Happy Trails Tail Plate System (2" or 3" riser) HTP7-3-7

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Happy Trails Tail Plate (2" or 3" riser) DRZ400S/SM-KLX400S

Happy Trails Tail Plate System (2" or 3" riser)

Happy Trails Products

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Warning: Please consult your owner's manual for manufacturer's recommendations on weight restrictions for both the tail rack and overall gross vehicle weight.

Riser Height: The riser creates either a 2" or 3" space under the top plate for equipment storage. Select 2" or 3" below.

Tool Holder: Add the Suzuki OEM bolt-on Tool Holder and Tool Holder Cap for just $33. See picture.

New and Exciting! This product has been over a year in development.

We have here a new and improved tail plate system offering the kind of versatility appropriate for the DRZ400/KLX400. The system comes complete with either a 2" or 3" riser (your choice). The riser allows you to stow tools, tubes, and other important gear while keeping the top plate available for additional luggage. The Suzuki bolt-on tool holder kit offers an addition option for stowing tools on one or both sides. The kit is compatible with all of our side rack systems.

All Happy Trails products are crafted in Boise, Idaho


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Manufacturer: Happy Trails Products
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  • Is there a tail plate available without the riser? I'm looking for a flat plate I can mount a rotopax or luggage too without raising the center of gravity as much but that will mount up with the SU system
    Question by: Sam Martin on 2019-02-04 04:05:00

    We have a tubular Tail Rack found HERE

    The 1 gallon rotopax fits inside the 3" Riser. I used a Strap to retain it and it worked excellent,

    Answer by: Tim on 2019-02-03 23:05:00