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Baseline Large Carry Handle Repair Kit

Self-Repair Kits, ACC-9612


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Baseline Large Carry Handle Repair Kit-for all Baseline styles manufactured from 2008-Present. Retractable carry handle is 9" long.

Kit Contains:
  • One (1) Carry Handle
  • Two (2) Sets Posts
  • Two (2) Plates
  • Four (4) Screws
Self-Repair Kits allow you the ability to quickly fix your bag free of charge without having to send it in for repair. Note: A $10.00 handling fee per kit is applied at checkout.
Height Width Depth Weight
US 1" 9" 0.5" 3 lbs
EU 2.5 cm 22.9 cm 1.3 cm 1.5 kg

Above dimensions with wheels and handle.Full specs


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  • Carry handle on my 25" baseline 2 wheeler was damaged by airline in February. After looking at my options, ordering the replacement part (no cost,except shipping) and making the repair myself was the easiest and fastest. Interior lining opened easily to provide access to screws. While I had the lining open, I recognized that other screws required tightening. Repair time approx 30 minutes. All set for next adventure in mid-March. Took time to examine my other 25" 2 wheeler and tightened any loose screws.

    By Gregg Hamilton, on 3/8/2018

  • During my last travel my handle broke on my Briggs & Riley luggage. I paid for the shipping for the handle repair kit in lieu of sending my luggage off for repair. The neareast local repair place was probably 60 miles from my home. I received the new handle about 10 days later and installed it within ten minutes. I looked at the inside of the luggage and could see the hidden zipper and could access the screws for the handle easily. Repairing the luggage myself saved me the shipping, packaging, and drive to a shipping place or drive to the local repair place. It was easy to install.

    By Michael Chadderdon, on 2/15/2018

  • Despite the charge of $10 for the replacement handle that broke, it beat cost of shipping the whole bag back for repairs that usually run about $25.00. It would have been nice though if B & R would have included a simple instrument sheet with the part ! Just run off some copies B & R !!!

    By Danny Moore, on 2/7/2018

  • Relatively easy to install, would have liked matching color, however!

    By alijimsmith alijimsmith, on 1/15/2018

  • Perfect service. Free spare parts after 5 years

    By Dominique Bach, on 11/25/2017

  • Works fine. although the metal finish on the two parts that contain the screws are different from the original, so the handle does not match the finish on the other two pieces.

    By Hal Burge, on 7/3/2017

  • How great that you can purchase (handling fee only) the parts you need to fix your bag so you so not have to send it in! Whether it is new wheels or handle, it is simple to fix on your own.

    By Scott Ringer, on 7/1/2017

  • Handle broke after 5 years of constant travel, had my repair kit in about 10 days, took 5 minutes to replace. Love my Briggs and Riley Luggage.

    By Ronnie Rhodes, on 1/5/2017

  • Let's first address why I needed a replacement strap and why I should have to pay for it (the shipping and handling scam). I do love my Briggs and Riley and just bought a set for my granddaughter as she left for college. I travel internationally and encounter a lot of lazy baggage handlers who are tough on luggage. I travel business and take advantage of the weight limit to cart things home that I can't get where I live. So I suppose, given the weight and careless handling, it was just a matter of time before a strap gave out.

    But one thing I have learned is to avoid the $25 fee from the distributor to send my lifetime warranty B & R bag back for repair, particularly when I don't have the luxury of time to wait before I have to get on a plane again. So I have found that my best friend is a good shoe repair shop to replace zippers, sew leather and replace straps - usually for less money than a shipping fee.

    So take the "free lifetime warranty" pledge with grain of salt; that and a couple of bucks will buy you a cup of coffee.

    By Douglas Anderson, on 1/5/2017

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