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post #1 of 27 Old 02-08-2014, 08:53 AM Thread Starter
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Whats under your rear seat?

I know we get the standard "Tool Kit" from Ducati but just wandering what else are people taking with them on rides?

A Chamois perhaps, anything else?
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Can't ride without something to smoke for that quiet break between the rides

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It's not exactly roomy...
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R u kidding?
I could maybe fit a box of matches and a toothpick under mine.

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Tyre puncture repair kit. It just fits.

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If i get a puncture i will call Ducati rider assist

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Absolutely nothing under mine at the moment, just realised I never put the tool kit back under the seat after fitting my tail tidy!!

Usually wire up a charging point for my phone under the seat, really handy when on trips. Not sure ill do it on the 899 yet, usually come straight from battery which on last few bikes has been under riders seat, different position on the 899 and not looked how easy routing cable would be.


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adeyrob, have you seen this one? It's reslly great!

http://burnsmoto.com/usb-power-socket-weatherproof.php


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To bad the one that attaches to the battery tender is out of stock. I'd like to throw that in my pack for longer trips.
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If i get a puncture i will call Ducati rider assist

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And miss out on a few hours of riding while waiting for roadside to come while it only takes 10 minutes max to fix it yourself. I don't think so.

Also isn't there a fee involved if the bike is XX amount of distance from the workshop or house? I vaguely remember reading something like that in the Rider Assist book.

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