DrySpec Stash Box Lockable License Plate Storage Box

SKU:TT.SBX.10000
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Description

The DrySpec STASH BOX is a weather resistant storage box that mounts between the motorcycle and the license plate. It is ideally suited to storing the vehicle registration and other small objects while remaining unobtrusive. The Stash Box has features that provide benefits over other motorcycle storage devices i.e. low cost concealed mounting location vehicle styling is unaffected and easy accessibility. read more

SKU:
TT.SBX.10000
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Weight:
.45 lbs
Dimensions:
1 × 7 × 5 in
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$30.00

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Description

Sized to work with all standard size license plates as well as the current Wisconsin and Ohio cycle plates.

External Dimensions: 7″ x 4″ x 1”; plus 1″ on the width for the lock.

Internal Storage Dimensions: 6.3″ x 3.5″ x 0.8″

Made from molded polypropylene. Includes all mounting hardware retention pouch for paper documents foam insert lock and two keys.

Assembly & Mounting Instructions:

  • Assemble the lock into the Stash Box using thread locking compound or RTV sealant on threads.
  • Press the o-ring seal into the groove in the bottom side of the Stash Box’s interior. The ends should terminate along the edge closest to the hinge.
  • Install the retention pouch to an interior surface of the Stash Box. Use this to secure paper documents.
  • Determine the desired mounting orientation that allows the box to be opened easily. Lock up. Lock down and lock sideways are acceptable. Do not mount the Stash Box flat i.e. license plate facing towards the sky as this may allow water entry under some conditions.
  • Drill mounting holes in the box as required and install with appropriate fasteners. (See below.)


The DrySpec license plate keyed Stash Box

Motorcycle Installation Instructions:

  • Remove the license plate from the cycle.
  • Using a 9/32″ or 17/64″ drill bit drill holes at the pilot marks (seen on the inside of the Stash Box) that will allow the chosen mounting orientation.
  • Mount the Stash Box using the included hardware (2 bolts & locknuts).
  • Install the license plate to the face of the Stash Box using the included hardware (4 screws).

Part Numbers

Our part number: TT.SBX.10000
Manufacturer Number: 100010
GTIN12 / UPC Barcode: 850003076409
GTIN13 / EAN Barcode: 0850003076409

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  1. Jb8712

    Jb8712

    Great product. Very convenient. Plan on getting more for all my bikes

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  2. Dogbertx

    Great little product

    Dogbertx

    Fast shipping, good company response.

    Perfect add on to any child that doesn’t have lockable storage.
    Safe place to put insurance papers.

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  3. larry

    nice

    larry

    now i don’t have remove my seat on my cb500x honda to get to reg. and insurance.

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  4. Clint68

    Fun Product.

    Clint68

    Just a cool little product that is perfect for stashing your insurance and registration.

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  5. Steve 0

    Works as intended

    Steve 0

    I received this on Friday, after careful consideration finally mounted on 2013 R1200R Saturday. Threw away most of the mounting hardware and bought 8-32 screws self locking nuts. Put the screw in just far enough to put a washer on it. A piece of tape on box end wrench to hold the nut. Just get it started and go to the open end side. Pain in the butt, not the boxes fault…Taillight blocked but you can still see the plate at night.

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  6. connie

    Excellent idea

    connie

    I bought this for my sons motorcycle. It has no luggage or fairing. Perfect place to store registration and insurance papers. Only drawl back is the tag light doesn’t light the plate with the additional thickness of the product.

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  7. Barebones

    Works as expected

    Barebones

    Smart product but makes you wonder about the dummies who make the bikes in the first place who don’t provide any space to hide the ownership and spare gas money.

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  8. Paul Calgary

    Not for Alberta, Canada

    Paul Calgary

    The box is for a 7 x 4 inch license plate but the Alberta motorcycle plates are 8 x 5 inch – too big for this item. The license plate blocks the key and the holes do not line up. I should have measured before ordering because I cannot use this item.

