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Hi gang - after being asked numerous times for a listing of the items I make, I thought I would summarize them all in one place. If anything here interests you, please send me a personal message (PM) by clicking my member handle or send me an email at GTWorksLLC on Gmail. I will need your zip code to calc shipping costs. All products come with money back guarantee - no problemo.

In addition to these items, I have before and can make up specials to suit your specific needs. I also offer design and prototyping services for non-FJR items. Please refrain from adding comments in this thread - put them in the Vendor Feedback thread instead. Thanks a bunch for looking and ride safe!

Luggage Racks - Gen1

I have a three different styles for Gen1 racks (Standard, Square, and Tapered) and three different mounting options (Replacement, Clamp-on, and EZ On/Off). All my racks are made of solid aluminum alloy and then TIG welded together. I normally powdercoat them satin black, but other colors are available. I can paint to suit your bike's color for an additional $80. No modifications to the bike are needed for any of these - they just bolt on. Backrests can be added to any of the racks for $145 additional as long as they use the Replacement or Clamp-on attachment option (The EZ On/Off attachment type is too weak for a BR). Backrests can be either removable or permanently attached.

Here is the Standard replacement style - approx. 12" x 18" wide. This rack replaces the factory tailrack and is the sturdiest mounting option. Cost is $230 plus S&H.



Next is the Square clamp-on style - also approx. 12" x 18" wide. This one clamps to the top of the factory tailrack. Rubber strips are provided to protect the grab bar paint from the two clamps. Cost is $270 plus S&H.



Here is the Tapered Replacement style with a removable BR. Size is approx. 12" x 16-1/2" wide. This replaces the factory tailrack. Cost as shown is $200 for the rack plus $145 for the BR = $345. S&H is extra. (Note - this photo has the old style pad - I now use Saddlemen #0413 pads shown later in the thread. I may be able to attach your own pad.



The following image shows the EZ On/Off mounting option. A pair of machined C pieces slide under the grab bar as shown. There is no charge for this option.




I also have available the super-sized Givi SR346 rack. I extend the outer perimeter with 1/2" OD steel tube and then powdercoat it, satin black in this case. Dimensions are 12 x 16-1/2". Cost is $290 plus S&H. A backrest option is available for an extra $150. It comes with the black plastic Givi mounting plate if you have a trunk.



Luggage Racks - Gen2/3

I have a two different styles for Gen2/3 racks (Standard, and Sport). All my racks are made of solid aluminum alloy and then TIG welded together. I normally powdercoat them satin black, but other colors are available. I can paint to suit your bike's color for an additional $80. No modifications to the bike are needed for any of these - they just bolt on. Backrests can be added to any of the racks for $145 additional. Backrests can be either removable or permanently attached.

Here is the Standard style - approx. 12" x 16-1/2" wide. Cost is $200 plus S&H for one powdercoated satin black.



Next is the smaller Sport style rack - approx. 10-1/2" x 11-1/2" wide. Cost is $180 plus S&H for one powdercoated satin black.



Backrests can be added to either of these racks for $145. The following images show the removable and permanent attachment styles.





I also have available the super-sized Givi SR357 rack. I extend the outer perimeter with 1/2" OD steel tube and then powdercoat it, satin black in this case. Dimensions are 12 x 16-1/2". Cost is $290 plus S&H. A backrest option is available for an extra $150. It comes with the black plastic Givi mounting plate if you have a trunk.



Backrest - Gen1

I can provide a backrest for your Gen1 bike as shown below for $195 plus S&H. These are normally powdercoated satin black, but I can paint it Cerulean or Galaxy blue for $60 additional. It sets on top of the grab bar and uses a longer SST bolt and spacer that I include. Rubber strips are included to protect the grab bar paint. Note - I am now using the Saddlemen pad shown on the Gen2/3 backrest image.



Backrest - Gen2/3

I can also provide a backrest for your Gen2 or 3 bike as shown below for $185 plus S&H. These show the Saddlemen pad I now use for backrests. The frames are normally powdercoated satin black, but I can paint it to match your bike (Cobalt shown) for $60 additional. It sets on top of the rack and uses longer SST bolts and spacers that I include.






Highway pegs kits

I have available highway peg kits for all model years - the mounting plates are the same. I normally powdercoat the plates, spacers and pegs dark gray (similar to the engine cases) for Gen1 & 2 bikes, or bright silver for the Gen3 bikes. Other color options are available. The stateside cost for just the plates, spacers and SST screws are $60 in case you wish to mount your own pegs. Add $30 for universal-style pegs shown in the first images or $60 for the Rivco anti-vibe pegs shown in the second set of pics. Note - the left plate does not interfere with oil filter replacement.

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Stiffy kits

You may have read that some riders have experienced failure of the subframe - I have developed reinforcement kits that will substantially reduce the chance of failure, and if it were to happen, keep all the loosey items together until it can be serviced.



Gen1:

The stiffy kit for Gen1 bikes is $65 delivered stateside:



Gen2/3:

The stiffy kit for Gen2/3 bikes is $110 delivered stateside:



Hydration systems

I can make you a hydration system to satisfy your thirst on the long haul. They come in 1/2 and 1-gal sizes and are mounted to one of your rear passenger footpegs. Included in the kit is a Coleman jug (you have some choice of colors), a base (again, you can pick a color), tubing and a bite valve. A quick-release latch makes removal quick for LD riders. Cost for the 1/2 gal kit is $100 plus S&H. Add $20 for the 1-gal kit. I also make these for other bike models.




Radar Detector mount kit

I have available, a kit that allows you to mount your RD atop one of the handlebar fluid reservoirs. Finish is satin black powdercoat. Stateside delivered cost is $50.



Handguard extenders

These help keep your fingertips a bit warmer by deflecting the cold air lower than the V-Strom hand guards. $25 delivered stateside.



Canyon Cage Sliders

I have some sliders made specifically for mounting to Canyon Cages - cost for the kit is $65 delivered stateside.



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Those are some awesome looking accessories. I'll definitely be wanting a rack I the future.
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This is great thanks for posting this, don't you also paint saddlebags or side covers {and probably other parts} original colors?

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Yes, I have fixed and repainted various parts. I also repainted Lisa's Mean Green machine.

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Yes, I have fixed and repainted various parts. I also repainted Lisa's Mean Green machine.

I wished were local. I'd bring you a upper and lower fairing that have slight blemishes in them. One of these days I'll find a body shop that can paint match.
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Highway pegs kits 2006 FJR1300

I would like to order a set of Highway pegs for 2006 FJR1300 with anti vibration foot pegs.
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do pegs work with cages

Just wondering if the pegs work with canyon cages ?
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My pegs kit will not work with CCs. You will need to buy a Kuryakin peg setup with the tubing clamps.

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