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post #1 of 8 Old 03-09-2012, 04:32 PM Thread Starter
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This is Quite simple i need to carry larger objects so i need hard cases, what type of mounting hardware should i use, i would like to use my own cases "40MM cans" . thank you for your ideas

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If you're planning to use ammo boxes, you will need to build your own mounts. Marylandmike made some awesome mounts for his aetup, using pelican cases...i will have to see if I can find the thread

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If you're planning to use ammo boxes, you will need to build your own mounts. Marylandmike made some awesome mounts for his aetup, using pelican cases...i will have to see if I can find the thread
This is it. Not sure it will work with high mount exhaust, but you might get some ideas.

https://www.wristtwisters.com/forums/f289/waterproof-cases-238 61.html

Good luck!

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This is Quite simple i need to carry larger objects so i need hard cases, what type of mounting hardware should i use, i would like to use my own cases "40MM cans" . thank you for your ideas

Here is a related discussion from another forum that I participated in that might be of interest (and will save me a lot of typing.) 40mm ammo cases may not be the best idea...

Cheapest top case!? Or home made!? - TWT Forums

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SW-Motech makes mounting kits that you can adapt various cases to. Their U.S. distributor is Twisted Throttle.

TwistedThrottle.com : ...by Brand - SW-MOTECH - Sideracks by SW-MOTECH -

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Thank you for your help

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I love those cases Mike.

Here's my rig - cases are a little bigger and mounted with stock pipes.


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I love those cases Mike.

Here's my rig - cases are a little bigger and mounted with stock pipes.


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Nice looking set-up Ken! You have some great fab skills.

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