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    • Gclyman

      Drill holes in the plate to mTch.

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  9. Paul Calgary

    Not for Alberta, Canada

    Paul Calgary

    The box is for a 7 x 4 inch license plate but the Alberta motorcycle plates are 8 x 5 inch – too big for this item. The license plate blocks the key and the holes do not line up. I should have measured before ordering because I cannot use this item.

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  10. Lrddeath20

    Great Idea, Losses a bit in Implementation though.

    Lrddeath20

    Idea is great. but it’s like they designed it backwards. If the outside shell clamped over the inner then it would make a lot more sense than the current f the outside shell having to slide into the inner shell; which is bolted to the bike. If it was built the other way it would be more water proof and easier to use when the box if filled.

    As well, the holes don’t align to Ontario plates. Trying to figure out a work around on that one.

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  11. Kenny Powers

    License plate stash box

    Kenny Powers

    Waste of money if you have a Canadian plate. This unit is meant for smaller American plates. Had to drill it out and mount it backwards as our larger plates cover the lock. Also the lock quality is questionable.

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  12. RCinAL

    Pretty neat accessory.

    RCinAL

    This is one of those handy inventions that will make you slap your forehead and wonder why you didn’t think of it. It is easy to install too and works great. It came with all the hardware. No bike should be without one. Never get caught without your “papers” again in the great American police state. You can also stash other things – an emergency check, a little cash, or whatever. No one will ever think to look there.

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  13. Lee

    Great product

    Lee

    I had this on BMW’s, HD, now on a Piaggio. Stores registration, Insurance, & $$$.

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  14. Mikeyp

    Awesome product

    Mikeyp

    Easy install. Very inconspicuous. Nobody ever notices it or ask questions

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  15. JasonC

    JasonC

    Awesome place to keep my registration locked away and not having to worry about leaving home without it

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  16. Smittynsc

    Best choice

    Smittynsc

    This is a standard purchase for any bike that I buy. It’s a whole lot better and more convenient for your registration and insurance information. A lot better than digging around in your wallet or under your seat especially in a traffic stop.

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  17. Bob J

    Very well designed

    Bob J

    I installed this dry box on my Super Sherpa for the documents needed on a licensed bike. Keeping paperwork in a tool roll is not wise! This solved a problem fr me! Easy to install, and barely noticeable unless you are looking for it!

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  18. weberbiker

    Works great so far! Easy to install

    weberbiker

    I found this very easy to install, and overall great idea. Works great so far!

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  19. Rider1951

    Handy

    Rider1951

    Easy to install and is a handy spot to put insurance card and bike registration.

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  20. FDC

    Simple to install, perfect solution

    FDC

    I bought this so I dont have to carry copies of all my papers in my pockets. Perfect solution, super easy to install and looks great.

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  21. Glenn

    Met our expectations

    Glenn

    Bought the Stash Box last month, and it was delivered very promptly. Was easy to install, and functions very well, as advertised. It is not entirely waterproof, and it is possible for some water to get into the box, so I would recommend keeping documents in a ziplock bag inside. Very happy with it on our Honda 300 Rebel.

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  22. Skyhawk

    Great idea, but doesn't fit my bike.

    Skyhawk

    Loved the idea and would like to have been able to use it, but, unfortunately, it doesn’t fit on my 2018 Kawasaki Z900RS, unless I put it on upside-down; which isn’t an ideal solution, since anything I put in it will fall out when it’s opened.
    If I ever decide to get a tail-tidy kit for the bike, I may try to install it again.

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  23. SDM

    NEVER STUCK WITH A FLAT TIRE AGAIN

    SDM

    Used this handy little box to stash a CO2 inflator and (3) 20 gram cartridges. Enough CO2 for my KLR650 tires. Box is basically free if you buy it before having to pay for a taxi ride home. ( I did not ).

