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6/ Is the Rubber Latch up to doing the Job of the Zipper?

6/ Is the Rubber Latch up to doing the Job of the Zipper?

The latch on the Aeroclam bike saddle bag is more than up to the job of the zipper. It is made of very durable rubber that has excellent UV qualities. The latch eyelets also have to be stretched over the plastic buttons with some resistance, so will NEVER pop undone in motion as long as they are secured/seated properly in the first place. When testing the durability of the rubber latch eyelets, I personally slid the latch over the plastic buttons over 500 times on one Aeroclam. This equates to 250 punctures and the rubber compound held it’s composition perfectly. If...

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7/ The Difference between the P1 and P2 Aeroclam

7/ The Difference between the P1 and P2 Aeroclam

The only difference between the P1 & P2 Aeroclam bike saddle bag is the contour on the top edge of the top section of the Aeroclam. The P1 is more concave whereas the P2 is flatter along the top edge. But, there are certain saddles that specifically fit only the P1 or P2 Aeroclam. Capacity is exactly the same and all parts interchange. Should you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact Pat via email info@cyckit.co.nz. Thank you!

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8/ How to fit the Aeroclam bike saddle bag to your saddle

8/ How to fit the Aeroclam bike saddle bag to your saddle

Instructions Please ensure you either read instructions supplied with Aeroclam or view the installation video as this is important. Note - There are now no Wedges supplied due to more strengthening modifications to the clamp. Will update the video shortly. I designed the clamp when tightened, to 'bottom out' on the very strong mid section of the Aeroclam top section, hence maybe slight 'side to side' movement at the rear of the Aeroclam when tightened. This is only with Steel rails. This 'bottoming out' stops the transfer of too much load to the seat rail area of the top section and prevents...

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9/ Useful tips

9/ Useful tips

  Should you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact Pat via email info@cyckit.co.nz Thank you!

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