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Offline Bulldogfour

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Triumph latch for Givi 42 and 58 litre top boxes
« on: December 14, 2018, 03:26:35 PM »
Triumph latch kit for Givi 42 and 58 litre Trekker outback top boxes.  In excellent condition.

Replaces the latch kit on Givi top boxes so that you can use one of the spare key barrels that came with your Triumph bike.

Triumph part no. T9500579 WoT part no. PFKL2541335

Just remove the 6 screws holding the Givi lock and replace it with the Triumph one after inserting one of your spare barrels - simple job.  No need to carry two keys any longer.

Cost from WoT about 36 incl postage.  Will sell for 25 post paid
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Offline Kiwifred

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Re: Triumph latch for Givi 42 and 58 litre top boxes
« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2018, 08:35:38 PM »
Howdy, Do you know it this will fit a V46 Givi? Do you have a picture of it?
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Eddie

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Re: Triumph latch for Givi 42 and 58 litre top boxes
« Reply #2 on: December 27, 2018, 08:42:23 PM »
No it's for the Givi outback trekker style only.  The Triumph one just replaces the key and latch on the Givi.


Bikes previous: NSU Quickly moped; Honda C50; Honda 305 scrambler; Yamaha RD350 (x2); Suzuki GT380; Honda NX250; Harley Sportster 1200; Yamaha TDM900; Yamaha 1300 cruiser; Honda CB600F5 Hornet; FJR1300 (x2); Triumph Explorer.

Bikes now: Triumph Tiger 800XRT - one bike less than optimum!

 


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