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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-30-2018, 08:02 PM Thread Starter
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Okay everyone, show me your A Hole....... fix! 🤪

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Maybe they dont make them for the newer models, but i have this on my 2013

https://www.ebay.com/itm/ASM-BOX-REA....c100011.m1850
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Maybe they dont make them for the newer models, but i have this on my 2013



https://www.ebay.com/itm/ASM-BOX-REA....c100011.m1850


Gee thatís nice, ya they donít make them for the 2017 as they did a seat change. thatís oh so nice!


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Just do what I did on my 550 touring,cut a piece of plywood to cover the hole,screw it down then I attached a back rest to a milk crate and screwed that to the plywood,works like a charm.Or if you don't want a milk crate just attach the back rest directly to the plywood.
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Just do what I did on my 550 touring,cut a piece of plywood to cover the hole,screw it down then I attached a back rest to a milk crate and screwed that to the plywood,works like a charm.Or if you don't want a milk crate just attach the back rest directly to the plywood.


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I'll take a look but probably not.
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Found some.
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Very cool! Thanks for sharing, I like that gas tank holder as well!


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NP.the gas can holder fits a 2 1/2 gallon can perfectly,and very cheap to make.
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I use the milk crate during hunting season to put any grouse that I shoot but you could also attach the back rest directly to the plywood with a couple of angle braces.
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