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Pannier bag / saddle bags mounting

My 1982 Kawasaki Z 250 C has on the frame on both sides just under where a pillion passenger would sit what looks to be a mounting point for factory pannier bags/cases. They are round with a keyed section that gives the impression that the unit could be clipped on at 90 degrees and rotated to lock in place. This is of course pure speculation. Does anyone know what purpose these mounting points serve, or have I completely missed the mark. Dicko

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Sounds like the helmet lock points

Posted on Mar 24, 2014

Testimonial: "No. It's not the helmet lock, the keyed out sections are round about the size of a 50 cent piece with smaller cut outs at 3 and 9 o'clock"

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