becker (germany).
Soft luggages 13-17 liters per side
I just have used the C and made all adaptation.
No need specific holes or modifications. See pictures.

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dewjantim
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model: 750 Paso
year: 1988
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Re: Paso GT

Post by dewjantim »

Great job on the saddlebags.
He who dies with the most toys...... is still dead.....
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