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post #1 of 44 Old 04-03-2010, 11:48 AM Thread Starter
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When the weather gets warm, I like to venture a ways from home on all day rides from time to time. I worry about not having tools with me in case of a nail in the tire, rain suit etc... In the past I have strapped on a tail bag. This year I decided to try something different.

I found these and liked them. They are aren't real big but can carry a rain suit, a generous tool kit, and an extra face shield. They are kinda like the Pelican Storm Cases, waterproof and pretty rugged. They don't have built in locks, but can be secured with a padlock.

With the help of a Mitre Saw, I McGyver'ed up my own racks out of hardware and raw metal shapes found at Lowes.

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This is what happens when you get too much snow over the winter.

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MM, that is a great looking setup.... I don't suppose you took pics of the build process?

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Great looking bags!

Would not work with stock pipes I see, and I like that pipe you have!

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MM, that is a great looking setup.... I don't suppose you took pics of the build process?
Thanks Declan. I have some more pics, I'll upload them tonight and post a link. I didn't really do a step by step, cuz I had no friggen idea how it would turn out, but you will be able to get a good idea how the frame mounts.

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Great looking bags!

Would not work with stock pipes I see, and I like that pipe you have!
Thanks FMT. Yeah probably woulda been much harder with the stock pipes, plus the mount on the front end is where the stock exhaust hanger bolts up.

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Damn fine McGyvering! Looks great!

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Here's a good pic showing the mounting of the frame. The only mod to the bike was a hole drilled up through that frame just under the grab rail mounts. The front end uses the stock exhaust hanger mounts. Once both side were mounted I put in a cross brace that really stabilized the whole thing



I used locknuts on the final assembly. I wish I was a welder and could have made it much cleaner, but most of it's hidden anyway with the cases on. Once I was satisfied with one side I used the parts as a pattern to make the other side. Fit it all up, then took it all apart, smoothed all the rough edges and primed and painted everything.

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Nice looking job there. How do the cases attach to the brackets?

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Nice looking job there. How do the cases attach to the brackets?
I knew I forgot something. Just a 1/4 bolt through the frame into the case. I used a plastic "wingnut" type knob, with a rubber washer to keep the everything watertight.


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That turned out really nice. Not a whole lot of capacity, but a good trade-off to retain the narrower profile. Good idea and slick work.

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Nicely done! Obviously only work with a low exhaust but those are one of the few cases that don't look out of place on a 919 IMO, blend in nicely.

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Much appreciated, sir. I've been thinking about doing something very similar...I was thinking about using ammo boxes, of which I have quite a few floating around. Those cases look really good though, much better than my cans.

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Ammo boxes might also serve as a theft deterrent device. Go for it!

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Ammo boxes might also serve as a theft deterrent device. Go for it!
in what way, exactly? in the "wow, that bike looks like shit" kind of way, or in the "...if he has ammo boxes, he may have ammo" kind of way?

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Ill be just strait up and say, that is the only luggage i have ever seen on any bike ever that i didn't hate instantly. Still nice and slim!

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You did a great job JR. Very nice!

I still like my cases, very handy to carry some tools and rain suit and stuff. I have an ALURACK, may add a top case for occasions where I need to carry bigger stuff.

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My rack is made with folded and welded metal parts. But for the rest it's nearly a copy of your system.

Thank you for the original idea!
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That's what I love about these online forums. They make it easy to share and benefit from great ideas! Nice work!
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My rack is made with folded and welded metal parts. But for the rest it's nearly a copy of your system.

Thank you for the original idea!
I would have preferred to weld mine, but don't have the equipment or skills. The lock nuts have held up pretty well. I recently re-did my cross braces with steel. The originals were made of aluminum, but one of them broke at a bend, I guess from fatigue.

Very nice job!

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Mike and JR , those are both awesome. I 2nd the comments about the neatness and great looks of both jobs. I want a set of these for my bking (Do you make house calls mike ? or do I need to come up there? ) I like to go on long rides also and hate wearing a back pack. I too like Ken Phenox said " I love this site." always get new ideas and learn new stuff. Lew

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Man MM I really like the look of these smaller cases, I need to get something like this set up on my 919 asap! The lack of storage is driving me crazy lately.

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My rack is made with folded and welded metal parts. But for the rest it's nearly a copy of your system.

Thank you for the original idea!
Looks really good JR!

You should really move those frame sliders ASAP!

When installed in that configuration they will snap the engine mount off the case if you happen to drop the bike. Just move them forward to the heavy steel frame boss in front of them. You can drill and tap this location or just open it up and run a piece of re-bar thru the frame.
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I would have preferred to weld mine, but don't have the equipment or skills. The lock nuts have held up pretty well. I recently re-did my cross braces with steel. The originals were made of aluminum, but one of them broke at a bend, I guess from fatigue.

Very nice job!

Mine is so hard I can lift the bike with it without seeing any deformation on it (not joking...). I also thinking about create a removable top rack extension from it. I like the small box look. But they can't contain a lot. For my daily use they are perfect but I still looking for a longer model.


Thank you HeliMech. I will look at it fast... I don't want to broke my engine.
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Looks really good JR!

You should really move those frame sliders ASAP!

