01. Klock Werks FLHT Upgrade If you're like us, you have a bunch of parts in your garage that could use some organization-especially the H-D detachables such as backrests, sissybars, luggage racks, and possibly a Tour-Pak. Even helmets and jackets could use a nice place to call home. Thunder Creek Customs (TCC) has come up with an innovative solution to your storage needs with its modular systems that can be built up to meet your specific demands. Although each of the TCC storage options can be bolted to a wall, we went with the rolling Rack Stand ($130) for its versatility. Each of the TCC components bolt right up to the powdercoated steel Stand. The Pack Rack ($90) securely holds H-D hard saddlebags for storage, cleaning, or maintenance. The Rack ($160) is an innovative, fully adjustable and customizable system to secure all of your H-D detachable accessories and windshield. The TCC polished-aluminum Windshield Billets ($100) can hold either 41mm or 49mm quick-release clamp-on-style windshields. The Big Horn ($50) accessory attaches to the Rack and safely holds helmets and jackets. In a couple of hours we were able to safely store all of our expensive gear while cleaning the garage at the same time. The TCC products are heavy-duty, US-made products that include clear instructions and all necessary hardware. We are still in the process of arranging the garage and haven't installed the Wall Mount ($90) unit that is made to hold helmets and jackets. Sources Thunder Creek Customs (866) 535-7667 thundercreekcustoms.com 02. After opening up the three large boxes we received from Thunder Creek, we laid out all of the parts. Shown here are the Rack Stand components, as well as the Pack Rack, and the wall mount (on the bottom). 02. After opening up the three large boxes we received from Thunder Creek, we laid out al 03. Moving on to another box, we found the parts needed for the Rack, the Big Horns, Windshield Billets, and the optional locking wheels for the Rack Stand. 03. Moving on to another box, we found the parts needed for the Rack, the Big Horns, Wind 04. We first assembled the Rack Stand by simply sliding the Rack Stand into the stand legs and securing them with the D-ring pins. 04. We first assembled the Rack Stand by simply sliding the Rack Stand into the stand leg 1 | 2 | » | View Full Article By Toph Bocchiaro Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!