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Old 10-05-2021, 05:30 PM   #1
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Need to change the coolant reservoir on my 2015CBR1K

So I guess the freeze cracked the radiator overflow res. I am wondering how hard it is to change. Looks like I'll have to support the bike in the air then Unbolt the shock and hopefully lower the swing arm enough to weasel it out.

Anybody know if this is the correct way? And if not. What's the right way?
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