Aluminum Pannier Kit TETON for Yamaha XT250

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Aluminum Pannier Kit TETON Yamaha XT250

Aluminum Pannier Kit TETON
Yamaha XT250
Special Price $743.75 Regular Price $875.00
SKU
PANKIT-XT250-TE
Manufacturer:
Happy Trails Products

Pannier measurement note: A 3/4" lip makes the opening on all boxes 1-1/2" smaller than box measurement.


Pannier kits include: Each and every pannier kit includes the SU Rack and the Puck Mount kit. Additionally, kits include Free pre-mount and Free lid locks. Make your additional selections below.


Powder Coat: In order to provide superior customer service, we now offer our panniers and top boxes finished in Hammertone Black and Aluminum only.


Pre-mount: We will drill the four holes for the pannier puck mount system in Happy Trails' "neutral" mounting position, suitable for solo or two-up riding (rider and passenger).


Matched Key Lid Locks allow you to have a single key for aluminum panniers and/or aluminum tailbox (any number of boxes) as long as they are ordered at the same time. Does not replace cam latches, which provide the dust and water proof seal tha


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Teton - Special Price!

This Teton Pannier Kit for your Yamaha XT250 includes everything you need for a great luggage system. The kit includes:

  • Two Teton Panniers
  • SU Rack System
  • All mounting hardware

Pannier kit does not include the tail rack shown in the photos. Available separately, see left.

The XT250 SU rack has our new Point1 pressed insert design. This adds to the ease and functionality you???ve come to expect from our pannier systems. Details HERE.


All Happy Trails products are crafted in Idaho

SU RACK INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS

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Manufacturer: Happy Trails Products
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  • Can I get a 9 inch Teton in a cliff cut for my Yamaha Xt 250 and then use them on my DR650 that I all really have one of your racks on.Thanks
    Question by: Fave on 2018-01-18 19:33:00

    Fave,

    The Clif Cut design does not work on the XT250.

    Tim

    Answer by: Tim on 2018-01-18 14:33:00
  • Do you have a recommended combination of your products? I am thinking of: - SU rack - one Rotopak mounting plate - Rotopak locking plate - 1 gallon Rotopak fuel container (2 gallons would be too heavy, would you agree?) - 1 side luggage container - top luggage strapped on the rack... Thinking of using an existing backpack, and would love to set this up as a bit of a backrest for the highway stretches. I need your advice here. I have always used hard luggage on other bikes, but am open to soft... What do you recommend? I will be on a 4-day riding trip from Texas to Mexico.. No camping. I need space for some tools and a couple days of clothes. Can you offer your advice and best combination to purchase the above? (For example, kits vs individual pieces)
    Question by: Shaquan Willis on 2016-07-29 01:59:00

    There are a few different options for the kind of set up you described. FIrst, I would decide on whether you want hard or soft luggage, and what type of riding you plan on doing in the future. Personally, I would consider hard luggage for two reasons. First, it adds extra protection for your valuables during the off chance that you go down. They also are designed to carry the extra weight of tools and other items that may be heavy. Second, the hard luggage are lockable, and when traveling through a country such as Mexico, it is a good idea to have lockable luggage. We have heard many horror stories of riders losing everything they have on the bike because the luggage did not lock properly. I would start with our Teton Pannier Kit. You can choose between two different sizes depending on what you plan on packing. 
     
    For fuel, you can do a couple of different things as well. You can mount it to the SU rack using our Kolpin adapter plate and mounting a rotopax to the adapter plate. Or you could use our Inner Tool Rack and mount your rotopax on the inside of the SU rack. This will give you the capability of carrying both panniers and the rotopax. The only down fall to this set up is that it can be a little tight getting the rotopax in and out of the tool tray, but if you only have to use it for emergency fuel, your not likely of have to use it that often. The other option is to use our Container Holders and mount them on either the front or the rear of the panniers. Then you can use the Primus Fuel Bottles for fuel, or you could use the container holders to carry water. The down fall of going this route is that you cannot carry a full gallon of fuel, and they do not lock to the bike. 
     
    As you can see, there are a lot of different options. I would most definitely start with the Teton Pannier Kit and then determine how you want to carry your fuel from there.

    Answer by: Tim on 2016-07-28 21:59:00
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