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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 09-01-2015, 04:16 PM Thread Starter
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Yamaha YXZ1000R Luggage and Rack Accessories



Yamaha has just released the full accessory list for the YXZ1000R

LUGGAGE

REAR CARGO BOX
$369.95


KOLPINŽ QUICK-RELEASE GEAR GRIPS
$74.95


KOLPINŽ XL GEAR GRIPS WITH MOUNT
$45.95


KOLPINŽ GEAR GRIPS WITH SUCTION CUP MOUNT
$38.95


KOLPINŽ XL DOUBLE GEAR GRIPS
$82.95


KOLPINŽ XL SINGLE GEAR GRIPS
$41.95


KOLPINŽ DOUBLE GEAR GRIPS
$59.95


KOLPINŽ SINGLE GEAR GRIPS
$37.95

RACKS

WATER BOTTLE HOLDER
$40.95


FLASHLIGHT HOLDER
$33.95
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post #2 of 20 (permalink) Old 09-02-2015, 03:46 PM
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Is a cargo box really necessary for that price? I feel like you can Diy something for a lot cheaper. It would be a good option if it wasn't so expensive.
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post #3 of 20 (permalink) Old 09-03-2015, 02:35 PM
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You can most likely strap a bag to the rear bed of the YXZ for a fraction of the cost but we won't know until they release a close up of the back.

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Prices listed are not correct. Cargo box is 249.00 Still expensive. Tried to order one and dealer says good luck they are so backlogged and no body can get one. Anybody have one yet and what was your price?
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Those giant plastic bins usually work well. You just have to find a way to secure it.
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Those giant plastic bins usually work well. You just have to find a way to secure it.
Being able to bolt is straight down or to secure it down in some way as secure as that would ultimately be the best option



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Being able to bolt is straight down or to secure it down in some way as secure as that would ultimately be the best option
I was even thinking about drilling a few holes and using zip ties. You'd have to make sure its tight, but I think that would work and would be super cheap.
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Walmart box...approx. 18 bucks

used cam straps to secure and allow easy entry. Plus I keep a large clean garbage bag to store jackets and things you don't want getting dusty. Actually fits very nicely.
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Looks like a perfect fit. Which walmart box did you get?
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I can't remember...I had it sitting around the house. It has a suitcase type handle on one side...you can see it on image. It may be a type of footlocker. Plastic is thin and certainly would crack if rolled over/on to, but at its cheap price that would be the least of worries.

I've used them on grizzle yes and rhino for years.
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