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Dirtracks just recently made their T7 crash bars + T7 rear rack available on their site, links below to their USA site.

 

I'm not affiliated with the company nor have I used these particular items myself, just sharing for those that might be shopping around for such things.  On first look, I do like the simplicity of both of these though, and the prices aren't outlandish either.

 

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Tenere 700 Rear Rack  Fits model years  2020 and up. Powder coated made from 3/4 inch steel tubing. Easy bolt on installation, bolts are ...
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Yamaha Tenere 700 Crash Bar  Fits model years  2020 and up Dirtracks engine crash bars made from 1 inch tubing. Mounts to the frame, not ...

 

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18 minutes ago, GreatDistances said:

Dirtracks just recently made their T7 crash bars + T7 rear rack available on their site, links below to their USA site.

 

I'm not affiliated with the company nor have I used these particular items myself, just sharing for those that might be shopping around for such things.  On first look, I do like the simplicity of both of these though, and the prices aren't outlandish either.

 

tenere700rearrack6_grande.jpg?v=16054636

Tenere 700 Rear Rack  Fits model years  2020 and up. Powder coated made from 3/4 inch steel tubing. Easy bolt on installation, bolts are ...
tenere700crashbar9_grande.jpg?v=16053696

Yamaha Tenere 700 Crash Bar  Fits model years  2020 and up Dirtracks engine crash bars made from 1 inch tubing. Mounts to the frame, not ...

 

Thank you. You’re right, price is very reasonable and I like the simplicity. Think I’m going to give these a shot. 

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Just now, husky123 said:

Thank you. You’re right, price is very reasonable and I like the simplicity. Think I’m going to give these a shot. 

Right on.  I've got the Givi bars on my T7 presently and hadn't really been looking to make a switch, but these caught my eye.  I'm curious about how much they weigh, may check in with Dirtracks via email.

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Has anybody any experience with these yet? I also really like the simplicity of them as well and the ability to strap luggage to them as well. Not to mention the very good price point.

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I have purchased a set but have no bike to install them onto.  They look strong.  The only reason I wanted them is in case of a tip over at a stop.  If I crash at high speed the insurance company will look after it.  The bars will be good.  

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On 1/23/2021 at 3:44 AM, Landshark said:

I have purchased a set but have no bike to install them onto.  They look strong.  The only reason I wanted them is in case of a tip over at a stop.  If I crash at high speed the insurance company will look after it.  The bars will be good.  

These look very interesting and they make a soft luggage rack and rear rack. Lifetime warranty, made in Canada so no excessive shipping or duties to be paid. I am pretty excited about this versus paying more for rally raid similar products. Anyone try these out yet?

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I've had Dirtracks on my '05 XR650 (installed 2014) and have beaten them up pretty good - they're still attached and doing the job.

They're well made and the fit was good - definitely an excellent value.

We ordered a set last year for my father's gen 2 KLR - still well made and a good fit - welds were nicely done.

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I've used their products on my WR250R and it's been put through it's paces - all over Baja, Moab and here in Western Canada. Lots of falls and no issues. I'm tempted to order their rear racks for the T7 that I haven't bought yet 🙂 

 

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