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Recent reviews for this item:
Rico, February 18, 2013 This item will fit many bikes, so it's transferable to future bikes and is not specific to one bike. The mounting hole pattern is very flexible as it allows you to slide it left or right to line up with the fasteners on the bike. The RAM ball comes attached so there's no danger of it loosening and the reservoir cover can be mounted facing right or facing left. It's also a lot less expensive than ones made to fit a specific model. It's an great substitute to RAM U clamps that clamp onto the handlebars and tends to scratch them over time.
Faizal, September 11, 2012 Screws provided are abit too long for my 2012 Tmax 530 brake
reservoir. But fixed it with a couple of washers, couldn't
be bothered to cut it down to size.
itzik, September 10, 2012 I intalled it on my Suzuki Burgman 400, and had to use the
2 sides holes, as the burgman cover has 2 center bolts, it
dosent fit in the middle.
Craig, September 5, 2012 One of the screw heads poped off while tightening. I ended
up getting stainless steel screws instead.