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I collect my Rebel 500 tomorrow (yes, they are open on a Sunday arvo here in Thailand).
It will come with a few accessories.
However, the one item I can not source and have not seen, is a suitable top box.
I wont be needing that tiny pillion seat and hope to be able to fit a box where the pillion seat is located.

Has anyone done that yet?

Any suggestions?

Ride safe and best wishes from rainy Thailand.
 

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Someone fixed a milk crate on their bike, so... Yeah.. Only your imagination is stopping you?
 

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My mate here made the brackets to fit on the Fender & used a nylon chopping board as a base. He fitted a Givvi box to it, looks good.
There are plenty of rack options here, join the Thai Honda rebel club on FB, plenty of people selling thier designs & efforts on there.
 

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OK, thanks Twizz.
 

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Neat.
Thanks zohararad.
 

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I think that Hepco rack can be found cheaper without the attached backrest... it's been posted here before somewhere.

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The Hepco rack without sissybar is (in germany) Euro 109.00. But i think the solorack for HD Sportster 883 or Dyna could do fine. Im planning to do so. Its just ca Euro 40.00 on ebay.
 

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OK, thanks for the info re Hepco rack CueBaller.
Look forward to reading about your rack of choice Kradmelder.
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Wow! That's impressive.
 

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What should I say?
For me, it looks somewhat like a rocketeer´s bike? :wink2:
Or like a bike from a small-business mortician? :wink2:

Whatsoever, it is in the eye of the beholder. :smile2:
But it´s no good, to haul freight and crates so high above the ground. The bike goes easy out of control, esp. in higher speeds and turns. Better is a low centre of gravity. :|
 
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