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Old 04-17-2008, 06:18 PM   #1
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so i just got a new aftermarket upper fairing...but it doesnt come with the holes to bolt the air ducts in....so i was thinking phu8ck it...ill just super glued them...

what do yall think??/...what kind of glue??
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Old 04-18-2008, 07:44 AM   #2
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Old 04-25-2008, 07:08 PM   #3
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glue will break cuz of the vibrations of the bike.
i was thinking expoxy.....what do yall think??
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cant drill?
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cant drill?
i dont think so.....and if so then what??? put screws thru it??
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how else did the original fairings mount?
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Old 04-25-2008, 07:20 PM   #7
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it had holes with thread
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oh ok i gotcha. drill and run a bolt and nut? epoxy would be a bad idea. then it would be a permanent attachment.
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oh ok i gotcha. drill and run a bolt and nut? epoxy would be a bad idea. then it would be a permanent attachment.
well i if it stays permanently there..im fine with that.....but do u think it will work?
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youre fine with that? what if you need to replace it again?
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no man i think 2 people already said that lol,, you cant drill or dont know how? if you need help you can bring it over here to the se side and i can help you drill a hole where you need it to be
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youre fine with that? what if you need to replace it again?
those air ducts arent but like $20
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no man i think 2 people already said that lol,, you cant drill or dont know how? if you need help you can bring it over here to the se side and i can help you drill a hole where you need it to be
the thing is that the hole is not suppouse to be thru...does that makes since??
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really id have to see it to know how to mount it. but i WILL say i would never glue my bike together.
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not really but ok
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really id have to see it to know how to mount it. but i WILL say i would never glue my bike together.
yea glues sounds like bad idea...nevermind.....
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not really but ok
is not like u drill it and put a bolt on one side and tie the nut from the other side
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zip tie FTMFW. They work great ask dbuck. I just replaced them last night with new ones. They never strip out, cross thread, or get lost.
what what who....zip tie???
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