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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-20-2007, 04:07 PM Thread Starter
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Right Middle Fairing? Attach how?

Bought a wrecked bike and the guy was supposed to buy the parts and repair it for me but apparently hes a non phone answering duechekateer so i am gonna buy the rest of the parts myself... finish the bike... and sue the fucker.

I need to know what part i need to attach the right fairing onto the bike... is it the R Middle Fairing Stay or is it something else? on the left side it looks like a clip or fastener... any help would be greatfully appreciated!
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Bought a wrecked bike and the guy was supposed to buy the parts and repair it for me but apparently hes a non phone answering duechekateer so i am gonna buy the rest of the parts myself... finish the bike... and sue the fucker.

I need to know what part i need to attach the right fairing onto the bike... is it the R Middle Fairing Stay or is it something else? on the left side it looks like a clip or fastener... any help would be greatfully appreciated!
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Take a look at the micro fiche at an OEM parts dealer like Ron Ayers. They have detailed schematics that outline all the parts.

In general, the right side has a mounting bracket that is above the stator cover (close to your knee) and another bracket that is near the overflow tank on the 05-06 models. The left side has a similar bracket that is integrated into the fuse block holder.

#9 and #10 in this schematic

Others are direct bolting points between upper and lower fairings.

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been awhile....guess he got it? if not do what both these guys suggested...

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