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Old 08-09-2011, 02:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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rear rack seat/storage

Hey all. Went riding with my gf Sunday and am now shopping for a rear seat for the back of my bike. Anyway I want a somewhat comfortable backrest for her but I would also luke to have some compartments to put stuff in for hunting and camping trips. Anyone have any suggestions for me. Don't want to break the bank either.
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Hey all. Went riding with my gf Sunday and am now shopping for a rear seat for the back of my bike. Anyway I want a somewhat comfortable backrest for her but I would also luke to have some compartments to put stuff in for hunting and camping trips. Anyone have any suggestions for me. Don't want to break the bank either.
Get a 2up seat that has the compartments for a Jerry can.

Also consider the foot pegs as it enables the rider a more safe and comfy ride.
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Old 08-09-2011, 05:55 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I've got a Kimpex like in the link below. Plenty of storage room and a place for a gas can on the back.

ATV passenger rear back seat rest w cargo storage trunk | eBay
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i have a tamarack lounger bag.. Its nice seals very well and uses magnets not zippers.. and if you dont want it on the wheeler you can take it off and it folds flat. My wife loves it the seats not that thick but she says its nicer then the seat on the rancher.. The main thing i liked with the soft bag is they dont take over the seat on the wheeler..
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