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    GAS TANK x3

    No passenger, so no passenger pegs. Great location for cargo, such as these aux-gas mounts. Fabbed some 1/4 alu plate, mounted 1.75g Rotopax, nearly ready to bug-out.

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    AUX-GAS 1.jpg AUX-GAS 2.jpg AUX-GAS 3.jpg AUX-GAS 4.jpg AUX-GAS 5.jpg

    AUX-GAS 6.jpg AUX-GAS 7.jpg AUX-GAS 8.jpg AUX-GAS 9.jpg
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    Great idea thanks for sharing. Love those extra lights.
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    Excellent!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip View Post
    Great idea thanks for sharing. Love those extra lights.
    Not my idea. Was influenced by another on this forum, about using the passenger peg location for tanks. He made holders to hold re-used jugs. The lights are temporary, until I make a Dakar-type cowl.
    I put the lights up high for wind deflection (to mimic the future cowl), and because the sides of the fork clamps are occupied with tools (pics of that coming soon).
    Last edited by BUMBLESPECIMOODA; 07-13-2019 at 07:46 AM.

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