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Cortech Ring Mount for Dryver Tank Bag

Ring-Lock Mount attaches to your street bike around the gas cap to securely mount your Dryver Tank Bag.  

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Cortech Ring Mount for Dryver Tank Bag 3.8 5 8 8
Works as stated This mount was easy to install- however, there were no directions, and just a photo- of it mounted on a different brand bike. There was no indication about where the raised part should go, or where the low part should go. After mounting the ring (and tank bag) I left for a trip and stopped for gas, only to discover that I could NOT OPEN THE GAS TANK FULLY TO FILL IT! The low part needs to be mounted to the side where the gas tank opens. September 10, 2013
plastic weak broke with in hours of normal use. no safety strap if mount fails April 2, 2013
As Advertised I got this because I didn't want to spend hundreds of dollars on a Givi or SWMotech tank lock system. The 5 bolt pattern mounted to my 2012 DL650 easily. Admittedly I also wanted to leverage an old tank bag, and I had to get $10 worth of hardware to make it less flimsy and attach the connector piece, but the work was easy and still saved $100 plus. Throwing it on and off in the garage seems easy enough. Time will tell on the longevity and if I have any issues with it actually on the road. Summer can't come fast enough. February 20, 2013
Needed modified to fit my bike This did not fit my bike (2009 SV650S) without a bit of modification. Two of the supplied bolts were too long. This wasn't a big deal because I was able to just use the ones that were already on the bike. However, one of the bolt wells on the ring that attaches to the bike needed to either be drilled about 1cm deeper or a longer bolt needed to be included. I didn't have a longer bolt in that size and thread, so I drilled out the well a bit deeper. It worked fine, but some people might not be comfortable doing that. The rings don't quite line up when attached together. There are a couple of spaces where they're off by less than a millimeter. This doesn't appear to be a significant problem. It still attaches the tank bag just fine and holds it in place at speed. I contacted Cortech about these problems two weeks ago and never heard back from them. That speaks poorly of their customer service. You spin them to attach the rings together as well as detaching. It's far from a smooth operation. My friends all think that I break something each time I detach them, because it makes an awful noise and just doesn't feel right... But it does work. I've only had them for a couple of weeks now, but I already see there is a fine powder where the two rings attach together. This is from the plastic getting finely ground down each time the bag is attached/detached. I don't have high hopes for durability... But I could certainly be pleasantly surprised. With all this said, they do work as advertised. They're just rough and unrefined. As of now, they're pretty much the only product out there (besides the Twisted Throttle set that requires proof of purchase of their bags before they will sell them to you), so that is why I would recommend them to others. I think I was fairly generous in my 3 stars rating. I hope other companies start competing and driving them to produce a higher quality product. February 14, 2013
Skip the Magnets and Straps Took all of 3-5 minutes to install, easily locks into place, and keeps scratches off my tank. -win win. Immediately after installing took a 1k mile trip and have used it nearly every day since as my go to gym bag. This mount is solid. February 11, 2013
It's good in concept.... but the execution needs some work. I'm sure there is nothing different about my 2002 R1150RT from factory specs where the gas tank ring machine screws are concerned. This kit had the same thread length as the screws I removed from the bike. The ring adapter is about 1/8" thick so the machine screws need at least 1/8" more thread than provided. To RevZilla's credit, they made an attempt to correct it but was unable. I have sourced longer (35mm) screws from an industrial supply company. That said, I am confident this adapter and the Dryver tanks bag it is designed for is going to be great. October 1, 2012
ease of install on SV650 just got it and install was incredibly easy. Havent tried it with the tank bag yet, but all the screws were proper length and had it installed in minutes. looking forward to slapping on the tank bag with as much ease. thanks for offering the best prices and great speed of delivery. I will definately come back to the site. May 16, 2012
Works well except a bit too easy to unlock the bag Installation was a snap. Finish is a molded in gray/tan, Wish it would have been a "goes with everything black".. It doesn't look all that great on my red tanks with no bag attached. :-( Performance is a bit questionable, in that I found a couple of times on my recently completed 800 mile trip, I would inadvertantly unlock it with my knee or arm(not sure which). I do have the adjustable ring mount almost all the way forward on the bag, so it doesn't take everage on the rear of the bag to unlock it. Easy to relock, It's mounted behind a windscreen, so no air pressure reaches the bag to remove it from the bike should it be unlocked. Durability is TBD. Would recommend with reservation. Haven't had experience with similar ring mount bags, so don't know if similar issue exists with them. June 20, 2011
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Michael J: To replace a failing one. Sep 14, 2013
Rick D: To be able to attach a previously purchased Cortech tank bag to a Kawasaki motorcycle. The configuration was initially purchased for a Yamaha and there is a different pattern for the screws on the Kawi. Sep 6, 2013
A shopper asked: Does this come with both pieces pictured, the tank portion and the bag portion? Or is it just the ring for the tank? Aug 15, 2012
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MagnaNimousV45: All you need is supplied with the adapter provided you do not need screws threads longer than 30mm (supplied). Mine needed at least 33mm and I ended up sourcing them via McMaster-Carr, an industrial supply company. Oct 1, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, the Cortech Ring Mount for Dryver Tank Bag comes with both the the tank portion and the bag portion as pictured. Aug 16, 2012
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Max384: This comes with both pieces pictures; the tank and bag portions are both included. Feb 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: Noob here: How does this mount/install exactly? What are the screws for (makes it sound like you have to screw it into the tank, but that doesn't seem logical)? Sep 27, 2013
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Rick D: The screws replace those already on your bike, that hold the ring you see around your gas tank opening. These screws will be longer and hold the Cortech ring in place on your bike, and the bag attaches to that. If you ride without the "bag", you will still have this plastic ring attached. I bought this bag when I had a Yamaha motorcycle, and when I got a Kawasaki had to order a different ring/screw set so the bag would attach to that bike. So make sure you get the right ring/screws for your model. Sep 27, 2013
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Liz C: Hi!

