Join Date: Apr 2018
Location: Cape Coral, Florida
Not a bad idea, the bumpers are actually on pretty snug you have to really hit them to make them pop out of their holder.
You really just have to be careless to knock off the bumper on the left front of the saddlebag, I am attaching a photo that shows both the dip stick and the rubber that was knocked off as you can see they are offset a pretty good distance, I have never touched the rubber bumper when checking the oil.
LOL, I took the photo and three small drops of oil show up right under the dip stick handle, damn the guy that did the work just takes zero pride in his work, man it just drives me nuts when people are so careless. A single drop of oil I can accept, a single finger print I can overlook, but lube overspray, greasy/oily finger prints all over the bike, dragging a dirty greasy shoe over the top of the seat and not cleaning it, I just don't understand how someone can think they have done a good job when they have made such a mess of someones vehicle they have just worked on.