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Old 12-12-2006, 10:22 PM   #1
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Bar end problem

Ok, got an interesting one. On my left handle, the bar end came out, well i thought it just came out, but actually inside where the screw goes into the metal broke in half. So on the bar end is part of the metal from inside where it screwed in at. So i cant just get a new bar end. the question is, is this a part inside that can be ordered? or do i just need a whole new handle? Thanks in advance!

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Old 12-12-2006, 10:25 PM   #2
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Honda makes a removable lead insert that the bar end threads into.
I'm pretty sure I have one at the shop, give me a shout tomorrow.
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Honda makes a removable lead insert that the bar end threads into.
I'm pretty sure I have one at the shop, give me a shout tomorrow.

Sounds good!
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Old 12-12-2006, 10:41 PM   #4
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busted honda falling to pieces ...old age is catching up
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busted honda falling to pieces ...old age is catching up
alright bit** lets not even start with the amount of problems your hunk of s*** has had
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alright bit** lets not even start with the amount of problems your hunk of s*** has had
this is true
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alright bit** lets not even start with the amount of problems your hunk of s*** has had
my was totalled and most my problems were the same thing ...runs good for a bike that hit the ditch at 70! and the lag thing was chris teaching me to remap my bike nothing wrong with the one.....better than a banana
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Sounds like you should carry a roll of duct tape with you Will. Just kidding but I do have a role in stock
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