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post #1 of 8 Old 11-26-2008, 01:00 PM Thread Starter
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stock exhaust.. small/medium scratch on left side heat shield

stock set of handlebars..



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post #2 of 8 Old 11-26-2008, 02:20 PM
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How much are you asking. Have any pics?

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i tried to highlight the scratch on the heat sheild.. this exhaust had less than 2000 miles on it when i changed it out.. as for the handlebars they are stock.. no scratchs no dents.. stock.. 20 bucks + shipping for the bars
175.00 + shipping for the exhaust is fair imho.. let me know









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How easy was the removal of the exhaust? Looks to me to be straight forward, but I remember others mentioning that the swinger needed to be dropped? If so why?

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How easy was the removal of the exhaust? Looks to me to be straight forward, but I remember others mentioning that the swinger needed to be dropped? If so why?
its easy except for removing the "y" pipe.. you have to take the top and bottom bolts out of the rear shock and pick the rear end of the bike up and wiggle and shake and say the magic incantations then the y pipe slips right out...



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post #6 of 8 Old 11-26-2008, 06:48 PM
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How easy was the removal of the exhaust? Looks to me to be straight forward, but I remember others mentioning that the swinger needed to be dropped? If so why?
Looks like cake to me!

EDIT: Notice why I'm taking this apart to clean it? All the years of the previous owner using gear oil and not keeping it cleaned off has almost stained lots of these part. The sidestand is so caked with gear oil that it is getting gummy and not operating smoothly. Time for more kerosene, WD-40, and the trusty toothbrush.
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Ahhh, I see it now! Duh!

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