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Old 10-23-2008, 11:24 AM   #21
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to install these you will need to remove one or both of the kickstand bolts and also the gear shifter pivot bolt. For sure the kickstand bolts are very tight and have loctite on them. You will need leverage or an impact. Dont remember if the pivot bolt is as hard, but may be.
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Navi and me will take care of it MH! Thanks! I will let all know I how I like them.
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to install these you will need to remove one or both of the kickstand bolts and also the gear shifter pivot bolt. For sure the kickstand bolts are very tight and have loctite on them. You will need leverage or an impact. Dont remember if the pivot bolt is as hard, but may be.
I need to take the kickstand off anyway! its track only. How do I go around the switch?
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short the wires.

If you cut your wires they will always be cut even when you want to sell the bike. If you want to retain the factory connector then I say cut the wires on the kick stand end of the harness and short those together. Then buy another switch to replace the one you cut so when you want to put the stand back on you just use the new switch and you wont have any spliced wires.
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Don't worry young Jedi. It is but a simple process. If the switch is normally open, we shall cut the wires. If it is normally closed we will make a connection.

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