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post #16 of 24 Old 06-06-2004, 6:51 PM
 
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On the 1000RR we definitely need some stuff fabricated. Someone needs to make a small metal bracket so we can reattach the plastic heel guard to the pillion peg bolt. This is because when you remove the pillion pegs you can reattach the plastic guard without fabbing something.

And we need something better than Larry's fender eliminator deal. If you come up with either item, put me down on the list.




Larry's is a starting point but NOT the cats a$$.(no offense Larry, I know you have sold a TON of them) It needs T/Signal mounts of some sort.

Some Florida member needs to pay Ted a visit. Pronto.

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Is this Larry's kit? The pics show turn signals.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...tem=7903621285



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Larry's is a starting point but NOT the cats a$$.(no offense Larry, I know you have sold a TON of them) It needs T/Signal mounts of some sort.

Some Florida member needs to pay Ted a visit. Pronto.
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Is this Larry's kit? The pics show turn signals.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...tem=7903621285
Yes, but the signals are mounted to the "cargo net hooks" on the side, and not as part of the tag bracket itself.
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I had a feeling that might be the case.


Larry's kit is for use with rear fender removed.
My question. Should I make a tag kit to use with a trimmed stock fender? (turn signals in stock location)

Or will most of you be removing the fender?

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Re: Your comments please

Ted, in my gayest voice, I'd go both ways.

With the stock exhaust the guards in place look good and need to be there IMO.

With an aftermarket exhaust no guards might look better. IMO.

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It's really easy to make your own... Dunno if it's something that would be worth making up and trying to sell.

https://www.fireblades.org/forums/showthread.php?t=24191
Sure it would, I don't have a dremel or the steel or the time
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Sure it would, I don't have a dremel or the steel or the time
Ok, then I'll make you one. Send me $50.
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Ok, then I'll make you one. Send me $50.
seems a tad high
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Steel....


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