Started seriously putting things in the fairing glove boxes recently, and I'm already out of love with the cloth-and-velcro inserts. On one hand, the previous owner snaked a headphone jack into one (so my faux-phone can play music through the speakers), which is a plus. On the other hand, they're cloth. They already got wet once when I got caught in a rainstorm (so presumably with such a hard insert I'd include a seal around the door).
Question: does anyone make a hard glove box insert that I could replace the cloth one with? Wouldn't mind if I had to do some maintenance by taking the fairing off (I'll have to sooner or later anyway), but so far googling hard inserts is netting me nothing (or inserts for the fairing lower glove boxes, which I don't need)(the inserts, not the fairing lowers). Anyone ever heard of anyone doing this? (If not, it'll likely wind up being my excuse to try fiberglass molding--just a step up from the resin molding I do for models. Heh.)
2012 FLTRU (I think)
DS 768 (I know)