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Barry D: I wanted a mid-sized, inexpensive top case for occasional use on my '05 BMW R1200RT. I've had Oxford tank bags in the past and they make incredibly well-designed and robust products. At this price and with free shipping buying this 44L Oxford case was a no-brainer!Dec 29, 2013
A shopper asked:What are the external dimensions of the 24L Oxford Topcase? What hardware is included for mounting the base?Feb 3, 2014
Joseph S:Dimensions are... 11in. high, 15 in. at the widest point (across the width of the bike and 14in. long. It came with 2 pieces of channel steel with a gazillion elongated holes so I was able to work out a combination to get it to fit the rear rack on my V-Strom. The hardware supplied is adequate but I did end up rummaging through my nuts and bolts cabinet to find a better fit. The box itself is then slid into place with two tabs and the last part is a threaded knob to hold it down to the rack. The knob did back out after about 500 miles. Easily corrected using low strength Vibra-Tite so it now acts more like a friction fit knob.Feb 18, 2014
Barry D:23" wide x 17" long x 12" high. Mounting hardware consists of 4 "rounded w" shaped brackets and 4 M6 x 25 socket head cap screws with nuts and washers. The brackets would likely work with a tubular rear rack but would probably have to be reshaped for most modern racks. I made my own mounts for the R1200RT. Feb 18, 2014