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    Single Seat - Rear Storage Compartment R1200RT

    Good Evening,

    Came across this picture the other night and I like the idea as it would eliminate the tank bag maybe as I usually ride one up. Does anyone have any idea who or what it is?
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    Corbin Smuggler's Trunk. Had one on my RT and loved it. Pricey.
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    Corbin Smuggler

    I bought one used on this site. Love it Carries all my tools, including tire pump. doesn't get in the way and the panniers stay at home most of the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b25bsaboy View Post
    Good Evening,

    Came across this picture the other night and I like the idea as it would eliminate the tank bag maybe as I usually ride one up. Does anyone have any idea who or what it is?
    ^^^ Thanks for sharing the photo/response. This is a worthwhile/practical farkle I'll be putting on my X-Mas wish list.
    Judging by the slight sweep/curvature, the windscreen appears to be a non-OEM windscreen, eh?
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    Rick,

    Please read: http://www.bmwmoa.org/forum/showthread.php?t=46055 - you can imagine how useful this info might be in the thread title, since not everyone here owns the same bike you do.. and the people that do might pass right by your posting. I'm adding the info to the thread title, please do so yourself in future posts to the tech forums.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deilenberger View Post
    Rick,

    Please read: http://www.bmwmoa.org/forum/showthread.php?t=46055 - you can imagine how useful this info might be in the thread title, since not everyone here owns the same bike you do.. and the people that do might pass right by your posting. I'm adding the info to the thread title, please do so yourself in future posts to the tech forums.
    Fair enough and excellent point!
    Rick MacPherson
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