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post #1 of 6 Old 02-03-2018, 05:52 PM Thread Starter
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Help, missing a piece to my rack

Went out to the garage to put on the rack and the little metal bracket that bolts on the bike behind the left passenger foot peg (the piece you put the locking piece on the rack into) is missing. I’ve looked at places that sell oem parts, but nobody lists the parts for the rack.

Any ideas? The rack wobbles a bit without that fourth connection point.

It’s a 2012 Adventure

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post #2 of 6 Old 02-03-2018, 06:15 PM
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LB, I'm showing "Removable-Mount Aluminum Side Case Set"--> "Installation Kit" Part#990D0-11J00-067 @ $124.95
For the Rigid-Mount Kit the last 3 part numbers are 069 same price.


Pieces of the kit not available separately.
There is a side case carrier set 990D0-11J00-065 @ $429.95 for the removable list price
990D0-11J01-065 @ $399.95 for the rigid list price
Pictures not shown, so I can't tell you what exactly you need, but I'll look with an edit to this post if I come up with what youre looking for.

See if there's anything here for you:https://www.mrcycles.com/oemparts/a/...dventure-cases

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Iím going to call sw-Motech Monday and see if the can help otherwise Iíll see if I can get the piece fabricated ( what a pain!). In the meantime will probably be resorting to bailing wire
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LB, Menards(and others) carry wide, long nylon removable wire ties. May be better suited for your needs than bailing wire. Just a thought. Not a great one, but all I could work up on short notice. LOL
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I always keeps some longer stainless steel wire ties with me. Much better than nylon bailing wire. They can hold just about anything together for a while.

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You can try these and upgrade the whole lot of quick releases. At least I think these are the parts you are looking for.

https://www.suzukipartshouse.com/oem...rrier-lock-set

I couldn't find the regular quick releases anywhere, but it my be worth calling Babbitts, they seem to have everything.
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