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Old 01-02-2013, 09:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Trunk bag for RS Venture

I couldn't find a trunk bag that's an exact fit for my RS Venture so I made some minor alterations & I found a perfect fit.

First I purchased the Yamaha trunk bag (Part no:10-SMA-8GC63-00-00) made for Apex, Vector, Nytro & Phazer.

I made some minor changes by purchasing three 1" side release buckles. Using the excess lengths of nylon provided I added an extra buckle in the middle & installed two buckles on the front & rear. Then I simply connect to the bracket provided by the RS Venture (behind passenger backrest) & connect the front buckle around the passenger backrest for a perfect fit that's very sturdy & works like a charm.

I had the bag fully loaded all day yesterday & it worked great.

PS: It helps having an upholster as a neighbor.
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Old 01-02-2013, 11:05 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Looks good! It's always good to have more storage space.
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Yeah the key was to having it look clean with not an excess of straps hanging down. This way it's both extremely sturdy & clean looking.
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