Good and bad news. There is, but it's at the front of the tank. You could easily T into a line up there (good news, bad news, good news) and run it to the back of the bike.Meese said:But I haven't pulled the GT tank off yet to see if there is a similar plate under there somewhere.
[I said:Meese]Which rally are you running, Dave?[/I]
A couple of different ones this year, The CAL24 and the Spank Rally. Really need the tank for the Spank Rally. Not having to stop as often is a real bonus as you know.
Thanks for the tips, I am going to take the tank off this weekend and have a look to see what is what under there.
The overall answer is that even with full fuel and water, one saddlebag full of tools, and the other full of clothes and a laptop, it's still less weight than a passenger.swmckinley54 said:Meese,
A couple of questions. With water and gas what do you figure added weight is up top. Do you notice it when everything is full? What did you do about the space underneath the tank where the passenger seat use to be? Is it covered to keep out the elements. Is your application a permanent mount? TIA