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Old August 11th, 2010   #11
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Old August 11th, 2010   #12
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Thanks Joe. I really appreciate it.
My wife said she'd by a trunk for my bike for my Birthday. I was undecided for months on what to get. I think you have solved that problem for me.

I think it looks great on your bike.
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Old August 12th, 2010   #13
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If she rides with you and you are intrested i mader a plate to mount the trunk on out of 1/4 aluminumthat mounts the trunk so the pillon has the most room and you can take the trunk off without removing the seat
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i HAVE THE SH29 , IT'S THE PERFECT SIZE FOR MY TIRE REPAIR KIT, FIRST AID KIT, EXTRA FACESHIELD , GLOVES, AND MY RAINSUIT, I LIKE THIS SIZE BECAUSE I CAN STILL PUT MY COVER ON WHEN I RIDE TO WORK.
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Old August 13th, 2010   #15
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I have a wife that rides with me about 8000 miles a year and loves to shop . Thats why i have the big one . My $20.00 covers the trunk fine
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If she rides with you and you are intrested i mader a plate to mount the trunk on out of 1/4 aluminumthat mounts the trunk so the pillon has the most room and you can take the trunk off without removing the seat
Joe I just got the trunk today. (back ordered since July)
I now see what you mean about mounting it, none of the holes match up. Do you have any drawings or pictures of the plate you made?
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So to resurrect an old post....

Shad has a new model, the SH48, that looks like great match for the ST.



The US distributor is out of Miami with a local dealer here in Palm Beach. I've got an email into them to get a price.


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Please update when you get information. Looks like a nice top box, but more and/or color pic's would be nice (or a web link).
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http://www.shadusa.com/en/shad-usa/


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Always makes me curious as to who writes the websites these companies put up. If I pulled up a website *I* was paying for, and saw them spell "break light" in every place, I'd be on the phone in seconds. But, I'm also a Computer major, with an English minor, so that stuff just bugs me no end. You have no idea how many posts I want to fix.
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