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Has anyone here attached Pelican boxes to their 400?
Cheaper than name-brand hard saddlebags and rugged.
 

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i put a milk box on a bicycle once, and a dog box on a pickup, but never had much desire to haul pelicans, keep us informed on how this works out
 

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I haven't mounted them on my scoot, but I've used them a lot in my day to day gig. I have to fly a lot with delicate electronics, and the Pelican cases have always done a wonderful job of protecting my gear. And very waterproof to boot.
 

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These boxes aren't cheap----side opening if used as saddle bags, in my world gravity puts you stuff on the ground each time you open.

#2 good solution: Twisted Throttle, I think Fehling racks are available, that take Givi boxes----E-21 top opening, cheap, light, GIVI quality

#3 Top Box----none beats GIVI, MY E-46 has now well over 500,000 miles, including the shaking of Harley Sportsters. Can be mounted on Burgman with no GIVI rack, just bolted on. Big fender washer spread the load around bolt holes in box

#4 Real cheap and satisfactory solution----yellow Stanley tool box, 24" wide @about $15 bolted directly to rear wing/spoiler---great to be seen. I have 2----big one and small one.

One thing to consider-----any box mounted behind rear axle center=not a plus for handling----stuff inside really jumps around, possible beat itself to death.
 
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