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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-Jun-2019, 07:57 AM (540) Thread Starter
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Wanted to show you my latest modification.
I used to have an AltRider Luggage Plate in place of my passenger seat.
Recently came across a more versatile luggage plate manufactured by SEACOM.
It allows you to use your passenger seat with the plate installed, if you chose to, and it runs the entire length of the rear seat area out over the tail light.
Cost was around $300 with a discount for RawHyde Alumni.
I have no affiliation with SEACOM, just wanted to show you an option. If interested contact Wil Stillens at: [email protected]
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-Jun-2019, 09:16 PM (094)
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I just got a SEACOM plate as well. I'll be installing it on Sunday. I think it's a great solution that will allow me to quickly change from solo to 2up.
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Looks interesting. Can you guys supply a link?

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Looks interesting. Can you guys supply a link?

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Seems expensive for not being much.
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A great idea.
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Seems expensive for not being much.
Actually, if you compare it to AltRider and Black Dog its cost less and provides as much coverage or more plus you can have your passenger seat on if you need.
Again, I am not affiliated with SEACOM.

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