Last Thursday evening I attempted to install a Kuryakin trunk rack on my '09. Everything went fine until I went to put in the rear bolts (the ones that go all the way through the trunk lid and liner). The stupid things are so soft, that the allen wrench rounded the edges off the holes off in one slip. Now in Kury's defense I did have the first bolt cross threaded and couldn't see well enough to realign it before attempting to tighten it. However, that doesn't excuse them for having such crappy fasteners, something I've heard other Wing owners complain about. So here I am at 9:00 p.m and no rack on, holes in my (colourful expletive) trunk, a stripped fastener head, and a two-up trip planned in the morning. So at 7:30 in the morning I'm going through the bolt bin at the shop trying to match the stupid things so I can finish the install and get on our way at noon. No such luck. Just then our service manager asked to see the bolt so he could measure it with is caliper. Turns out they are a good old regular machine screw in a 10x24 size. A call to our sister automotive shop and I'm in business and on my way back to the ranch to finish the job. The machine screws are harder and have a Robertson head on them. No issues with these ones stripping either. I haven't contacted Kuryakin on this (yet) but just a word of caution to anyone planning on putting one of these racks on. I also have the leg extenders for the rack, but don't know if I am going to use them or not. I'll be frigging careful of the alignment if I do. Not real big on the tracing method of marking the hole locations either. Hasn't Kuryakin ever heard of a template for crying out loud?