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Fitting OEM screen rivets

I've manage to buy a decent OEM screen for my 93 RRP (it was attached to an upper fairing!!) and have bought the little black rivets and washers - can someone advise how these are fitted, is it simply support the washer with a small socket and somehow compress the two halves - I can't see my rivet gun being of any use?

Or is there a more complicated way to do it?

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Re: Fitting OEM screen rivets

Yeah, that's pretty much it. Put the rivet in, support the retaining washer (or spring retainer, or whatever it is lol) and press it on. Might need a rag over the finished end of the rivet to prevent scuffing. You should be able to use hand/finger pressure to secure it.
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Yeah, that's pretty much it. Put the rivet in, support the retaining washer (or spring retainer, or whatever it is lol) and press it on. Might need a rag over the finished end of the rivet to prevent scuffing. You should be able to use hand/finger pressure to secure it.
Thanks Ian, that's great
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Re: Fitting OEM screen rivets

On my screens (slightly more modern bikes) there is a rubber grommet with threads on inside that went into the screen holes and the bolts go thru the fairing and tighten in the grommets.

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On my screens (slightly more modern bikes) there is a rubber grommet with threads on inside that went into the screen holes and the bolts go thru the fairing and tighten in the grommets.
The black rivet/compression washer were a bugger to get off, so assume Honda improved the design - or was it?
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Re: Fitting OEM screen rivets

Hi Andrew , rubber nuts
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Hi Andrew , rubber nuts
Yep, always encased...........
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Yep, always encased...........
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Re: Fitting OEM screen rivets

Yes, that's them, but the Honda ones have a little lip to prevent them from falling out and also to make it hell getting in.

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That's what I used.
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That's what I used.
Thanks for the alternative tips guys, and I know I'll be accused of being an anorak, but I'm really keen to return it to original spec using OE parts.
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Thanks for the alternative tips guys, and I know I'll be accused of being an anorak, but I'm really keen to return it to original spec using OE parts.
I knew this, and that's why I DIDN'T suggest the newer style to you
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I knew this, and that's why I DIDN'T suggest the newer style to you
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