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What did u put in the box under the seat?

Discussion in 'Scrambler Talk' started by Fred78, May 17, 2017.

  1. Fred78

    Fred78 New Member

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    image.jpeg image.jpeg Hi everybody,i m curious to know and see what is inside...
    In mine i d put a pair of latex gloves in case of mecanic problems...we never know,a plastic bag to put my mobile,papers etc if its raining...in Germany is quiet often,and,a disc lock,a helmet lock and a cargo net if i need to fix something on my seat or tank...and yeah!everything fit!!
     
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    Tried to fit a Coke into mine. Didn't fit. Haven't tried anything since. Might try a pack of gum, maybe that will fit.
     
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    Mines full of straps just in case I end up buying a crate of beer on the way home :)
     
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    The obligatory cargo net, must have.
    Disk lock (need a smaller one)
    Cable ties. Will save you at some point.
     
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    This is the best thread in this forum so far. I'm old so I keep ibuprofen, antacid, reading glasses, registration, small clean rag and Cycle Wipes for cleaning visor.
    Here is a link for Cycle Wipes. They are pricey but work pretty good. Inevitably, within the first mile of riding there always seems to be a big bug that splats dead center of my helmet visor.

    Cycle Wipes | Easily clean your motorcycle helmets visor or face shield.
     
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    I use that space to keep a small tubeless puncture repair kit and a couple of Co2 cartridges.

    A few cable ties and a roll of insulation tape.

    It also houses a remotely operated motion detector alarm.
     
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    The dealer told me than it s for a first aid kit...
     
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    Use mine for the mandatory first aid kit for motorcycles.
    Fits also cargo net and a few bits with small pocket type multitool
     
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    Off topic a sec, but save yourself some money.
    Put a wet glasses cloth in a small ziplock bag.
    Cloth stays damp and cleans visors like a dream, costs next to nothing.
     
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    Bugger all.

    Weight saving innit.
     
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    Right now it's a plastic baggie with my registration and insurance info in it.

    As soon as I find a good small one, I'll throw a tire repair kit in there as well, with some other odds & ends like zipties.
     
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    Although you need the title to transfer a bike, I still wouldn't feel comfortable leaving the registration on the bike.

    Am I paranoid?
     
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