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919: Removing the anti-vibe assy.

Finally got around to documenting the instructions for removing the stock bar ends and anti-vibe assemblies from the handle bar. Link

It is also added to the 919 Helpful Topics.

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nice write up

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NICE! But when did you upgrade to the COOL GREEN




I guess what i'm really asking is who give ya the pictures

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Hey great post I was wondering how to get those thing outta there

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its a mutha, lemme tell you, im having a helluva time getting mine out right now. i followed mikeys suggestion about threadlock on the screws, and now they dont want to come out, im in a pickle.





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its a mutha, lemme tell you, im having a helluva time getting mine out right now. i followed mikeys suggestion about threadlock on the screws, and now they dont want to come out, im in a pickle.
Have you tried putting a screwdriver into the screw and hitting it a few good taps with a hammer or something similar?
That might crack the thread lock for you.

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I saw these on a throttle lock/bar end website somewhere... Thanks for the writeup.

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I have some CRG bar end mirrors with internal adaptors on order (been on order for a month). Would a write up be a good addition to this write up?

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NICE! But when did you upgrade to the COOL GREEN




I guess what i'm really asking is who give ya the pictures
Will the mystery person please step forward.

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its a mutha, lemme tell you, im having a helluva time getting mine out right now. i followed mikeys suggestion about threadlock on the screws, and now they dont want to come out, im in a pickle.
Try removing the complete assembly with the bar end attached.

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I have some CRG bar end mirrors with internal adaptors on order (been on order for a month). Would a write up be a good addition to this write up?
1 month is a long time. Who did you order from? A detailed write up with photos are always welcome.

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1 month is a long time. Who did you order from?
Ordered them through the local Honda dealer. They have been very good about price matching and getting items in quickly. I haven't the slightest clue why the mirrors are taking so long to get in stock. Maybe they are handmade by Mexican craftsman, I don't know.

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Ordered them through the local Honda dealer. They have been very good about price matching and getting items in quickly. I haven't the slightest clue why the mirrors are taking so long to get in stock. Maybe they are handmade by Mexican craftsman, I don't know.
I would order directly from CRG. These items are always in stock.

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