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    I have been looking through the OEM parts fiche trying to find the black rubber/plastic bracket, on the left side rear pocket, that holds the passenger's audio cord (the other end of this cord connects under the seat). So far I can't seem to find the part in the fiche. Any ideas what the part might be called or what the part number is? Thanks.
    Richard
    Darksider #390
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  • #2
    39243-mca-000 Rear Holder Connector

    It is on the audio unit fiche part #22

    http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....c=0-AUDIO-UNIT

    Hope this helps,
    Mike

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    • #3
      Thanks TD. You are pretty good at finding that quickly. I looked for quite awhile and never could find it. Best wishes.
      Richard
      Darksider #390
      Murgie's FAQ

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      • #4
        If it's for the passenger part# 22. I used partszilla to order parts. I will use them again it I need more parts. Made the call 4 days to my door.

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        • #5
          Also, Cyclemax keeps them in stock for $4.

          http://cyclemax.com/inc/sdetail/gl18..._clip/76/92990

          Kurt
          Coast to Coast non-stop-CERTIFIED IBA #57815
          Jacksonville to San Diego
          2367 miles..31hours 52min
          1860 miles..24 hours
          1025 miles..15 hours

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          • #6
            When I look at the pic on CycleMax it looks like the studs on that holder are not threaded. How is that cable holder mounted to the left pocket? Thanks.
            Richard
            Darksider #390
            Murgie's FAQ

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            • #7
              They are rubber tits (here we go) that flare out and get wider toward the bottom. When you push them all the way in, they can't pull back out....similar to the front bottom corner of the rubber trim that goes around the mirror. I think that is how the factory one is on my 06.

              On a side note, I always carry a chapstick with me on the bike with SPF for Sun block. Often times I find myself forgetting to use it while at a gas station, so I would leave the chapstick in the left front glove box. Then it was a pain to find because it was always rattling around. I bought one of these rear cord holders, cut the rubber thingys off and stuck it upside down to the side of the glove box with double sided tape. It makes a perfect chapstick holder !


              Kurt
              Coast to Coast non-stop-CERTIFIED IBA #57815
              Jacksonville to San Diego
              2367 miles..31hours 52min
              1860 miles..24 hours
              1025 miles..15 hours

              Double Darksider #333 Michelin Alpin Battlax BT45

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              • #8
                Thanks Kurt. That is exactly what I needed to know. Good idea on the chapstick holder too.
                Richard
                Darksider #390
                Murgie's FAQ

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                • #9
                  Agreed, that is a good idea for the chapstick holder .

                  Now, TravelinLite, they also make that same holder...that is already got stick'em glue on the back of it. If you check with someone like J&M corp, they supply all theirs that way. In an hour or two I will go outside (20 degrees) to my heated motorcycle garage, and look in my box of spares from J&M, as I "think" I have a couple of those that are extras.

                  The one from Honda came two ways...either with the rubber tits on the back of it, or....some years came with no tits, but with the stick'em on the back. I have seen them both ways.

                  If I have an extra one, or two, I will send it your way.

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                  • #10
                    Thanks MMR. Just let me know and I won't order one.
                    Richard
                    Darksider #390
                    Murgie's FAQ

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                    • #11
                      The other benefit of using the holder for your chap stick is that it keeps it from melting.
                      When I would just leave the stick loose in the glove box, I think the heat from the radiator coupled with the outside heat was enough to sometimes liquify the chapstick. Using the cord holder, it almost never melts, and if it does, it'll end up looking normal again when it cools a bit instead of being all goofy from drying on its side.
                      It's the simple things that make me happy !!!

                      Kurt
                      Coast to Coast non-stop-CERTIFIED IBA #57815
                      Jacksonville to San Diego
                      2367 miles..31hours 52min
                      1860 miles..24 hours
                      1025 miles..15 hours

                      Double Darksider #333 Michelin Alpin Battlax BT45

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                      • #12
                        Richard, I found two of them, and...funny thing is...they have your name on them. Send me a PM, so we can get this done. Oh...they are FREE.

                        Oops, on second glance, these are the ones for the FRONT of the bike. They will work for the REAR (yes they will), but the difference is that the one on the front of the bike, for the rider, is designed to have a headset cord attach to the bikes cord, and this rubber holder will allow the connection of those two cors to be held in place. What that means is that both ends of this rubber holder are open. The OEM stock holder for the rear of the Wing (passenger) has one end open, and the other end closed. It is used to hold the cord from the bike....when the cord is NOT in use by the passenger. Once the passenger gets onboard, the cord from the bike needs to be removed from the rubber holder...plugged into the passengers headset cord, and then dangle under the arm of the passenger until the ride is over.

                        IF....and I say...IF...you opted to use these FRONT rubber holder clips, and use one on the rear for the passenger, it would hold the cord when no passenger is there, but it would also hold the cord when a passenger is using their headset plugged in to the bike.

                        Very simple...look at the rubber holder that is up front, for you (the rider) and see if you want two of those sent to you. Again, they are FREE.

                        http://www.hondabikes.com/fiche_sect...08&fveh=206908

                        Part # 21....instead of # 22

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                      • #13
                        MMR, thanks much for checking and for the offer. I would prefer to return the bike to stock so I'll just go ahead and order one. Again, I appreciate your offer.
                        Richard
                        Darksider #390
                        Murgie's FAQ

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