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Old March 29th, 2010, 07:36 AM   #161
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Do you have a pic of that?
You can buy it at any car accessory store or Walmart. Just smear some in the groves and the gromets stay stuck where they're supposed to be and stay pliable.
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Old April 11th, 2010, 01:09 PM   #162
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I may take you up on that offer.....my seat cowl blows....I still have my grommets but that thing does not fit correctly....I'm going to try and get ti stay somehow....
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Old April 12th, 2010, 12:07 PM   #163
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You can buy it at any car accessory store or Walmart. Just smear some in the groves and the gromets stay stuck where they're supposed to be and stay pliable.
Are the grommets still removable for installing the rear seat, or does this essentially glue them in permanently?
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Old April 12th, 2010, 08:42 PM   #164
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For the grommets I went to lowes.
I assume it is much cheaper than dealer parts.

I remember I got this info somewhere on the forum.
Can't remember. But I did save the info of the grommet.
hillman part number 139377. it is a 31/32" outer diameter and a 1/2" inner diameter
Can be found just in the nuts and bolts section of lowes.

Lowes website says it is $1.27 a part. And the fit is exactly the same as the grommet they give when you get the cowl.
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Old April 12th, 2010, 09:21 PM   #165
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this is so good to know... i've only removed my seat a couple times and i keep having to make sure the grommet is still there.

the solo seat doesnt really feel secure on the bike like the passenger seat
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Old April 12th, 2010, 10:28 PM   #166
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For the grommets I went to lowes.
I assume it is much cheaper than dealer parts.

I remember I got this info somewhere on the forum.
Can't remember. But I did save the info of the grommet.
hillman part number 139377. it is a 31/32" outer diameter and a 1/2" inner diameter
Can be found just in the nuts and bolts section of lowes.

Lowes website says it is $1.27 a part. And the fit is exactly the same as the grommet they give when you get the cowl.
Yeah, I tried two Home Depots and two Lowes and wasn't able to find anything nearly the right size, which is why I ended up ordering dealer parts. Glad you were able to find something easier than I did!
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Old July 17th, 2010, 03:51 PM   #167
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I know this is a zombie thread, but I must say that the grommet he recommends works very very well. The picture he has is kind of hard to read but it is a Hillman 0.71 mm 31/32OD x 1/2ID grommet. The item number is 08236 71652 for anyone that needs one. I discovered that mine was missing and luckily I happened upon this thread.

Thanks for the recommendation ninjablk08. Much appreciated.
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Old July 20th, 2010, 08:50 PM   #168
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I just lost my grommet last night, perfect timinhg thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old July 28th, 2010, 12:40 AM   #169
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here r the new pics of rubber grommet and install on bracket ,its a tight fit u can hear it snap in place when u push the back side down, its on the isle where the bolts and washer are, its in a draw mark rubber grommets, you can even see the shape of the post from the cowl,and when i remove cowl rubber stays on the bracket,i think it works well
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here r before and after[ATTACH] i used the two small rubber stops from rear seat added small cushion to ea one ,left the two back rear cowl rubber stops on , took off locking bar off bent it with long socket slightly,done
Was there something there to begin with? I never saw it. My two rubber dampers from the seat went missing in the first week of ownership. I made sure to insert the replacements FULLY and I've never had a problem since with contant use of the helmet hooks, so they simply weren't installed correctly from the factory. Your wording makes it appear that you removed them yourself.
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Old July 28th, 2010, 03:53 AM   #170
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I have noticed that although the rubber grommet looks like it's similar on both sides, my rear cowl will stay perfectly good in place with the grommet the right way. If you turn it upside down it will fall through the frame when your put on the seat cowl, and if it does not fall off, it will within a few miles of driving.

I've put 2 safety velcro incase the cowl falls off, but 2k miles and so far it hasnt loosened at all. So no need for replacement grommet.
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Old July 28th, 2010, 04:00 AM   #171
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can you please share the link of this part, as this part no. is not avialable on thier web address
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Old July 28th, 2010, 07:01 AM   #172
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can you please share the link of this part, as this part no. is not avialable on thier web address
Another way is to go to cheapcycleparts.com and click on their OEM parts link. The grommet is part number 92071-056 and damper is 92075-1876.
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Old July 28th, 2010, 07:15 AM   #173
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can you please share the link of this part, as this part no. is not avialable on thier web address
Yeah I have looked too with no luck! Anyone have the web link?
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Old July 29th, 2010, 08:20 PM   #174
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i wonder if this will be available in the canadian lowes...
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Old August 1st, 2010, 06:01 PM   #175
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Here's what I did so I don't lose that valuable grommet as one day I noticed my cowl just hanging there--I almost lost it and have read about many that have lost their entire cowl because Kawi didn't make them so great--although they are so pretty!

I think I saw someone on this forum do this as well......if you've got some zip ties...you won't lose your grommet or your cowl...
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Old September 27th, 2010, 12:25 PM   #176
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OK, I think I may have figured why some of us are having fit issues. Can someone post a pdf of the instructions. I'd like to see how they are illustrating some of the parts to be installed.
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just a heads up for anyone with a 2010 bike and cowl, the little rubber bumpers at the front of the cowling fall out easily, and are a different part than the 08-09. The fisch numbers haven't been updated, but finally after talking to Kawi Canada they got me the right part number, which is 92161-0860. i lost one after about 3 weeks, and it's taken me almost double that to source replacements. I finally called Kawi Canada to complain, and they said they'd pull some from a 2010 cowl kit and mail them to me and then just replace them when there's stock. I plan to drill a couple holes in the new ones and wire them in place in case they fall out in the future.

it's the ones in this pic, but these are the 08-09 dampers. the 2010 ones are taller and smaller around.

