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Brian W: Saw one on a friend's bike and was impressed by the quality and stability. Perfect size for my KLR650. Excellent quality and a great price. Nice locking knob ensures it won't rattle or come loose.Feb 27, 2015
B M: Great price. Universal fit. Large size.Jan 23, 2015
Ryan C: I chose this item because it was the cheapest top case with these dimensions (large size) that I could find. Also, the reviews (while there were only three of them) were mostly positive. We'll se how it looks when it arrives. I'm not looking for the best out there, but I do hope it at least functions as it ought to. I'll be sure to give my review after a few weeks/months of owning the product. Hopefully I will have glowing things to say.Apr 11, 2014
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:I have a 2013 BMW F800GS. What additional products (mounting hardware etc.) do I need? Is this easy to remove? Is this a complicated install?Jun 24, 2014
Joseph S:I will answer this from the last question first. The topcase comes with it's own mounting plate and hardware. That needs to be attached to the rack the bike comes with. 2 long slotted mounting brackets make the mounting plate a doable install. You may need to make a trip to Home Depot for different length bolts and or nuts. I strongly recommend stainless and nylok nuts. Lock tite does not work with stainless. The long slotted brackets can be positioned in any direction as long as you get a good distribution of mounting strength.
After the supplied mounting plate is installed the case is easy to remove and install with the supplied threaded "knob". I will also say the size dimensions of this case is ideal to the size of your GS. Anything bigger and it looks to bulbous as well as you will feel its dimensions in the twisty bits.
I added net shaped drawer liner in the bottom to keep my stuff from sliding around and 1/4 inch thin weather stripping around the bottom half clam shell surface to improve weather seal resistance.Jun 24, 2014
Lee L:This is a nice box. Good size and not bad looking. It is not super robust, but that would make it heavy. It is a good compromise on sturdy vs heavy. And I like the simple closure. But don't set your key inside1 You can lock it simply by closing it.
It comes with a plastic mounting plate. You have to have something to attach this to. A luggage rack or something. 4 bolts will do nicely. Then it is fairly easy to remove with a thumbscrew fastener. The plastic rack isn't bad looking once you take the box off. You can bungee things to it if you wish. But the box can't be removed without opening it to get to the thumbscrew. The overall sturdiness of the mounting is dependent upon what you have attached it to. Sturdy rack = sturdy box.
Overall? A good value for a simple box.Jun 24, 2014
Christopher K:I'm sorry to say that I had to return the Oxford Top Case as it was missing most of the hardware when I received it. My suggestion would be to spend a little more $ and get a Givi Top Case as they are well-built and worth the price.
As for the complication of the install, one thing to make it go easier is to get an aftermarket large rear rack for your Beemer. I did that for my 2013 G650GS and have attached a Givi Top Case and Rotopax fuel cans to it with next to no effort.
Barry D:I mounted my Oxford case to my '05 R1200RT. I'm not familiar with the GS' luggage rack but I'm confident telling you you'll need to come up with some way to attach the Oxford base to your rack, as the included hardware is minimal. I'd say plan on using some hardware store aluminum bar stock and a number of M6 socket head cap screws, washers and nylock nuts. Might take half a day or so to get something that you like. Once the base is on, the top case is easy on/off. Jun 24, 2014
Robert F:It has a universal base that will attach to your luggage rack (hopefully). All the hardware is included, but you may have to buy screws and nuts that make it fit properly at your local hardware store. My Oxford topcase reflector caught on my mesh jacket and snapped. I bought a 30 liter Givi to replace it.. They have better mounting hardware, but I still had to go to the hardware store.Jun 24, 2014
Michael P:All the pieces needed to install on an existing rack were provided. It is easy to remove from base plate after initial install. Not complicated as much as an exercise in dexterity.Jun 24, 2014
Lee L:Yes, you must have a rack or similar mount to attach the baseplate. The baseplate is plastic. It is fairly sturdy, but it should be attached to the bike in some firm fashion. I bolted a couple of aluminum struts to the bike very firmly. Then the baseplate was bolted to the struts.
Once the baseplate is attached to the bike, it is moderately simple to remove the box from the bike. This leaves a nice platform behind. It is easy to bungee odd shaped items to the baseplate.Aug 18, 2014
Barry D:The case only comes with 4 rudimentary clamps that are designed to attach to some sort of existing luggage rack. If your bike has no rack, you'd probably have to fabricate something. I'm not very familiar with the KLR series but I'd be concerned about the aerodynamic consequences of fitting a large top case on a narrow, light mid-sized bike. Aug 16, 2014
Jed H:The box is designed to be attached to an existing rack although I'm sure you could attach directly to fender. I have it on a Husavarna TE510 and have taken it off road with no issues. It will not however hold a full face off road style helmet. No leaks in hard rain. I am very satisfied and recommend for light duty storage.Aug 16, 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
A shopper asked:I'm interested in this case for a Kymco people 150, the luggage rack has a triangle shaped center hole but is otherwise solid. can this be mounted with bolts in the plates center?Jul 11, 2014
Lee L:You should be able to bolt the baseplate to most racks. You don't mention the dimensions of your rack. But the bolts would go to the perimeter. So a hole in the center doesn't sound like a problem. The baseplate is roughly 10in x 10in. It has multple possible points to which you could bolt it to your rack.Aug 18, 2014
A shopper asked:I'm a noob, after 30 years I'm back to riding with a "new" 2014 Honda CTX700 and LOVING it! I am, though, clueless on all things such as this. Been looking at all the Givi cases which seem really nice but, DANG, they're expensive.
And is 6.6 pounds really the "standard" for load limit for something this size? I guess if all you're thinking about is 2 helmets that's fine, but my laptop along weighs more than that, never mind adding the charging chord/brick. I saw some of the Givi's have a 22 lb limit, but I was hoping to not have to spend $300+!
I'm fairly confident I'll be able to work something out with the luggage rack on the CTX but I'm wondering about the load limit. Does anyone know if its similar to the paultry 6.6 lbs of many of the Givis?