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Here is what I did.

1) I had a couple of strong spring clamps and they held the base to the flat rack on the KLR. (I put it so I can still get to my tool bag).

2) With the clamps holding the base I took a 15/64" drill bit and drilled four holes near the corners. I used the holes that were already in the EMGO to start the holes.

3) I used the bolts supplied with the EMGO but I put washers underneath along with some locking nuts.

It is a solid mount and is as low as possible. Nice looking too.

Scroll down for pictures.
 

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Is this a top box or something? Emgo's a manufacturer, not a product.. I put Emgo's in my bike everytime I change oil.. :)
 

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In this picture you are shown the base. Note all the holes in the base. You can also see where I drilled because there are bolts in those holes now. Spread the holes out to give the base better support.
 

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In this pic you can see that the base is just behind the tool bag. Why cover it up when you can use it?
 

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This is with the box mounted. Plenty of room for another rider and even a couple of cords to tie stuff down with.
 

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Back of the box. Nice reflector for such an inexpensive box. Key entry. The lower red button is to release the box from the bike.
 

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Getting ready to do a full review of the Packrat mounts Sunday and will be pulling these pictures off of my photobucket account.
 
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