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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 03-30-2016, 05:17 PM
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Looks good to me.

See to two flat points at the ends laying on the bottom/table. The bracket is pictured upside down.

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Thanks man. I'll be sure to post pics tomorrow with the plastics attached. They're used so it'll be quite colorful for the time being haha.

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It will make sense once you start putting together.

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The upper fits kinda crappy but it'll work. Will definitely need to have to trim the lower for the exhaust to fit.


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Coming together it looks like. The trick to get the upper to fit better is to leave everything loose, including the two rear tank bolts, mirrors, and the three upper fairing mount.

Once you get it all in position, then you can tighten up everything, the little bit of wiggle room helps a bunch.

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The uppers issue is that it appears to be a fiberglass copy of an original and not a very good one at that.

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Progress. Just spray paint but it's probably gonna end up on roads it was never meant for so it'll be ok.



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Ahh okay that explains the upper not fitting, well it's better than nothing.

The green looks good, good luck, hopefully you'll never know the pavement, it sucks, and not in a good way either.

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