When installed in that configuration they will snap the engine mount off the case if you happen to drop the bike. Just move them forward to the heavy steel frame boss in front of them. You can drill and tap this location or just open it up and run a piece of re-bar thru the frame.
Threaded rod? (LOL)

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Yeah that....not re-bar. Haha.

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Looks really good JR!

You should really move those frame sliders ASAP!

When installed in that configuration they will snap the engine mount off the case if you happen to drop the bike. Just move them forward to the heavy steel frame boss in front of them. You can drill and tap this location or just open it up and run a piece of re-bar thru the frame.
Yep. My knee was acting up and I had to come up with a quick leg rest the night before a trip. I drilled and tapped the holes to 7/16" SAE thread 'cause that's the closest tap size I had and then bolted on a pair of stunt pegs taken off my son's bicycle over a decade ago and just laying around the garage. Total cost: ZERO.
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Nice Ken Phenix... Simple and efficient.
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Nice. The boxes look very clean. How much storage do you actually get with those?

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not so much badly


Outside: 12.5" x 10.1" x 6"
Inside: 9.4" x 7.4" x 5.5"


I still looking for something similar but larger
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Aw man, That'll barely fit an iPad. I was hoping for enough space to store a macbook or something like that.

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Aw man, That'll barely fit an iPad. I was hoping for enough space to store a macbook or something like that.
They have a bunch of different sizes in a similar style, also seems this site has more then enough selection to find what you are looking for

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They have a bunch of different sizes in a similar style, also seems this site has more then enough selection to find what you are looking for

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Did somebody say BIGGER?

My Seahorse SE-720 cases are not as robust as those but they're quite roomy and half the money. I can easily carry a full size 17" screen laptop in its own bag and still have room for a change of clothes.



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it's bigger but a little bit to much for my day to day needs. Do you made yourself your fixation system (rack) ?


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Did somebody say BIGGER?

My Seahorse SE-720 cases are not as robust as those but they're quite roomy and half the money. I can easily carry a full size 17" screen laptop in its own bag and still have room for a change of clothes.



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I know those models too. the problem's is the space between the tail and the muffler. In addition the locks need to be on the sides not on the top. But here I find something interesting. Less design but bigger : Seahorse Cases, SE-540 Waterproof Case I will think about it!

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They have a bunch of different sizes in a similar style, also seems this site has more then enough selection to find what you are looking for

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...the problem's is the space between the tail and the muffler. In addition the locks need to be on the sides not on the top. ...

That's exactly the constraints that I found in selecting a side case. My main goal was to carry some tools and rain gear and be able to lock up my GPS and any other valuables that I didn't want to carry around off the bike.

This is next on my wish list for longer trips

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Did somebody say BIGGER?

My Seahorse SE-720 cases are not as robust as those but they're quite roomy and half the money. I can easily carry a full size 17" screen laptop in its own bag and still have room for a change of clothes.



That's what I'm talking about. However, it does look like the case is rubbing on the exhaust? Do you have any concerns about that at all? Looks like that case fits everything you need though!

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Do you made yourself your fixation system (rack) ?
Yep.

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Hey guys,

i've had this post bookmarked as this hard case is something i want to do soon.

i just came across this deal on some hard cases - my pocketbook loves em. Just curious if anyone thinks these would make some decent hard cases and which would be the best to get

Monoprice Weatherproof Hard Case w/ Customizable Foam (various sizes) - Slickdeals.net


most of the cases seem like they'd be too oddly shaped to work but this guy seems like a possibility:

http://www.monoprice.com/product?p_i...ls+LLC-1122587

i hope this gets the attention of the vaunted MarylandMike

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Hey guys,

i've had this post bookmarked as this hard case is something i want to do soon.

i just came across this deal on some hard cases - my pocketbook loves em. Just curious if anyone thinks these would make some decent hard cases and which would be the best to get

Monoprice Weatherproof Hard Case w/ Customizable Foam (various sizes) - Slickdeals.net

most of the cases seem like they'd be too oddly shaped to work but this guy seems like a possibility:

http://www.monoprice.com/product?p_i...ls+LLC-1122587

i hope this gets the attention of the vaunted MarylandMike
Those look great especially for the price! Before you buy them, you may want to cut out a piece of cardboard that is the same size and hold it up to the bike and see if there will be any interference with rears sets etc.... Another consideration is that the latches are on the top so you will have to make sure there is clearance to operate those. I wanted to keep a narrower profile, so the side latches were a better fit for me so the cases could be partially tucked under the rear cowling.

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Hey guys,

i've had this post bookmarked as this hard case is something i want to do soon.

i just came across this deal on some hard cases - my pocketbook loves em. Just curious if anyone thinks these would make some decent hard cases and which would be the best to get

Monoprice Weatherproof Hard Case w/ Customizable Foam (various sizes) - Slickdeals.net

most of the cases seem like they'd be too oddly shaped to work but this guy seems like a possibility:

http://www.monoprice.com/product?p_i...ls+LLC-1122587

i hope this gets the attention of the vaunted MarylandMike
I was going to post this in the deal of the day thread but couldn't navigate the new site to find it. Glad you it posted here.

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