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Rear seat luggage rack - April 10, 2008, 01:36 PM

A while back someone posted about a rear seat luggage rack. It locked into place using the passenger seat lock. I just can't remember what the thing was called and I can't find it on DCSB. If anyone know what I'm talking about please help me out. Thanks. Oh and I have no pics....


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Rice Rocket Rack

http://www.ricerocketracks.com/main.html

check the classifieds, someone was selling one not too long ago...


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April 10, 2008, 02:05 PM

thats it. thanks. you going to make it tomorrow after work?


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I have one for 04-05 gsxr 600 and 750.

Still for sale never mounted once.

$100 firm


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I have one for 04-05 gsxr 600 and 750.

Still for sale never mounted once.

$100 firm
thanks but i have a r6


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I have one for my R6 and I love it!
It's not for sale but definitely worth the money!!
You will need to do some adjusting before you use it the first time.


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Crap. like what?


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Do they make 'em for 2nd gen SV's??

EDIT: iiiii'm dumb, coulda just looked at the website....


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Crap. like what?
I had to drill a new hole and bend a piece of metal. Didn't take long and it was worth it


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Here's another idea:
http://www.motorcycle.com/products/t...iew-86933.html



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How to buy these:

http://www.thecycleguys.com/


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That pop-up thingie looks like the same concept as my spare tire on the silver car........ or a mini moon bounce.


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Yeah, it also doubles as a passenger eject seat.


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