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    Member ridgeline's Avatar
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    here is a little tool box that fits between the cyclerack and the rear fender it is bolted to the rear fender using the three holes that hold the black rubber pad to the fender i used longer stainless steel bolts it is 10 inches wide by 7 inches long by 2 inches high this is what it holds tie wraps vise grips tire irons first aid kit and a small rachet set it is mad from aluminum

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    What series is that pelican case?. Can you take a picture further back

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    Very nice! Best use of the empty space I've seen, good job.
    Only a fool would attempt it, and God help me, I am that fool!

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    rocky tw here are the pictures you wanted thanks r80rt it worked out pretty good you cant even tell its there with the pelican box there

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    Of course you know I'm gonna steal the idea
    Only a fool would attempt it, and God help me, I am that fool!

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    help yourself my rack may be higher i had to raise it a 1/2 inch when i did the toyanvil storage tube mod to clear my signal lights glad you like it

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    Nicest tool box setup I've seen yet. I,ve been looking for an alternative to the plastic tool tubes everyone uses.

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    ridgeline - great idea for using the wasted space - I think you could be a candidate for a Mr. Gizmo award.

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    That's a good lookin' TW there eh?
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    Thank you for the pictures. That pelican case sits pretty good on the rack, I have yet to buy a cyclerack just toying around witth the idea of a opelican case as well. Looks like you might have fabricate some tool boxes for us TW owners.

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