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post #1 of 8 Old 06-15-2015, 06:15 PM Thread Starter
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I built my roof and cargo bout of 1x's and treated plywood and my cargo carrier was made out of some metal laying around the shop. My cargo carries main purpose was for a single tip broadcast sprayer (yard and deer camp roads) and closer to the ground for throwing deer in. I am in the thinking stage of a front rack.
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Looks great. I like the idea to use the cargo rack and I am also thinking stage of a front rack. Mine will hold a cooler. Hopefully I will have it done by mid August .
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I picked up a harbor freight atv cargo rack for 40 bucks a lil modifications and welding some angle iron for supports, I have a front rack!! still have to do some final touches. I don't have a under hood storage tray but with 2 bolts removed the rack will swing up!
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2016 pioneer 700-2 center seatbelt and soft buckles from 99 civic rear seat




Nip the end off one so they mate up you'll have to drill out the hole on one to fit the shank on the bolt


Put together


Bolt back on and repeat for passenger side


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very nice. I have a 1000-5 on order and with my grandkids filling up the seats, I can see a use for that to throw a couple of bags on top. Great idea.
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Mounted a $14 Harbor Freight air horn. Used the $5 Honda Accessory Sub Harness because nobody could tell me the real value of it (complete waste of $5 in my opinion). I could have easily wired the horn without it. The hardest part was deciding where to mount the horn button; I elected to remove an existing bolt and add the horn button. I also bought a fuse holder from O'Reilly Auto Parts for about $4 and ran a dedicated fused line from the battery to the horn's compressor. I used the Accessory Sub Harness to connect the horn button to the relay. The Accessory Sub harness only has power when the key is on, so this makes it only work when the key is on.
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Seat Belt Extension?

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seatbelt and soft buckles from 99 civic rear seat
Any suggestions on a front seatbelt extension? I'm a fat dude and seeking an extra foot so the belt is not too tight.
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I don't ride with the safety nets down (I leave them rolled up), but after some of the wacky weather we've been experiencing, I thought about a way to stay relatively dry on casual rides. I bought a roll of plastic window material of ebay and velcro. I cut the windows to the shape of the nets. Had the velcro sewn on (hard side on the nets, soft side on the plastic. I put a large sheet of cardboard down on a work table. I stapled the nets (one at a time) on to it so it was flat. I put the the plastic over the net, then took a marker and traced the outline of the webbing straps. This gave me the template to cut the window to shape and gave me a guide for where to sew the velcro on to the plastic. I keep the windows rolled up in cardboard shipping tubes that I stow under the roof. If it starts storming, roll down the nets and put the windows up! Tip: Use a sheet of large tissue paper between the windows when you roll them up, so there's no plastic to plastic contact. That will keep them from "whiting out" due to moisture and help prevent scratching.
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