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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 05-26-2015, 03:20 PM
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I spoke to you a while back about how to install the weekender on my sportsman. You gave me some direction on what to do but now i have the mounts and trunk and am not sure what size holes to drill and how to go about putting the anchors through. Do i drill a 1in hole to fit the hole anchor thru up to the plastic washer or a small 5/16" hole and disassemble the anchor and just put the stud thru? Do u have any pics of the inside where the mounts are? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks. I just spent a hefty chunk of change on this and dont want to screw up.
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I drilled a large hole in the bottom of the weekender so that the round rubber portion of the lock n go would fit through the hole. Not sure if it was exactly 1inch, I used a step drill bit and just kept increasing the hoe size one step at a time till the rubber part fit through with the lock n go lever disengaged.

Also after installing I had to adjust the tightness of each lock n go.


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I have the same one, it is comfortable for the passenger and it holds a lot of gear. I may have different lock n ride fasteners than you, but I only have 3/8 holes in the weekender where just the pins fit through. The spacers and rubbers stay below the bottom of the weekender unit. 1 inch holes would not work with my lock n ride mounts, mine are from 2013 and I know they have since changed them.
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Those things just look like the perfect opportunity to flip over backwards. An accident just waiting to happen. No thank you.

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Those things just look like the perfect opportunity to flip over backwards. An accident just waiting to happen. No thank you.
I agree, just my stupid opinion but they are ugly also, too much bulk.

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Sorry to rehash an old thread, but I have a question about how you installed your "Weekender" Were you able to all 4 "Lock N Ride" plugs inside of the actual storage compartmetn, or did you have to slide it forward and screw two angled brackets to the flat part on the back of the "Weekender" and then drill through those to keep it forward? Ending up with 2 lock N ride plugs in side, and two outside/under the back lip?!?!

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