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post #1 of 8 Old 05-17-2014, 03:29 PM Thread Starter
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WTB: 919 gauge plastics

I have yet to take it apart but was wondering if anyone had the inner gauge plastics. The one with the two tabs that hold the guages to the bike. My recent crash broke both of those tabs.
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I have yet to take it apart but was wondering if anyone had the inner gauge plastics. The one with the two tabs that hold the guages to the bike. My recent crash broke both of those tabs.
I bought one of these. It's holding up well after many wheelies. http://pages.ebay.com/motors/link/?n...040397&alt=web

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Just remove the tabs & swap the lower rubber mounts that attach to the headlight brackets for a hard spacer and a large washer. I ran my OEM gauges like that for a few seasons. Worked great and little to no vibes.

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Bump.... still looking for this part.

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Just remove the tabs & swap the lower rubber mounts that attach to the headlight brackets for a hard spacer and a large washer. I ran my OEM gauges like that for a few seasons. Worked great and little to no vibes.
Do you have a picture? His tabs are already broken off.

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oh dang, thats pretty darn cheap!

ill have to see what my buddy can get it for from his ship but thats probably going to be where i am going to grab it from.

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post #8 of 8 Old 08-18-2014, 05:13 PM
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I just bought the same part and replaced my broken tabs. Cheap and easy fix

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