Fit Adjustment Kit for SW-MOTECH QUICK-LOCK Tank Bags on Curved Tanks

SKU:TWT.TRT.00.005.100
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Description

Includes two 1/2" (12.7mm) tall M5 spacers and two M5x30mm lenshead screws. Used to level out the tank bag on certain Quick-Lock tank bags when used on particular bikes. read more

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SKU:
TWT.TRT.00.005.100
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Brand:
SW-MOTECH
Weight:
1 lbs
Tank Bag Type:

Price

$4.99

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Total

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Description

May be inserted between the front or rear mounting points of a Quick-Lock top ring and the tank bag to alter the angle at which the tank bag is attached to the bike.

This kit is necessary for proper function of the Quick-Lock tank bag system on certain bikes as follows:

Honda Varadero – insert under rear mount points for the CITY tank bag

Honda ST1300 – insert under rear mount points for CITY or GS tank bag

Kawasaki GTR1400 Concours – insert under the front mount points to allow the front end of the tank bag clear the “hump” on the gas tank

Confirmed used with the GS to fit on the ’10- Ducati Multistrada 1200 – insert under rear mount points.

The kit is also useful on many BMW Triumph and Suzuki models or any motorcycle with heavily curved tanks.

Part Numbers

Our part number: TWT.TRT.00.005.100

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    I tried to use on a quicklock GS Bag on my KTM 1190R but didn’t fit. Bottom of bag mounting looks different than in the picture in the description.

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