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Could something be mounted under the rear rack, under the top box? Just thinking that once you find/ buy/ build/ refashion something that holds the tools you need, it could be secured to the underside of the rear rack. It would have to be fairly thin to avoid hiding the tail light, however.
Only something very narrow as it would obscure the brake light.

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AH, sorry I misunderstood that you specifically wanted to mount something externally, I thought you were looking for options to better organize your tools inside the bags.
No problem vanislejay. I just wanted to clarify. It doesn't hurt to have multiple options pictured for those in the future who stumble across such threads.
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Does the wee, and later generation bikes have less space under the seat? The cavity at the back on my vee is so big, I have all those tools I mentioned above and room to spare. I can't see why anyone would need a tool tube or another location for tools. It's like a clown car under there. They just need to be in small ish organizer pouches.

PerazziMx14 all that stuff except the pledge, plus the factory tools could easily fit under the seat on my vee. And really, I think the pledge could fit too, but it would be a bit inconvenient.

I agree. I had a Sargent seat on my DL650 that had a tool/tube built into it. Not sure why all manufacturers don't do this and also the space under the seat was like a cavern and being able to store tons of stuff. Especially in comparison to looking under the seat of an Italian bike. Lucky to have enough space to house your registration card
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