~ Taking Great Note, From Ados 's sweet /2's , yep on 3 that I've seen from him, I took to heart having a lockable Aux. Tool Box as a good thing. Showing his 2/3. ados vergison So I looked on fleesebay and finally found what I hoped would be a good acceptable candidate . It came w/o a lock and those are easy to find. - - - - Be sure that the lock is a ' DUST PROOF ' type . Add graphite to the cylinder for ease of operation. It was still many hours yesterday to adjust the cam lock bar so that it fit snugly. No bolt -on easy task, lots of fabrication -+- materials & shop time ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ > Make Extra Keys ! Some were $200- 400.oo range for original to specific bikes. Well that won't do @ all. I didn't pay near that for mine. I'm going to weld holes, attach anchor plates, seal it and when close to paint, seam seal the interior and body putty the exterior for looks & fabricate a back bracket. . . . . . . . Then paint & Pin stripe it at the correct time, long after I've handled it over & over. So here is the preliminary work and basic fitting. Since I don't have my Frame ... [ it's @ a shop getting checked over for trueness ]. ... I'll have to wait until it and the hybrid swing arm is back & fitted, before this work can complete. Yes, some may notice that the lock is down, it fits the frame better this way. Mostly found on Brit bikes, these aux. boxes are handy & useful. Depending on the aux. tool box you find , like Ados' the lock is up. There are ways to make sure all tools won't just dump to the ground when opened. It will be held to the frame by 3 round coupler nuts, which will be frame drilled / inserted/ welded in situ to the right side LooP . I have plans to add almost 16-20 coupler nuts for all that I will attach to this R50SS~80/2C machine . - - - see yellow tape on frame.