I have had my Matazu trunk for a couple of years and am very happy with it. It has been to Sturgis, Bryce Canyon, Grand Canyon, all over the coast here, but, the way I mounted it, like hundreds have, to the Yamaha rack. They aren't lying about the 11 lbs for a load cap. I kept noticing the trunk kept sagging at every stop we did and I took the trunk off the other day to see what the heck was going on and the bolt hole brackets were cracked on both sides and one tube was cracked in half. Thats it I got ahold of Ultastar here on the forum and tried to work him for a deal because he is a good ol' guy and that didn't work so I bit the bullet and ordered the rack from him. 2 days later I have it in my hand and then 2 hours later it is a done deal and ready to ride. If anybody needs a rack for there trunk don't try and get it for a cheaper price because this rack is awesome, the workmanship and service is 100%. This rack is bullet proof and I don't have to worry about my sagging trunk anymore or the wife falling off the back of the bike. Great job Jay!
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