Wow yours looks great man, I like how you mounted it to the pillion seat.
Look at the size of that thing. Its bigger then what i had as a top box on the back of my K1200LTSE
can you pls give us better photos of how the box is attached to the rack, if you do that i can add this to our sticky thread of knowledge, thanks
yeah it depends on what you need space for I guess, but I wanted enough for commuting with my computer and rain gear, all that good stuff.um.....thats huge
the first picture doesnt look too big but the side on and rear view ......wow
anyways thanks for the pictures. now i know what not to get. i was looking at something to carry things in but i dont think i need that much space
Thanks for the tip, I did put blue locktite on them because I was worried they would vibrate lose, but I'll keep checking them often.nice work.
let me give you a small tip about ventura racks.
see those 2 big bolts that screw in to hold the rack on, the ones with the holes on the out side
they vibrate lose after a while, no matter how tight you do them up.
im waiting for my 12 month warranty to run out on my ventura rack , & then i will do the same to this ventura rack as what i have done to every other one i have owned & my friends have owned as well.
undo the 2 bolts and grab a centre punch and give it a good whack where the bolts go thru & mark the steel rack
then remove the top U part of the rack and put it in a pedestal drill and drill a hole slightly bigger then the bolt right where you just marked it with the centre punch, so instead of the bolt screwing in and pressing against the side of the "U" part the bolts actually go THRU the rack and it will never come out our work its way loose, EVER!