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  24. Form Man

    Form Man

    I bought the stash box to store my insurance documents for my KLR 650. It is a bit small for British Columbia license plates, and I had to mount it upside down so the plate did not cover the lock. Also the supplied screws for mounting the plate to the box did not seem very robust. I used bolts and nyloks instead. Will put it to the test on the trails this summer.

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  25. reg26

    Great idea

    reg26

    Have had it installed for a couple of weeks now and it’s easy to forget it’s on there. great product to keep copies of stuff that you would need if pulled over by leo. I think for the price it’s a great mod

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  26. Deacon

    Simply does the job.

    Deacon

    I bought this last week and it arrived through the postal service in four days. It installed just as described and was very easy to install. Certainly not a strong box as it is made of plastic but it does well what it is designed for. I am pleased with the product and it is a great place to keep my documents. It fits my Suzuki S40 very well.

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  27. COSooner

    Doesn't work

    COSooner

    Absolutely will not fit the Ducati Multistrada even though it is listed as a Duc accessory. Cost almost as much to ship it back as it costs. Lesson learned. Be careful what you order.

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  28. COSooner

    Doesn't work

    COSooner

    Absolutely will not fit the Ducati Multistrada even though it is listed as a Duc accessory. Cost almost as much to ship it back as it costs. Lesson learned. Be careful what you order.

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  29. TerriRider

    A great simple addition to any bike!

    TerriRider

    Because it fits exactly as your license plate it will mount to any motorcycle. It’s so well hidden that even I don’t notice it and is a great place for small items such as a photocopy of the ownership, a tube patch kit or a dash light bulb for example. A++

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  30. TerriRider

    A great simple addition to any bike!

    TerriRider

    Because it fits exactly as your license plate it will mount to any motorcycle. It’s so well hidden that even I don’t notice it and is a great place for small items such as a photocopy of the ownership, a tube patch kit or a dash light bulb for example. A++

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  31. TomHal

    A must for your bike.

    TomHal

    I have bought 5-6 of these over the years. All for different bikes of varying yrs 60’s-present. I haven’t had any issues with fitment.
    I do not have to worry about my registration, emergency cash or spare key. One less thing to worry about carrying. The box blends in with the bike.

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  32. wylzc

    works well

    wylzc

    does the job it claims to do — stores documents, doesn’t leak, stays secure. No complaints.

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  33. BMWdriver

    Universal fit but not for all bikes...caution.

    BMWdriver

    Nice idea, would be handy but it blocks out the license plate light on my K1200R and not real sure that the plastic “hinge” would last in my cold climates. Would be a great addition on most bikes and would survive weather fine in a milder climate.

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  34. Dale

    Perfectly Simple...

    Dale

    I have two of these for a couple of my bikes to keep insurance, registration, etc. These are very simple but are perfect for what they are for. These are a breeze to install. The quality is high and they are rugged. One is on my KLR650 which I do some off road riding with and these things take the bumps and bruises.

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  35. Phil

    Functional storage box, requires some modification

    Phil

    I have an ’08 KLR 650. My motorcycle came with one of these already installed. It is functional and certainly well concealed, but it moves the license plate forward and away from the license plate light. At night, police cars would be unable to see the license plate because the light hits the top of the box instead of the plate. This might be a good thing for some people, but I am removing the box so I don’t have to worry about it. In conclusion, the box is functional, but requires movement of the license plate light.

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  36. swissutah

    Practical

    swissutah

    Time will tell, I need to go out and ride to see how it holds up….

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  37. Sportster Chick

    Great storage box that has lots of possibilities

    Sportster Chick

    Great item. Wish it was metal but all the ones I’ve seen were 400 dollars. I can’t justify paying that because I would never be locking up anything of that value in it. This works great so your reg and insurance is already secure on the bike. No more worring about forgetting it. I did alter the box a bit hopping to dress it up a bit. I wanted my plates more secure than using the small screws that just ankered into the plastic. I drilled all the way through and used two different bolts that require special wrenches. I used locking washers on inside and waterproofed the bolts with clear flex seal caulk. I used locking washers on the box to plate frame and repeated the seal. I cut and added side view mirrors replacement to add a chrome look to the back of the flat back box. I recommend using Twisted Throttle they were awesome. Thank you Twisted Throttle!

