Pannier Rail LT2

$25.00

This bolt on rail allows you to carry 2 standard pannier bags per side on your EdgeRunner or Leap.

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New for 2018, the Pannier Rail is back and better than ever.  This bolt on rail allows you to carry 2 standard pannier bags per side on your EdgeRunner or Leap.  It bolts directly to a standard LT2 V-Rack in 3 places and gives you a secure, stable way to carry anything your heart desires in the pannier bags of your choosing.

Sold Individually

The Pannier Rail is sold individually (if you want one on each side of the bike, please order two).

Specs, manuals, compatibility
Weight2 lbs
Dimensions24 × 4 × 1 in
Compatibility

Works on any LT2 V-Rack.

Installation Instructions

Pannier Rail Installation Instructions

Reviews, questions, and discussion

Pannier Rail LT2 Reviews

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  1. Question

    Kyle

    If I order the Pannier Rail LT2, does that go as a set?
    1 rail for each side, or is the price per side?

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    • Ashley

      Ashley

      Hey there, Kyle. Great question. These are sold individually. Some folks only need one (two panniers can fit on one rail on one side) so we like to give the option of not buying more than ya need.

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    • Helmut

      Are there P-Rails for LT1 as well available? I do have a Freeradical Kit.

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    • Ashley

      Ashley

      Hey there, Helmut! Great question. While these rails are custom made for bosses present on the LT2 V-racks but absent on the LT1 V-racks, there are certainly ways to make them work. I recently installed some on a set of LT1 racks using high weight capacity zip ties. They held up great on an off-road trip but for long term, I will likely use something more permanent and less susceptible to sun damage. You can also try p-clamps or hose clamps and bolts. Best of luck and let us know if you find something that works!

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