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    Senior Member Joe A.'s Avatar
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    National Cycle Storage Pod

    Anybody have one? wondering how quick it can be removed and put back on when refueling. Looks like a handy piece of kit:

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    Senior Member National Cycle Storage Pod bamamate's Avatar
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    Depending on the size, it looks like you could strap it to the seat and not have to remove it to refill.

    Previous: Kawasaki MT1A 75 (small fat tires, auto clutch), CB400 (Hawk), and after a 20+ year hiatus a NC700X

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    I wonder if that would fit on the fender of a dirt bike, and stay. Would be a great way to carry a few tools and a bottle of water.

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    Anybody try this yet?.....
    2012 NC700X 37000 and counting
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    2018 Yamaha Super Tenere ES....

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    I have one. I found that the straps do not align with the NC seat all that well. The pod is also rather shallow, not giving as much room as you might think. Mine has been relegated to usage as a container for all my straps and bungees in my shed.

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    Senior Member Heavy-H's Avatar
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    I see .... Thanks for the reply....
    2012 NC700X 37000 and counting
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    2005 Suzuki Hayabusa
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    MPG? forget about it.....?

    2018 Yamaha Super Tenere ES....

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