Ok, so before you start you want to make sure you have all of the pieces.2014 with the factory bags that come on the ADV version. Should be the same ones you have.
Mine do not have the arrow pieces either...crap ... I just have the cylinder with the flat pieces. :furious:That sucks. Thanks a lot. My bike did not come with these end pieces either.
Thanks for the information.Suzuki says that the standard Vee2 gets 3 locks matched to the Ign key. They went on to say that the Adv model gets 3 locks matched to the key, but they also get the arrow locking tabs as a kit that comes with the ADV side bags. Suzuki had no way of selling or shipping just the arrow pieces. It had to be as part of a total lock kit (Ignition, Gas Lid, Seat and 3 locks). The dealer ordered the Lock Kit as a warranty item.
Yes, this could absolutely happen. There are just two screws holding on the bottom arrow pieces. Be sure to use blue loctite when putting the screws back in.Having time to consider this problem, any reason one couldn't just cannibalize the little arrow piece from an existing Adventure model key cylinder, and transfer it to the cylinder that matches their key?
You will use the tumblers and plastic retaining cylinder. My recommendation is to look at the top of the bag and determine which way the lock tumbler needs to go in based on the action of the lock on the bag.The person I bought the bags from is sending me the pieces and small screws so I will be able to install my locks. What is the next step?
Make sure they both look the same. The T-Pin for a trunk is different than the t-pin for the sidecases . The t-pins for the side cases are offset to one side. The t-pin for the trunk is centered on the end of the lock.The person I bought the bags from is sending me the pieces and small screws so I will be able to install my locks. What is the next step?