20S - Attaching the Glued Surface Mounting Adapter.

Here is how to attach the Glued Surface Mounting Adapter to the 20S. The Glued Surface Mounting Adapter is an alternative way to attach the 20S to the side of a motorcycle helmet.

 

 

1. Remove the main unit of the 20S from the clamp kit.

 

 

2. Remove the hex screws on the back plate of the clamp kit using the included Allen Wrench.

 

 

3. Remove the screw holding the speakers of the clamp kit using a Philips head screwdriver.

 

 

4. Remove the speaker connector from the speaker port on the back plate of the clamp kit.

 

 

5. Remove the back plate from the clamp kit.

 

 

6. Remove the thick piece of rubber padding from the clamp kit. Removing the thick rubber padding will make installation of the 20S easier.

 

 

You can replace the thick rubber padding with one of the two thinner pieces of rubber padding if so desired.

 

 

7. Hook the top piece of the Glued Surface Mounting adapter onto the clamp kit.

 

 

8. Place the Glued Surface Mounting Adapter on top of the back of the clamp kit and line it up in the proper position.

 

 

9. Re-attach the hex screws to tighten the Glued Surface Mounting Adapter to the clamp kit using the included Allen Wrench.

 

 

10. Re-attach the screw for the speakers to the clamp kit using a Philips head screwdriver.

 

 

Peel off the white cover of the tape on the Glued Surface Mounting Adapter when you are ready to attach the 20S to the side of the motorcycle helmet.

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    Robert Goodin

    i ve lost the allen head mounting bolts..... how can i replace them

     

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    David All

    My question was reguarding the plastic around the hole that snaps into the helmet mounting bracket

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    Mark

    Is there some way to repair a glued surface adapter mount that has failed? The glued surface mounts on both my Daughter's helmet and one of my helmets failed (literally fell off) after about 1 - 1.5 years of use. Are there more reliable alternatives like Gorilla Gluing the piece back in place?

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