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Does anyone make an organizer that can be attached to inside lid of the top box? I have one on my '95 ultra classic. It's really nice to be able to keep all the little stuff from getting lost in the bottom of the case and having take everything out of the bottom to find it.

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post #2 of 10 Old Jan 7th, 2006, 4:46 am
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The '05 nowadays has a leather organizer that holds manuals, registration documents etc. paper stuff.
But if you want to store some tools, bulbs, zip ties, glue, tape or what have you, you might want to check this if you haven't seen this already...

http://www.bmwlt.net/ubbthreads/show...e=&view=&sb=&o=


or this...

http://www.bmwlt.net/ubbthreads/show...e=&view=&sb=&o=

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Does anyone make an organizer that can be attached to inside lid of the top box? I have one on my '95 ultra classic. It's really nice to be able to keep all the little stuff from getting lost in the bottom of the case and having take everything out of the bottom to find it.
Check this site that sells a fairly nice organizer that installs inside the trund lid: Goldwing 1800. It attached to the OEM existing screws. Don't know how you would attach to the LT.

http://www.hondadirectlineusa.com/st...4&ID=457015959



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I purchase a rear trunk organizer for a Honda GL1500 from www.chrischrome.com last year. Had to trim it a little. But used the stock screws in the trunk lid. Trunk light still is usable, but it did cover the mirrow. It was a close out. They have one listed #88023 for 26.95 that looks close to the one I purchased.

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I had the one from my GL 1800, cut it off under the top pocket, & it hangs from the 2 screws on the front wall of the trunk. It gives me one decent size pouch. When it was in the top of my Goldwing trunk it took up too much of the dome space, couldn't put a helmet in there. It works great on the front of the LT trunk.
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Good Morning Big-E,

Please check the link- it doesn't work.

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Stolen from Goldwing Website

Here are three possible setups from the Honda Direct Website. I don't recall seeing any screws in the trunk. It may require heavy duty velcro or double sided tape.

I think this is the link Big E:

http://www.hondadirectlineusa.com/st...4&ID=457048641
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Thanks everybody I found what I needed. As usual this site rocks.

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