I lost the twist knob to my GPS' RAM mount one day before setting off. I heard it fall down, but looked everywhere and couldn't find it. I figured it hit the floor and rolled somewhere, so I got my other one and left for the day. Couldn't find it in the garage when I got back, so I figured it got lost and bounced out at some point during the day.
Two months later I get around to washing the bike and notice that that panel kind of rattled when I pressed on it. I started to investigate and out falls my GPS knob (of course I had already bought a new one).
So I decided to tackle this Frunk key solution. Went to autozone and bought know assortment, had spare key made, and bought quick steel weld. See the pics for exact stuff I bought. I cut ket, slide into knob, filled with quick steel, sanded down after it dried and then taped of and painted. See all pics, tell me what you think.
Good job. You'll now wonder how you ever coped without such a simple idea.
Nice, I just got a spare key made the other day. Will be doing this soon. Thanks for the other source for nobs.
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Thanks for the frunk trick, made my own unlock key using an old amp knob, quite inconspicuous.
Mine also adjusts the head light up and down.......
You are the king of fake.
Sub in this switch would be the king of fake........( but would solve the horn button location issue)
It would be the king of cool is the power wind screen worked !!!!!!!!