Posted by Chris Boxall on Apr 7th 2021
I have a new 2020 Triumph Bonneville T120 and the 3M Tank Bag Kit looks very good. It took me about an hour to put on as you need to stretch it pretty good to conform with the rounded shape. The edges will work down if you take your time and use some spray alcohol to speed the adhering. The side pieces fit very well but you need to be careful not to overlap and keep a close watch to ensure the edges align perfectly, again with a little stretching to get the fit just right. I eyeballed the large piece when I laid it down on the tank and ended up very slightly off centre, but only I notice it ! My bike is silver metallic and the 3M is almost invisible. I used a hypo needle to remove a couple of air bubbles and being in the sun got rid of the rest of any slight imperfections. Very pleased with the overall result.
Posted by Darryll on Aug 5th 2020
I have experience putting decals on surfaces but this is a little different. The surface must be squeaky clean, any dust or etc will be seen through the film. It must be warm out so you can stretch the film around contours to make it fit. Use LOTS of soap spray to keep surfaces wet while you manipulate the film and keep squeegeeing to get all air and water out. Keep out of the sun as it dries everything too quickly, you may have to peel film back to reposition it. I am happy with the finish, the effort you put into prepping the surface pays off at the end. Other than a few dust specks the film looks great and protects my tank.
Posted by Unknown on May 3rd 2016
Goes on just like video shows. I like that the kit covers the entire top surface of the tank. Fits the new Bonneville tank just fine.