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Old June 30th, 2015   #1
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Say, how many of you guys had to shim the clamp that clamps down the bag on to the "pins" of the subframe ?
To stop the rattle/bounce noise I used rubber, about 1/4" on one side and a bit less on the other, am wondering if anything is amiss in there, all looks and feels solid in the clamp arm and lock.

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Never heard of that issue, sorry.
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The saddle bag has 2 rubber bumpers that the lever mashes down on.
Check their condition, replace if necessary.

Shimming will work until the bumpers are collapsed out then you will be on the plastic with metal, not the best idea. $$$

Rubber A, Stopper 50352-428-000
2 on each bag.

All the rubber bumpers on the saddle bag are replaceable.


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The saddle bag has 2 rubber bumpers that the lever mashes down on.
Check their condition, replace if necessary.

Shimming will work until the bumpers are collapsed out then you will be on the plastic with metal, not the best idea. $$$

Rubber A, Stopper 50352-428-000
2 on each bag.

All the rubber bumpers on the saddle bag are replaceable.


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Thanks---------again----------Paul.
Kind of figured something was wrong, I have zero for four, no wonder they rattled.
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You need part numbers for the others?

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You need part numbers for the others?

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No, but thanks. The large bumpers for horizontal stability are still soft and look fine, the top four under the latch weren't really missing but the were hard and mashed down flush with the steel, no cushioning at all.
Got them coming.
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