I doubt it, the stock one is all one piece that included the battery box, electrical fuse block holder, tilt switch, etc. I doubt someone would bother remaking all that stuff when you can just hacksaw the rear portion of the stock on off.
Nope, hack it off. Its far from 'half of your bike', just the last 3-4' of the battery tray. Easy mod, and Im sure you would sell your bike with the undertail - removing any fear of having to replace the battery tray when you finally decide to trade or sell.
Thanks for all the input. I have a texas tail and am going to replace it with the stock one. I bought a new one from honda. I just don't like the way they are jerry rigged. One would think there would be a company that made one that was a complete bolt on. I would pay the extra cost to not have to have all the inconveniences of the coventional ones. Tape, loose fit, and loss of trunk space are what I am reffering to. I guess with all that said the stock one is what is for me.
Go with Hotbodies if you want fitment without loss of space (what I have). His first batch had fitment issues, but he has since (over a year ago) resolved those problems. The 'Texas tail' is known (on this board at least) to be a piece of
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