Ron L wrote:From your description I assume you are mounting the steel tank? (Alloy tank mounts differently).
According to the factory bulletin supplied with replacement steel tanks, the top mounting consists of P/N 034114 split rubber isolator, P/N 03411 top mount bolt plate, P/N 034104 Top mount plate "B", P/N 034105 Top mount plate "A", (2) P/N 042272 large clamping bracket washers, and (2) P/N 022083 nuts.
The front mount consists of P/N 034115 split rubber isolator, P/N 034127 bracket with studs, P/N 034106 bracket with holes, (2) P/N 042272 large clamping bracket washers, and (2) P/N 034129 nuts.
The thick and thin rubber washers used to mount the alloy tank are not used.
I hope this helps.
Steveconnell wrote:Thanks for the replys on the P11 oil tank
Ron are there any drawings or perhaps a copy of the page out of a parts manual so I can fabricate them up ??
I am probably dreaming if you know any one who sells them off the shelf ??
Best Wishes Steve
p400 wrote:Thanks Ron
My steel tank of this type, that I am running for extended street use and strength, is mounted with A, B and stud plate 034111 all under the frame strap (with large holes) and it seems to working for my installation just fine for 5000 miles or so. These instructions addressing the seat clearance will make me look again next time this is apart.
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