There are screws/bolts that hold the gas cap onto the gas tank. The screws/bolts that come with the Ring Mount replace those bolts.

The Ring Mount screws/bolts are longer than the screws/bolts that hold the gas cap on.

It's really easy to mount the Ring Mount to the tank.

Does that help?

Enjoy,

Liz
Sep 27, 2013
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Jeromey L: I recently installed this on my Versys. I love it!

Installation is real simple. You remove the existing bolts from your tank filler ring. Place the Cortech ring on top and using the supplied bolts with the Cortech kit you bolt it in. Takes 5 minutes at best.

Like Rick D said, the downside is if you ride without the tank bag you'll have this odd looking ring sitting atop your tank. Personally though, I never remove my bag (except to fill up of course).
Sep 27, 2013
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James M: The Ring mounts over the filler of your gas tank (the included screws replace the existing ones so no new holes are made).

The Bracket mounts to a Dryver bag. Once installed, the bracket clicks into place on the mounting ring.
Sep 27, 2013
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Doug B: It has longer screws that replace the screws in the trim ring around the gas tank opening. Sep 27, 2013
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jon h asked: Do you think they will make one to fit the BMW S1000R anytime soon? Jul 4, 2014
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dave s: I couldn't say, you should send an email to tourmaster / cortech.
Check out twisted throttle they have a much better system. the Dryver bag zipper jams all the time and i am on my 3rd mounting ring they break very easily. when my bag finally jams for the last time i will switch. I do a lot of hard DS riding and everything I've got from them has been rock solid.

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Jul 4, 2014
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Dave W: Jon, count the number of screws on the ring of your gas cap. BMW has 2 patterns that I know of, 5 screws and 6 screws. Perhaps the SS1000 has one of these standards. Jul 4, 2014
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jon h: 5 screws, but they are underneath the outer gas cap ring. Jul 5, 2014
A shopper asked: Will the 6 screw model fit on a Triumph Tiger 1050 (2010 model)? Mar 11, 2013
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RevZilla: Cortech has not tested if the 6 bolt mount designed for the BMW line works on the Triumph. They do both use 6 bolt patterns; however, we cannot confirm that they are spaced at the same rate. Mar 15, 2013
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
BMW / 6 Screws 621975 8295-2305-11 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Honda / 7 Screws 621968 8295-2301-11 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Yamaha / 5 Screws 621969 8295-2302-11 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Suzuki / 7 Screws 621970 8295-2303-11 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Suzuki / 5 Screws 621971 8295-2303-12 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Kawasaki / 7 Screws 621972 8295-2304-11 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Kawasaki / 5 Screws 621973 8295-2304-12 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours