I've had the Cobra rack on mine since shortly after bought the bike 2 years ago. Haven't had any issues with it. Took a week long trip with a 20-30lb bag tied to the rack with no problems. I've carried several items on it but that was the heaviest one.
Put the matching saddlebag racks on also. Those look good and stop the scuffs on top of the saddlebags.
Depends on what you like. Most racks are universal and in my opinion they dont lookk good.
I got the one from cobra. It is made especially to fit the voyager topcase and looks best - in my opinion.
Sometimes you will find them new on ebay for a decent price.
I also have the Cobra. Easy install and looks good. If I remember correctly, the maximum load for a luggage rack is 10 pounds. While that doesn't sound like much, you would be surprised what you can strap onto this rack. If nothing else, rain suits and jackets to free up space in the saddle bags for those longer trips!
Shinko SE890 Journey tires have been on sale, lately. I was wondering if anybody has tried them on their Voyager ( or other heavy touring bike). I've heard they are made with a soft compound rubber, and they wear faster. I know they used to be Yokohama Tires. Has anybody ACTUALLY tried...
I am riding a 2018 Vulcan Voyager ABS I absolutely love it the only issue is when sitting on the bike I am on the balls of my feet which makes me very uncomfortable, I have dropped it once already. does anyone know if there is a way to lower the inseam about an inch.
Hi everyone, just had a new tire installed and i am having trouble getting the wheel installed. The problem is with the caliper bracket, i have spent hours trying to get it back in place, there simply does not seem enough room to slide this back to its original location. I have watched videos...
I just sent my ECU for my 2018 Voyager with 0 km on it yesterday.
I cannot seem to find any instructions on how to re-install it. I believe there is some sort of procedure to get rid of error codes or something?
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