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what is the large(4"x6") opening in the rear fender under the seat for? was there a drop in tool tray for this opening?

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Good question. I'd like to know myself. I've one in the same place on my C-125. Though I think the fender is a replacement for an original plastic one.

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that's for basic operational check on shifter boot, wire routing and view points to look for problems . you can see the drive belt area the clutch linkage . I use it regularly to keep an eye on things. just a good access point , between that and the lower dash plate ,and shifter gate ,you can look inside at service areas. pete

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My guess is that the hole is used for location in the fender forming process. I would think that there are least three different stampings to complete the fender.

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With the hydro trans. You use this to access the hydro linkage.

 

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