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|03-25-2012, 03:04 PM||#1|
......so I'm trying to replace barends, after the old weight is off there is threaded piece that i can't get out of the handle ... I have a 01 cbr 600...how do I get that part out, if anyone knows ,thanks in advance.
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|03-25-2012, 06:39 PM||#4|
Join Date: Feb 2012
On mine, the bar ends were held with the red Loctite - the tough stuff. If I recall the bar end had the stud machined (or pressed) onto it, so it sounds like it may have sheared off. You might try a screw extractor, but my experience with those is not good. I generally break them off in the seized fastener, and then I have a seized faster with a hardened piece of steel embedded in it. Good luck.
|03-25-2012, 09:29 PM||#5|
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On the Hondas there are little tabs holding the weights in.
Roll the grip up and you'll see two 1/8" holes close to the end of the bar.
The tabs snap into that.
Use a punch and knock the tabs down out of the holes and then you can pull the weight out.
On the throttle side you need to remove the throttle housing & tube to get to it.
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