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OK, I think I may have figured why some of us are having fit issues. Can someone post a pdf of the instructions. I'd like to see how they are illustrating some of the parts to be installed.
No one have the install instructions?
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this thread is great. I was planning on getting a solo seat cowl, and considering the issues people are having, i think i may just wait on it.
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this thread is great. I was planning on getting a solo seat cowl, and considering the issues people are having, i think i may just wait on it.
I'm thinking some of the issues are installation error. I'll be posting up some pics of what I'm talking about shortly.
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Ok guys here's my theory. I recently purchased a used cowl on the forum and after attempting to install I noticed a poor fit that others had claimed. After closer inspection, here is what I found...

After I corrected these issues, I found that I have a reasonable fit. I may make some additional adjustment to achieve the fit I am looking for.


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But you cant flip that, it looks as the rubber things are welded to that bracket.?.?
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Wait, I think im looking at it wrong. lol.. Gonna go get 5 cups of coffee and be back. Still to early in the day.
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But you cant flip that, it looks as the rubber things are welded to that bracket.?.?
You have to flip the mounting clips below that bracket, not the bracket itself.
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You have to flip the mounting clips below that bracket, not the bracket itself.
Haha, yeah I saw that after I made my post. lol That would make perfect sence!
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Old April 7th, 2011, 12:33 PM   #186
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So I've tried replacemet grommets from Lowe's and Ace and neither one worked well for me (grommet would push through or not lock tight enough). I was in O'Reilly's today and saw this by the Vacuum Tee section.





It's a nice tight fit and doesn't look like it'll go anywhere. BTW, couldn't find a 4 way 3/16 tee (they only had 3 way). Know anywhere else to look?
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Another way is to go to cheapcycleparts.com and click on their OEM parts link. The grommet is part number 92071-056 and damper is 92075-1876.
$30.49 for the three of them..

I'll be looking at lowes or my local hrdware before I pay them prices..
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The funny thing is that just a few days ago I tore apart the tail of my bike to install an integrated tail light and I found my original grommett wedged in-between a couple of the support struts. I'm going to keep using the Lowe's grommett though since it fits so much tighter and seems significantly more secure.
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... it is a Hillman 0.71 mm 31/32OD x 1/2ID grommet. The item number is 08236 71652 for anyone that needs one.
+1 for the Lowes 31/32OD x 1/2ID as a tight fitting replacement.

http://www.lowes.com/pd_139377-37672-881261_0__?
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Is this grommet included with the cowl or is it already supposed to be there? Never saw it on mine but I don't have a solo seat cowl. OTOH, I did lose the two rubber dampers on the passenger seat within three days of owning the bike. They looked like they were fully inserted but there was a bit of glue around them, which means that Kawi knew there was a problem with them falling out. I realized when fitting the replacements that they could appear fully inserted even when they weren't and, thus, they must have been leaving the assembly line that way. I didn't glue my replacements and they have lasted thousands of times longer (years) without issue despite daily use of the under-seat helmet lock.
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Old June 4th, 2011, 06:59 PM   #191
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Got my seat cowl to fit with no gap but feels a little loose side to side. Any ideas to fix that? should I try to bend the bracket I already trimmed the rubber feet it sits on
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ladyninja08, it seems you may have shaved off too much of the rubber feet thingys then. you may have to build it up again a bit.
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Old June 4th, 2011, 07:15 PM   #193
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i ended up pulling those stuff off and using something similar to this: http://www.amazon.com/Waxman-4738495...f=pd_sim_ac_13

i kept adding disks and until there was no side-to-side rocking anymore.

in your case, you could probably just add these disks on top of your existing rubber stopper thingys.
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Thanks thats what I was thinking. I ll try again tomorrow to build it back up with something . Do you think velcro tabs would work? Thanks Soundwave I will head out to the hardware to get that
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personally i wouldn't use velcro tabs. i would stick with the self-adhesive foam disks.

if you have the velcro handy, i guess it wouldn't hurt to try using that first. i can't imagine it would work as well though.
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Thanks I will get what you suggested I am attempting to install vinyl wheel stripes tomorrow any hints for that install?
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i kind of wrote what i did in this thread on post 137. i think what i did was take off the rubber feet from the front (you didn't shave the rear rubber stoppers did you?)

then i took a long socket over the front pin. i hit the socket a few times to bend the bracket it sits on. i kept test fitting it. i was trying to bend it down until it wouldn't catch anymore. then i slightly bent the bar back up until it was JUST able to catch the latch. after that, i started building up the rubber disks on both sides until there was no more rocking. the disks are a kind-of-sort-of soft rubber, so i made it so that i had to push down to squish the rubber a little bit to get the latch to catch.

but yeah, i tossed those stock rubber thingys and used only those disks. it looked a little ghetto but it worked great. besides how often is anyone going to see those rubber thingys? but yeah, you can try to just build up on top of it.

hope i was able to explain myself clearly. that putting the long socket over the pin wasn't my idea. i came across a thread way back somewhere. good luck.
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You have to flip the mounting clips below that bracket, not the bracket itself.
They call it a "U-clip" at Harbor Freight.
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Well I used the felt pads and the fit is excellent. Also installed the rim stripes it all came out good posted pics in my album but cant get it on the avatar Thanks for all the input
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