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Good evening Gentlemen Cb1300 "wannahave" here
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Spend half a day with thumping headache slowing me down but flat renthals are on (and tail tidy) [Image: 48acb350c8a5a3af6695f7b4f52962ee.jpg][Image: 0605424ee3fa327a4a2ce69e23c3a6c5.jpg][Image: bc5596f0839418a4012701a729f43f53.jpg]

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Thanks thotty79 for idea of turning clamps around. It helps a lot. Enough clearance between bar and tank. And no problem with keys either.

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#32
Hope the headache wasnt self inflicted Big Grin
if you can`t fix it with a hammer you have an electrical problem
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(16-11-2019, 08:06 PM)speedfreak Wrote: Hope the headache wasnt self inflicted Big Grin
I rarely drink - nope not hangover


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man flu then, you have my sympathy Big Grin
I am currently self inflicting, hopefully no headache Big Grin Big Grin
if you can`t fix it with a hammer you have an electrical problem
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You inspired me - "self inflicting" might actually be good for the man flueBig Grin Thanks lol

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#36
No headache from my self inflicting Big Grin
if you can`t fix it with a hammer you have an electrical problem
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#37
Well trained masochism lol

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(13-11-2019, 05:09 PM)Oddjob Wrote: I doubt that the dealer would have given you the original bolts that would have been removed when the bungs were fitted so I'd advise buying them beforehand if your going to remove them, past experience on the site has suggested the bolt used to fit the bungs tends to bond into the engine casing making it very hard to remove unless your lucky and they greased the bolts when fitting the bungs. I had to drill mine out it was so stuck.

Use grease on the new bolts to stop it happening in the futureĀ  Big Grin Big Grin
Thanks for the tip about getting mounting bolts. I ordered them and good because to install Givi crash bars original bolts were required. I like the look of them. Not kin to find out yet if they perform lol. One thing - only when I get in shower I keep noticing bruising in both shins lol. So if you around 6 feet tall or more - be warned. I personally don't mind - beauty require sacrifice lol

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