After doing an earshave I decided to convert the old air cleaners housings into glove boxes.
1st photo - left side glove box latched closed
2nd photo - left side glove box open showing gloves inside
3rd photo - right side showing raised section removed
4th photo - right side showing latch clip installed
5th photo - right side glove box open showing tool kit
The latches I used can be found at this link
Or you can go to eBay and search "5Pcs J107 Hardware Cabinet Boxes Spring Loaded Latch Catch Toggle Steel Hasp". They were about $5 for five latches. They work well.
The mods to the air cleaner housings:
I used a Dremel to cut out the raised section of the boxes, and cut off the two stand-offs for the filter element. Then cut some rigid clear plastic to fit into the opening left from the raised sections. Then I just used Gorilla duct tape to hold the clear plastic in place and cover the original air feed hole to the air box.
I used Gorilla duct tape as the lower hinge. It's kind of wimpy but it works. Duct tape deteriorates after about a year so I may go to a better hinge method... or just replace the duct tape.
I used the latch listed above to hold it closed. I must say this latch is secure... it won't fall open. And it's easy to unlatch, open, and re-latch.
I should note, the box cover on the right side will lay against the header pipe when open. So you must prevent this if you open it when the bike is hot. The left side does not have this risk so I store my gloves there. They are quick and easy to grab before and after a ride.
As a final touch I added chrome cap nuts to cover the original three bolt holes on the covers.