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Old 04-16-2013, 03:13 PM   #1
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My fairings arrived(any advice on installing)

Excited as . Got my baby's new clothes today. Wondering if i should attempt the installation or have someone experienced do it. Or is there anyone here available to just tell me what to do. I'm capable, but haven't done it before. Thanks for any help.

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Excited as . Got my baby's new clothes today. Wondering if i should attempt the installation or have someone experienced do it. Or is there anyone here available to just tell me what to do. I'm capable, but haven't done it before. Thanks for any help.

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Go with the flow... I always put my tail and front fairings on first. Then the gas tank (if it's a cbr) and the Mids lowers and all that


Wait...ok Heres my order

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Its simple just have patience and dont loose your nuts and you'll be back in the road in no time
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Go with the flow... I always put my tail and front fairings on first. Then the gas tank (if it's a cbr) and the Mids lowers and all that


Wait...ok Heres my order

1 tail
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He is asking because some of it might not go back on correctly.
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And man finally! Time to get you back out on two wheels again!!
to the Ya. And Ya want to do it right. Capable. Sometimes short on the patients. still gotta paint the tank, but I can deal with That for a bit.
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He is asking because some of it might not go back on correctly.
Like anything with a bike, patience is key
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Like anything with a bike, patience is key
But will definitely exercise my patients with these
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I think you should do it yourself, you'll gain some knowledge out of it.
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But will definitely exercise my patients with these
It did with me. What's gonna drive you crazy more than anything.. Even fitment

Bolts..

I will kill the next person that makes me piece togeather a bike with bolts missing
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It did with me. What's gonna drive you crazy more than anything.. Even fitment

Bolts.

I will kill the next person that makes me piece togeather a bike with bolts missing
I ordered a fairing bolt set with them, but we're not in the box. Maybe sending separate. Hopefully.
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Thanks. Glad we got that figured out.
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I ordered a fairing bolt set with them, but we're not in the box. Maybe sending separate. Hopefully.
yeah so did i.... you will be surprised by whats missing in them "kits"
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Tail section on. Not to difficult. Headlight and speedo mounted in upper fairing. Only one tiewrap so far.
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Tail section on. Not to difficult. Headlight and speedo mounted in upper fairing. Only one tiewrap so far.
Ok good. You got zip ties
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