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post #11 of 28 (permalink) Old 07-20-2019, 04:28 PM
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You guys are losing me in this conversation. Can you post some pics and demonstrate what/where it needs to be locktighted? Again, new to the FJR and am trying to learn as much as possible about the bike's +/-'s.
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Unlock a saddlebag. Look underneath, at the end of the lock opposite the key. There's 2 little screws. Locktite them. Repeat on the other side.
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Yep. But if you don't do it.......

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Iff'n you want to replace those screws, M3x10 I believe.

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I have not come across that spare lock cylinder yet, but I am sure I still have it.
The part you are looking for is part of that cylinder I am looking for, correct?
I believe so. I don't run a top case, but if the lock is the same setup, its the steel bar with the orange paint/sticker on the end. Thanks again for looking.
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So I bought the T10 torx wrench, got the blue loctite and... I can't get the T10 to seat in the bolt head so I can't get it to loosen/remove it. You guys got any secret for this? Or am I just supposed to try and drop some loctite on the bolts?
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Needs to be a security Torx, with the hole for the pin in the recess... however, you can try to break that pin off..... screw is M3x10 if you want to replace them with something else.

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Ah, guess that's a tad diff than what I bought. Thanks for the info.
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