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Discussion in 'Missions Accomplished' started by Phil manning, Apr 25, 2020.

  1. Phil manning

    Phil manning Well-Known Member Club Sponsor

    The upper bolts pick up on two set tabs, this is a baine of the Blackbird,many bikes have rips in them as they have turned on lugs and chewed the plastic, to avoid this I used Black gorilla sealant to secure these little sods, when dry pop it back in place the sealant bonds it but does allow a little flex ,never over tighten these as if you turn them again out of their stop,,it will be repeat ,rewind.
    Cheers. Be safe.
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  2. Dark Angel

    Dark Angel Still kickin' it! Club Sponsor

    Yeah. And if you're buying a 'Bird, or having work done on the front end, don't forget to check, like wot I did.

  3. slim63

    slim63 Never surrender Club Sponsor

    The only way to get them out without causing damage if they have been there a while is take the wheel out & grip the little sods from the back, even then I can be a close run thing between winning & failing miserably
  4. Dark Angel

    Dark Angel Still kickin' it! Club Sponsor

    If ever you do get them out, make sure you clean everything up and use high quality grease when you put the buggers back.
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