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I was changing my seat yesterday and found this washer that looks like a spacer of some sort. It was underneath the toolbox wedged amongst some fuses and/or relays. I just bought the bike used so I know I hadn't lost it down there but I think the seat had been changed and then replaced by the first owner as the seat bolt was mildly stripped so I figure someone has messed around in there but I see no other signs of modification on the bike.
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I was changing my seat yesterday and found this washer that looks like a spacer of some sort. It was underneath the toolbox wedged amongst some fuses and/or relays. I just bought the bike used so I know I hadn't lost it down there but I think the seat had been changed and then replaced by the first owner as the seat bolt was mildly stripped so I figure someone has messed around in there but I see no other signs of modification on the bike. View attachment 18938
I think it is item 4 in the parts diagram below.
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I think you might be right. I don't remember seeing any cover over the empty space under the seat so it could very well be that. Thank you!
The cover is nothing more than a piece of flat black plastic that covers some of the electrical stuff. The previous owner may have been in there for something and neglected to put it back in place.
 

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The cover is nothing more than a piece of flat black plastic that covers some of the electrical stuff. The previous owner may have been in there for something and neglected to put it back in place.
I could mail you a template traced on a piece of paper if you want to make a replacement cover out of a piece of black plastic. The plastic is somewhat pliable if you could find something similar to cut it from.
 

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I could mail you a template traced on a piece of paper if you want to make a replacement cover out of a piece of black plastic. The plastic is somewhat pliable if you could find something similar to cut it from.
I appreciate it but I think I'm going to try to fabricate some sort of storage in there so I don't think I'll need it, but thanks for the offer!
 

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I appreciate it but I think I'm going to try to fabricate some sort of storage in there so I don't think I'll need it, but thanks for the offer!
Good decision. I purchased an under the seat storage bag from Brass Horse Leather Works on Etsy.com who was a former SCR owner on this forum. I also bought his Pony Express bags for each side. It’s good stuff!


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Good decision. I purchased an under the seat storage bag from Brass Horse Leather Works on Etsy.com who was a former SCR owner on this forum. I also bought his Pony Express bags for each side. It’s good stuff!


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Those are beautiful. Are there any issues with them interfering with your legs? I've never used saddle bags that sit that far forward. His prices are very reasonable!
 

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They don't get in the way of my legs at all. I remove my side covers when I use the bags which allow them to lay into the frame a little bit. I also had him make me a cross bar bag that is the handiest bag of them all. It has a loop on the front so I can clip my phone case to it and use my GPS.
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Lol…….I’ve had these lying in a magnetic tray for about 4 years now…….

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…..pretty certain they came off the bike at some point, but never sure where (nor bothering to check). Cheers @Schu :ROFLMAO:

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