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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-02-2014, 06:27 PM Thread Starter
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Need some help on fairing bolt locations

I came home to my brother sliding stuff around in the garage and he knocked half of the taped on bolts off my fairings, and I'm finding them around the garage. I can guess pretty well where most of them go but I'm stumped with these smaller bolts and nuts.

Blue is I have a pretty good idea where they go
Green is a no idea
Yellow is a positive

I have the two bolts on the radiator
I have the main large fairing bolts (mid frame, kick stand)
I know where the clips go (one on the stool picture)
I also have the 4 bolts up on the tank

This is where I'm stumped, there's 4 holes on on the headlight fairing but I only have two small bolts with nuts and I have two larger bolts without any nuts. I have a bolt, washer, nut combination which I'm positive goes on the bottom of the fairings, under the bike. There's also this rubber thing with threads in it, no idea.

I have the two holes on the headlight fairing missing. I have the two on the underside of the bike missing but I don't have any nuts for these.

Sorry if this is confusing. I'm pretty pissed hahah, massive headache from this. If someone could post some pictures of all the fairing bolts and locations that'd be perfect. Thanks so much guys and thank you Ghost for all the previous help, I know you'll be in here looking.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-03-2014, 03:54 PM
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Ok I'll try and help out some here. Let's start with the picture of the belly fairing. The pic with the green and blue circles and a question mark. If you look at the pic I posted they would use the black plastic push pin on the bottom of the pic x 3. Then the pic you have of the side fairing it takes these nuts encased in rubber that fits into the other fairing in behind. On the top of the pic I posted. If you don't have this stuff you might have to rig up your own fasteners? Kawasaki stuff is expensive. You can probably get your hands on an aftermarket windshield install kit that has some of what you need and cheaper?
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And another pic.
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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-03-2014, 11:40 PM Thread Starter
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Yeah, I realized after staring at this for a few that I'm missing a bunch of stuff. I ordered a fairing bolt kit with what seems to be a diagram off ebay. Hopefully it actually works.
Thanks man.

http://m.ebay.com/itm/400530266814?nav=SEARCH

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Perfect, sounds like a good way to go! 2 things I found when putting bodywork back on was to get the bolts all started but not tight. Tighten them all after they are in place. Then sometimes a small awl or little screwdriver to align some of the holes in the fasteners that are tucked in behind that you can't see very well. Have fun.
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Good deal not only a US seller, but stainless steel to boot. I would advise picking up some anti-seize compound, and put a dab in them, dissimilar metals love to seize together, and if you need to remove them, it's not a PITA

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