The FenderBench work tray is designed to fit over the rear fender of any dirt bike and provide you a place to set tools, fasteners, nuts & bolts, seals, lubricants and easy to loose parts while working on your bike.
FenderBench is securely latched to the fender so it won't spill with an easy to use 1 ½" velcro strap.
The FenderBench has separated departments for specific parts organization and is made from rugged injection molded plastic for easy clean up.
10" x 14" injection molded tray specifically designed for dirtbike fenders.
This was a great purchase. Normal maintenance tasks are made more simple and done more efficiently. It has a couple different dividers in it to seperate different bolts and spots to hang screw drivers and t handles. This is an awesome tool to have at the track or use in addition to your normal work bench.
I too was apprehensive about buying this due to the price but I went for it an I'm in love with this thing! It's very sturdy and the stray holds it firmly in place and flat on the fender. I use it on my front fender too. No more balancing tools and parts on the seat, hoping they don't fall off! Great while changing wheels too. Place axles with a light coating of grease up on the Fenderbench instead of the dirty floor keeps them clean. I can't imagine anyone who works on their bike not loving this!
When I first saw this product, I thought it was a bit overpriced for what it was; essentially a plastic tray that would sit on your fender and hold tools and a few small parts. I mean, common, most people have a tool bench that is just a few steps away from the bike. HOWEVER, after using it, I'm convinced that this tray is a really, really nice tool tray to have. There is a velcro strap on the bottom that is adjustable and stretches to allow you to slip the strap under the rear fender as you slide the tray into place. The tray, as you can see, has several sections to hold different tools or nuts and bolts that are being pulled from the bike. Recently I've replaced the my handlebar, and having a place to put my nuts and bolts, along with the tools within *EASY* reach of what I'm working on is VERY CONVENIENT, and saves me time. I don't have to make several hundred trips to the work bench, looking for that Allen Wrench. I know exactly where it is; in the tray. When working on a bike, I've come to understand this item is a must have for convenience and sanity (such as not loosing nuts and bolts).