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Rear Fender Tool Storage?


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Has anyone used the free space in the rear fenders to store tools? Did you find a way to get into this space easily? I'm wondering if a trap door from underneath would be feasible, or if I've missed an easy way to access it from above. I know the space is mostly empty. 

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That's exactly what I was after. Thanks, @CGras! In the comments, the author says he removes the three bolts in the inner-fender liner to drop it down and access the space from underneath. That's probably good enough for a tire kit and tube, as I hope to not need them frequently. 

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I haven't inspected the underseat storage, but had been wondering about if there was room and a way to access the under the side covers of the seat.

 

I had a Ducati ST2 several years ago. There were bags available to store items off the sides under the seat.

 

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That's the question. It appears that you can only get to that space from below by removing the three bolts underneath. I will play around with this to see if I can make the inner fender work as a "door" of sorts. 

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Duck taped three tire spoons and the Rally Raid tool to the frame, underneath the fender. The tools will only come out when I get a flat, so I dont mind it taking a minute to get them out. I have a Klim tool pak underneath the rally seat, but it was resting on top of the electronics which I didnt like.

 

Johannes.

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