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Has anyone ever added tie downs inside this rear cargo box? I have the linq box on a 2015 max. I find stuff slides around in the box and an anchor for a strap or a net would be a nice addition.
 

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I have the same problem unless i pack mine full. Santa got me some o-track tiedown rails and rings from princess auto. got a few weeks where we can't ride without tracks so i got some down time to get a bunch of stuff done on the bike.

 

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I have the same problem unless i pack mine full. Santa got me some o-track tiedown rails and rings from princess auto. got a few weeks where we can't ride without tracks so i got some down time to get a bunch of stuff done on the bike.

if you dont care, take some pics once you get these installed? Trying to imagine how this is installed and used? tks
 

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I have the same problem unless i pack mine full. Santa got me some o-track tiedown rails and rings from princess auto. got a few weeks where we can't ride without tracks so i got some down time to get a bunch of stuff done on the bike.

I'm curious of the installation of this as well. Do you have the can am linq trunk box?
 

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I use some bedding foam placed in the bottom....I think I paid like $10.00 for double bed size which is more than enough...it keeps things from sliding, it's cheap, and easy to clean. Just take it out when you need to...
 

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I use cut up pool noodles to fill in the space. Easy and cheap.
 

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Take a cushion from an old sofa and you can cut the foam inside to fit your box . Nice and cheap
 

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I wanted some tie down points and came up with these. They are simple rings from a local hardware store ( or marine supply ) bolted in with some M6 x 25mm bolts and large flat washers. I did spend some time working out where the bolts needed to be so as to not interfere with the rack.
 

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