Happy Trails Products Happy-Trails Pannier Puck Mount Kit Original Style

Happy-Trails Pannier Puck Mount Kit Original Style

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For  Luggage & SU racks that use a 4 puck  pannier mounting kit.. The pannier puck mounting kit come in different configuration to fit the tube diameter.

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Select rack tubing diameter

SWM racks & other racks that need to be centered so the pannier will not move back and forth on the rack.


Our mount kits make it a cinch to take your panniers on and off. This kit will also work for Pelican cases or other types of luggage enabling quick and easy detachment.

The kit consists of four pucks for each pannier (total of 8). The bottom 2 pucks on each pannier hold the shear weight of the pannier and are semi-permanently attached with hex head bolts. The upper 2 pucks on each pannier are the clamping force that holds the pannier to the side rack. They are tightened with a knob (hex head bolts also included) ... a quick couple of turns and the puck is loose enough to rotate and turn down to remove the pannier...  no tools needed.

MK750-A mounts cases to any Happy-Trail SU racks (or other racks) built with 3/4"(.750" or 19.05 mm) tubing.

MK710-A mounts cases to the BMW R1200GSA and KTM LC8 stock racks and other racks built with .710" (18.034 mm) tubing.

MK625-A mounts cases to any Happy-Trail SU Racks, Northwest or SL racks (or other racks) built with 5/8" (.625" or 15.875 mm) tubing. Note: MK625-A-SWM add-on kit is available below in order to mount cases to the SW-Motech EVO system racks built with .615" flat tubing.

Happy Trails pucks are compatible with SW-Motech EVO system racks. Measure the thickness of the loop on the rack and order according to the guidelines above.

Note: Our puck system now also offers hex head bolts as an alternative to the knobs. 


All Happy Trails products are crafted in Boise, Idaho


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  • I am not sure what the following means and whether I need this added accessory."SWM RACKS & OTHER RACKS THAT NEED TO BE CENTERED SO THE PANNIER WILL NOT MOVE BACK AND FORTH ON THE RACK"This is in relation to the pannier mount kit. I have a 1994 BMW R100GS with factory racks. Do I need this accessory?Thanks
    Question by: Len Lambert on 2018-10-16 20:38:00

    Yes you should use the option, sorry for the delayed rply, we are having issues with this APP.

    Answer by: Tim on 2018-10-16 16:38:00
  • ¿Un kit sirve para las dos maletas o hay que comprar dos kits?
    Question by: Luis on 2017-10-06 00:39:00

    The Tube diameter is the measurement

    625 = .625" or 5/8"

    750 = .750" or 3/4"

    Answer by: Tim on 2017-10-05 20:39:00
  • I would like to mount my existing Pelican 1500 cases on the stock luggage rack of my 1990 BMW R100GS. I measured the luggage rack tubing at 0.61" diameter.-Is MK625-A the correct mount kit?-Do I need the Centering Kit?I use the same Pelican cases on my 2004 Kawasaki KLR650 and mount them on Happy Trails 0.77" square tubing racks. Unfortunately I have lost the bottom plastic block that supports one of the cases. -Can I get a replacement plastic block?
    Question by: G Balas on 2017-06-19 21:12:00

    The FAQ App has been down, if you question still needs answered please contact [email protected]

    Answer by: Tim on 2017-06-19 17:12:00
  • I have Givi quick release racks on my Vsrom. The tubing diameter is 16.2mm or 0.644". Will any of these kits work???
    Question by: Ron on 2016-02-29 04:41:00

    The 625 is the puck kit you want.

    Answer by: Tim on 2016-02-28 23:41:00
  • I recently purchased a used 2013 F800GS with the BMW aluminum side case racks already installed. Will any of your mount kits work with these racks? Specifically, I'm looking at mounting Pelican cases (or similar) as panniers.Thanks,Will
    Question by: William Brown on 2016-01-06 00:43:00


    Could you do 2 thing for me?

    1. measure the daimeter of the tube of the racks.
    2. take some pictures and send them to [email protected]

    Once I get those I can give you a competent answer.

    Answer by: Tim on 2016-01-05 19:43:00