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  38. Brent

    Good Product A Few Issues To Note

    Brent

    Bought this for my wife’s Honda CTX700 to store registration, insurance paperwork.
    Install is easy with one noted exception. If you use a license plate frame with your license plate the provided pan head screws are too short to get a good bite in the plastic. A short trip the the Hardware Store and install is complete. One design issue is again with a license plate frame clearance with the key cylinder. I had to cut and file about a 1/4″ of metal off the license plate frame to clear the key frame.
    So if you do not use a license plate frame my issues are not valid.

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  39. S10Rider

    Nice stash box

    S10Rider

    Fits great on a 2013 super tenere! View the youtube video for installation instructions.

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  40. Bumper

    Great Idea

    Bumper

    I ride a HD Sportster 1200 and there isn’t any storage under the seat like on some bikes so I didn’t have anyplace to keep my registrtion. With this license plate storage box, it’s the perfect place to carry it. Completely happy with this purchase.

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  41. Bumper

    Great Idea

    Bumper

    I ride a HD Sportster 1200 and there isn’t any storage under the seat like on some bikes so I didn’t have anyplace to keep my registrtion. With this license plate storage box, it’s the perfect place to carry it. Completely happy with this purchase.

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  42. AK_Wiley

    Great storage

    AK_Wiley

    Great place to store registration and insurance info.

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  43. 1pfr2go

    Very Good Product

    1pfr2go

    I have three of these on various bikes ranging from a ’78 Honda CB550K to a ’14 Triumph Scrambler. I wrap my registration and insurance card inside a baggie and have never had an issue w/wet or soggy paperwork, so I can”t speak for the effectiveness of the o-ring seal. Installation is easy and the service from Twisted Throttle is always excellent. A great product at a good price.

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  44. cliffordmusante

    Inexpensive, but very functional

    cliffordmusante

    I’ve used this stash box on two of my BMW GS Adventure bikes and I find that it provides me with the perfect place to stash my motorcycle paperwork (registration and insurance).
    You should know that this box is a general purpose box, not designed to fit any particular motorcycle, so you’ll need to drill holes, cut plastic, and think about how you’re going to install it. But, I’ve been able to get it to work on both bikes, and after some clever fabrication work, it fits perfectly.

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  45. Superfunkomatic

    Awesome idea

    Superfunkomatic

    I got this stash box a few weeks ago and I love it. What a great idea. It’s slim and nearly invisible. Sometimes I don’t even noticed it there. I keep my important documents like my registration inside it. It’s a lot easier to access than lifting up my seat.

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  46. cavikingbiker

    cavikingbiker

    These things are very handy for carrying paperwork, registration, spare fuses, etc. This is the second bike I’ve had them on and I find them very handy.

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  47. Sportster Chick

    Great storage box that has lots of possibilities

    Sportster Chick

    Great item. Wish it was metal but all the ones I’ve seen were 400 dollars. I can’t justify paying that because I would never be locking up anything of that value in it. This works great so your reg and insurance is already secure on the bike. No more worring about forgetting it. I did alter the box a bit hopping to dress it up a bit. I wanted my plates more secure than using the small screws that just ankered into the plastic. I drilled all the way through and used two different bolts that require special wrenches. I used locking washers on inside and waterproofed the bolts with clear flex seal caulk. I used locking washers on the box to plate frame and repeated the seal. I cut and added side view mirrors replacement to add a chrome look to the back of the flat back box. I recommend using Twisted Throttle they were awesome. Thank you Twisted Throttle!

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  48. MTNADV

    Will not fit Alberta plates

    MTNADV

    Great idea but the Alberta plates are bigger and unless your bike allows you to have the lock upward you won’t be able to open it since the plate actually covers more than the size of the whole box…

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