That is a handy little bracket. How did you have to use a belt sander?
I missed taking a picture before I ground it into shape.
If you look at the straight edges of the part here on amazon, you can tell how I had to sand them to make room for the charge plug behind the frame.
Also, you have to shorten the bracket qhite a bit to make room for the motor mount.https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00BAVNCJ4/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I hope that clarifies it.
It is a bit of sanding, you might be able to do it with an angle grinder too.
Ideally, you would take an endmill on a mill to make the shapes perfect, but oh well.
I really love that I have this lock mounted on the bike now, no fishing in the backpack or anywayere else.
My luggage compartment is already full with tools 'n stuff.
Now some recommended the Xenia and to simply remove the alarm.
That doesn't make sense to me, since you are paying for the alarm, and you want the alarm, but end up having to take it off.
That is less deterrent then.
This Urban UR-10 is affordable, small, yet actually really heavy, and it acts like a full blown alarm which doesn't go off like a stupid dumb device when the user makes a mistake.
Like the pointless car alarm in the 90s
Sorry, I know that was more info than you asked for.