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22 Cforce 800XC Rack extenders


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Just installed the front and rear rack extenders for mine.

Kinda thought the rear was a bit lacking in verasatility.

Heres the end result of stage one modification, as well as the front rack and "tool" holders installed.

The front bag doubles as a waist pack "glove box" and the rear bags are actually a 2 piece hunting pack that hold basic load management and extraction gear.

They all dismount fairly quickly and can be repurposed for other uses.


I end up riding solo a lot and try to keep on hand what I might need to get myself home just in case.



Front Rack 1.JPG

Front Rack2.JPG


Rear Rack13.JPG

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The upper rail on both ends is an OEM add on. The lower rail on the rear I welded in myself. makes for much better mounting options for gear as it overhangs the basic rack by about five inches.

I might add some light gauge expanded metal later.

I could have built them completely myself, but I couldn't quite make out "where" they attached and the material at the moment would have cost almost as much as buying them.

the rails do really make the rack much more usable, too.

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