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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-13-2019, 06:15 PM Thread Starter
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Side case rubber bracket

Quick question, I just added a GIVI V40 top case and replaced the stock seat handle with the GIVI SR357.

When you are riding without the side cases, do you remove the side case rubber brackets? Concerned that could come off in the wind.

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Mine are not attached in any way, I'd take them off and put in the saddlebag so I'd know where they are.
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If you take them off take note of which way the taper is facing so they get oriented correctly to bag slot next time you put them back on


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On mine, I put some silicone sealer in them and reinstalled. That way they can't come off.

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Thank you. Great comments. I think adding something a little tacky like the silicon should be enough to do the trick. I will try.


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I took mine off, and marked them off and drilled and countersunk them flush for a stainless countersunk self-tapping screw that goes front to back under the casting loop so they can't come off. They drill and countersink ok with sharp tools.
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Clear silicone caulk. Clean the metal, fill the rubber part. Slide it on and clean off the caulk that will run out.

Will stay rock solid for years. Never worry about it again.

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