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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 07-19-2016, 06:57 PM Thread Starter
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f4 seat storage!

Finally found a tail storage that actually sort of fits in with the design...................


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oh, and here are the pics
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thats very nice julian, really suits it
whats the brand....... (all i could make out was newest)

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I agree. Who makes it?

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Quite a practical solution but as for looks … like many on bike storage solutions it only detracts from the bike's lines. But then, I think the pillion seat on an F4 detracts from the bikes lines. The small bag which can go on the petrol cap (clicks on and off a fitting attached to the petrol cap but can't remember the supplier or if the do it for later F4s) looks much better. That reminds me of cushion which goes on a bed after the bed is made at grandmas house. Personally, I just travel light - small wallet with a couple of cards and drivers license, mobile phone, hat and neck warmer for if it gets cold.
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Hey Guys, thanks for the comments re the seat storage to clarify............. I was looking for something removable plus could be fitted to the top of the seat (it has traps underneath) or without it I found the unit in a Savers store (Op shop) in Melbourne, cost me $3.00 just goes to show what you can find if you keep an eye out and use your imagination


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It's good that you say 'sort of'.
It's very ugly and besides also small. What does it serve then? Your lunchpack?

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erik cmon mate thats not nice lol its not ugly at all . i think its pretty cool, it seems others think so too
and for 3bucks Jules got the bargain of a lifetime

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