Any ideas who makes and sells a brake reservoir cover that has a mounting point for accessories. I remember seeing them in the forum, but can't find them again.
Nice!!! Thanks, that is exactly what I was looking for.
Nice, unfortunately my left handlebar's real-estate is occupied with my amateur radio. Gotta use the right side for the phone. Nice option though.Not for the reservoir but this post offers a nice option for the DCT, and another bar option.
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The mount comes with new, longer bolts and holds everything securely. I’ve had on on for over 60K miles with no issues.I am concerned about using the master cylinder cover bolts to attach RAM balls. The screws on my home light switch cover plates have more threads. Considering the torque induced by the RAM arm and whatever is attached to it, IMHO, it is just a mater of time before you have a brake/clutch hydraulic failure.
I see what you mean. It’s a very valid point.Don't get me wrong. I am happy for those of you that have successfully used the reservoir cover screws to mount something. I'll admit I have mounted the switchboxes on there myself.
My concern is these are four millimeter screws in to aluminum. Perfectly fine for a cover that weighs close to nothing and sees no direct force other than the motion of the bike. But place some measurable weight (such as a phone) on a six inch lever arm and someone, someday will have it bounce off their hand and land in the road with a couple ounces of brake fluid splashed all over the ABS (or worse as brake fluid can cause blindness!) and no brakes for the ride home. IMHO, the risk is great and there are viable alternatives with substantially less risk.