Except maybe his license plate! I was just yesterday looking at that because I had some harley bucks to spend. I'm glad I passed on it.How in the hell...?? I've had things come loose and fall off (horn, mufflers, end caps, etc.) but haven't seen anything like that before. Perhaps a better wheel balance?.:grin:
On a serious note though, it's a pisser for sure. Got nothing to lose by asking for a replacement.
With the L/P holder being so heavy, vibration isn't your friend. I suggest using some type of weather stripping. Most have self adhesive on it. Attach it to the back of the frame so it'll hit #11 on the parts list. I know it worked on my OEM L/P bracket. Good luck.Anybody have this BS happen top them? 1 month old part.....
There should have been some foam pieces that go between the bottom of the Lic Bracket and the fender to keep it for vibrating, I've had mine on my 2012 for 5 years with no problems.Update:
After about a week of BS from J&P and Kuryaken, I finally received a replacement part.
Now all I have to do is figure out a way to brace this so it won't happen again.
It could be that I just got a bad part, but I don't want to take any chances. Especially since it almost hit another rider behind me when it fell off.
Any ideas from anyone?
There should have been some foam pieces that go between the bottom of the Lic Bracket and the fender to keep it for vibrating, I've had mine on my 2012 for 5 years with no problems.
The problem is it is aluminum; the Harley branded one is steel backing plate and aluminum top plate.
Also you have to utilize the stacked foam wedges on the center of the bottom of the frame.
Go easy on the tightening of the bolts and tighten them evenly, it helps to use better lock washers than HD (gasp!)
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