Passed On, R.I.P.
Join Date: Jul 2005
Location: Baldwinsville, Just Outside of Syracuse, New York, USA
Model: 09 Gl1800
Probably the easiest tip is to remove your grommets and rotate them 90 degrees and re insert them.
Now your pegs are going to pushed through an unused area of the grommet.
Surprising how tight the grommet gets by doing this.
Now the next tip is to tie a piece of heavy Fishing Line to your cover and add a snap swivel on the other end.
Now just circle one of your frame members and snap the swivel onto the line.
Now if your cover does come off, You won't loose it.
95 Aspencade, Dressed to the Nines
Live to Ride - Ride to Live
My 4th Wing with 43 Years in the Wind Now
I have owned over 50 bikes now, This is the longest I have owned only one bike.
Prior USMC Sgt. and Vietnam Vet - Platoon Sgt. and D.I.
PGR Member since 2006 - Serving Those Who Served For Us.
The Native Americans found out what happens when you don't control immigration.