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What is this rear fairing stud for?

I bought mine well used and it has bolts in place of the stud looking bolts, any ideas?
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Re: What is this rear fairing stud for?

Maybe a cargo net?
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Maybe a cargo net?
thats what I always thought.... especialy as, on my 900, there two metal pieces that fold out hooks from under the pillion seat

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Re: What is this rear fairing stud for?

they are for a cargo net.

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I bought mine well used and it has bolts in place of the stud looking bolts, any ideas?
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Yeah those are cargo net mounts. I used them a few times. Pretty handy.

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Re: What is this rear fairing stud for?

There the bits you take off to fit a rear grab rail, so your passenger does,nt keep peeing you off , slaming into you when you break.....
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Re: What is this rear fairing stud for?

lol sorry about that angrymonkey, i saw your thread and noticed it had a good pic of the studs..curiousity pretty much got the best of me
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Re: What is this rear fairing stud for?

Yup. For cargo since our bikes are also set up for the long-haul. You can replace it with a shorter screw if it bothers you.
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Re: What is this rear fairing stud for?

Maybe, they are the FWD, speadwobble, torque control, transfer adjustment screws. Yes, these do double as luggage rack attach points, when your not concerned with that pesky little problem of speadwobble when approaching terminal velocity.
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back to the paper bag and lacquer thinner
Acetone works better, FYI
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Re: What is this rear fairing stud for?

Found a luggage rack but it doesn't even use the studs... the search continues
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I have run out of Acetone.

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