Harley-Davidson 39mm Fork FXR, FXD, XL from 87 to Current, Light Bar N935 & N935E INSTALLATION AND OWNER'S MANUAL

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 09-03-2012

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1. Remove Headlight from Headlight Shell (Screwdriver) set aside. 2. Disconnect Turnsignal wires behind or inside Headlight Shell. 3. Unbolt Headlight Shell from Eyebrow (3/4″ Socket & Wrench). Let hang from wires. 4. Remove front Turnsignal Assemblies from motorcycle. 4a. If Turnsignals are mounted to the Handlebar use the 1/2″ Wrench. 4b. For fork mounted Turnsignals, 1996 to current, use the Torx Wrench 4c. For fork mounted Turnsignals 1987-92 use the 5/16 Hex Key Set turnsignals aside, they will not be reused. 5. Remove screw from Brake Hose Clamp and Clutch Cable Guide (Hex Key Wrench, 3/16″) located on the bottom of the lower Triple Clamp. Set aside, it will not be reused. 6 . Remove the Pinch Bolts from the lower Triple Clamp (Torx Wrench, 1993 to Current, or 5/16 Hex Key, 1987 to 92). Set aside, they will not be reused. INSTALLATION 1. Mount the Light Bar Assembly: A. Hold the Light Bar assembly up to the lower Triple Clamp, the center bracket will be below the Triple Clamp. B. Start the 1/4-20 x 3/4 Screw, with Washer, through the Brake Hose Clamp, clutch cable guide then the center bracket and into the threaded hole previously used for the Brake Hose Clamp. C. Position a Spacer between the Outer Brackets and the Triple Clamp and start the 3/8-16 x 2″ Hex Bolts through the Outer Bracket, then the Spacer and into the Pinch bolt location on the lower Triple Clamp. Do this on both sides of the lower Triple Clamp.

BMW R1150R Roadster CargoRest FitKit Installation Manual

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Filed Under (BMW) by admin on 26-10-2010

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Check to determine if the BMW system case mounts have been properly installed and that all fasteners and fittings are properly tightened. Inspect for signs of stress, fracture, bending, or other failure. If found, return the mounts to your dealer for replacement. Do not attempt to mount the BestRest FitKit if the BMW system case saddlebag mounts are damaged, defective, or improperly installed. If the BMW luggage rack is in place, remove it from the system case mounts. Removal is accomplished by removing the 4 torx screws, 2 on each side. Use the torx wrench from your toolkit. Once the stock “luggage” rack is removed, you’ll be mounting the Roadster FitKit using those same 4 holes. You’ll be replacing the stock torx head screws with the longer socket head hex screws found in the parts package. Place a flat washer on the 6mm screws and start the screws into the 4 holes. The 4 screws may need some gentle help to get them thru the holes. Work patiently and do not use brute force! Once the screws have started in the holes, turn them clockwise with a hex wrench to help them pass thru the saddlebag mounts and the FitKit Plate. Place a flat washer and 6mm nylon locknut on the end of each screw and tighten the nuts <<<<>>>>. From the rear, lift up on the FitKit Plate and “wiggle” it up and down <<<>>> a few times to remove any tension between the FitKit Plate and the system case brackets. You’ll find a point where everything feels “neutral” and where the screws are aligned in their holes. Tighten the nuts fully. Use common sense and do not over-tighten. Do not use extensions on the hex wrench. As a final tightening technique, hold the hex wrench stationary while you tighten the nuts another ΒΌ turn, using the box wrench. From the rear, wiggle the FitKit Plate up and down again. If it’s loose, tighten the screws and nuts again. Repeat until the FitKit Plate is snug and secure between the bag mounts. Place a CargoRest over the top of the FitKit Plate. Installation is the same for all 3 models of CargoRest. Align the 5 holes shown in the photo with the holes in the FitKit Plate.