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Offline AnonymousBiker

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Removing Lower Fairing
« on: August 29, 2015, 03:22:11 pm »
Is it possible to remove the lower fairing without taking the upper part off also. Or do I have to go through the whole process as described in "How to Install R&G Crash Bars" Thanks.
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Re: Removing Lower Fairing
« Reply #1 on: August 29, 2015, 06:38:03 pm »
The upper and lower fairing sections can be separated, but I'm pretty sure
you would have to take the whole lot off to do so !  :087:

If you take your time and follow those instructions it is a lot easier than it appears.

As you remove screws and some of the smaller panels, more screws are revealed -
one of the main tricks is remembering where they all came from,
so when you put it bback together you don't have any left over !

Did you spot the "Word" document at the foot of the instructions which has a couple of pictures,
and a list of all the screws / where they go, that can be printed out ?

Out of curiosity, what task are you performing that only needs the lower section of Faring to be removed ?

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Re: Removing Lower Fairing
« Reply #2 on: August 29, 2015, 08:52:47 pm »
I saw the diagram with all the screws, that will be helpful if I have to remove everything.

I scratched the lower fairing, and I want to paint it. I thought it would be easier if it was off the bike. I may just mask it off and spray it without taking the whole bike apart.
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