Accessory Strap Instructions
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CAUTION!!:
Use these instructions only as a guide line, and NEVER attach ANYTHING in an area that may impede the steering of your motorcycle!!
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This is our tankbag accessory strap.
Parts consist of the strap and one Slip-Not tube.

It's a long piece of hook and loop sewn in such a way it will secure your loose tankbag straps when not using the tankbag.
Your motorcycle may look a little different than ours but this is the idea and concept of the application.

Slip one side of the strap through the back part of the buckle.
Slip the other side of the strap through the back part of the other buckle.
Fold the two top pieces of hook & loop over each other snugly and that's it.
SAVE FIVE BUCKS!!

And have a vegetable for dinner ;-)

Kathy and I have always used a large Broccoli or
Asparagus rubber band for this procedure since 1985.

It works fine, is free, and easily replacable when it wears out.
Photo to show how the rubberband slips under the buckles
Another shoot to show how the rubberband slips under the buckles
Another shoot to show how the rubberband slips under the tank area.


On some motorcycles the straps disappear completely.
THE rubberband ;-)