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  1. Hi, I bought some some Givi luggage for my new (2nd-hand) XJ6 Diversion. The racks fit securely, even if the fitting process was fiddly. However, the T275 rack slightly obscures the rear indicators and the situation is worse , in my opinion, when the panniers are fitted. On the following image: http://www.motorcycl...exd.asp?id=1090 the rear indicators extend much further back than the rack. On my XJ6 one part of the rack lies "in front" of the indicator lenses, hopefully that is clear on the attached photographs. (first time I have tried this image sharing) https://picasaweb.go...feat=directlink However, the indicators are clearly visible from a distance behind and the the side so I don't think this is a safety issue. However, when the panniers are slung over the back and the straps under the seat, not matter how far forward I position the panniers the rear indicators are completely obscured from the side of the bike. Is this a safety issue in UK or anywhere in the EU? Is there a fix? All I can think of is somehow getting the indicators on some stalks projecting backwards. Any help would be much appreciated. Clive
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