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post #1 of 5 Old 08-07-2007, 10:26 PM Thread Starter
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Wrong Spare Key Givi V46 Top Bag

Hey just noticed that the "spare" key that came with my V46 GIVI top bag is the wrong key. They shipped 360 and I need a different number. Obviously I am going to go to the shop where I bought the bag from but I am wondering if this has happened to a number of others...
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Hey just noticed that the "spare" key that came with my V46 GIVI top bag is the wrong key. They shipped 360 and I need a different number. Obviously I am going to go to the shop where I bought the bag from but I am wondering if this has happened to a number of others...
I've got a E36NJ topcase coming soon, so I'll check mine, thanks.

Quick question, can you give me a brief description of how the case pops on and off? I've scoured the 'net trying to find that. Can't believe it's not on Givi's site, since the easy on/off I keep hearing about is the reason I ordered a Givi and not a clone.

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I don't know about that specific topcase, but in general with GIVI cases: Unlock, push the red button, pull back.

That's about it.

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I've got a E36NJ topcase coming soon, so I'll check mine, thanks.

Quick question, can you give me a brief description of how the case pops on and off? I've scoured the 'net trying to find that. Can't believe it's not on Givi's site, since the easy on/off I keep hearing about is the reason I ordered a Givi and not a clone.


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V-Tom nailed it, you just unlock, push the big red button and off she comes.
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post #5 of 5 Old 08-10-2007, 09:18 PM
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I don't know about that specific topcase, but in general with GIVI cases: Unlock, push the red button, pull back.

That's about it.

..Tom

"Unlock, push the red button, pull back. "

Thanks Tom.
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