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Is this the OEM 919 screen?




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Man that colour is gay.

Quick - paint it black.

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Is there any hardware missing from the photo above?

Nuts, bolts?

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Is there any hardware missing from the photo above?

Nuts, bolts?
Nothing you couldn't pick up at a good hardware store. The brackets are there, so maybe a few cap screws, I can't remember exactly what it bolts to and am too lazy to walk to the garage to look. ;-) For $40 bucks, grab it!

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bolts and spacers you can improvise though

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Is there any hardware missing from the photo above?

Nuts, bolts?
Yes.

2 - 6mm x 45ish mm 1.0
2 - 8mm x 45ish mm 1.25
2 - 6mm ID spacers 25ish mm tall
2 - 8mm ID spacers 10ish mm tall

that's my best guess where I said "ish".

If you like, I can dig up the OEM parts list and scan it?

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Thanks guys - if i pick it up and need more detail I'll ping ya back.

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just got mine a few weeks ago and love it!

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Man that colour is gay.

Quick - paint it black.
are you talking about the pinkish carpet or the windscreen?
in either case you are right. but i dont think carpet paints well!

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where is the best place to get a cheap stock windscreen, and do they come in dark tint?

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where is the best place to get a cheap stock windscreen, and do they come in dark tint?
I'm pretty sure they don't make them anymore... used or new old stock is your only option. You can find some custom ones that are close, carbon fiber etc... but the OEM ones aren't available. Keep your eyes out on the classifieds here, that is where I got mine.

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Man that colour is gay.

Quick - paint it black.
I plan on doing that to mine. What's the best paint for that? anybody have any ideas?

I have some high temp black paint I used on some bits, before I realized engine degreaser turns it to water.

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I plan on doing that to mine. What's the best paint for that? anybody have any ideas?

I have some high temp black paint I used on some bits, before I realized engine degreaser turns it to water.
I used black Krylon plastic specific stuff on the inside and it has held up for years. Recentliy I put a little paint on the outside to change the look a little.
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just got mine a few weeks ago and love it!
Good to hear!

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For ratttle can paint I've found that Krylon Plastic in black Satin or Rust-O-leum in black Satin are a great match for the Ashalt Black in the 9'r. Flat is to flat, but Satin has just the right sheen to it. That's what my windscreen, grab bar, and side panels are paint with.

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Yes.

2 - 6mm x 45ish mm 1.0
2 - 8mm x 45ish mm 1.25
2 - 6mm ID spacers 25ish mm tall
2 - 8mm ID spacers 10ish mm tall

that's my best guess where I said "ish".

If you like, I can dig up the OEM parts list and scan it?
I just picked this up today ( the guy was on a long vacation. )

Any chance you can scan the OEM parts list / install sheet? That would be superb. I could host it for others if necessary.

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I just picked this up today ( the guy was on a long vacation. )

Any chance you can scan the OEM parts list / install sheet? That would be superb. I could host it for others if necessary.
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Here ya go:

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Really excellent, thanks!

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Yes.

2 - 6mm x 45ish mm 1.0
2 - 8mm x 45ish mm 1.25
2 - 6mm ID spacers 25ish mm tall
2 - 8mm ID spacers 10ish mm tall

that's my best guess where I said "ish".

If you like, I can dig up the OEM parts list and scan it?

Just put my salvaged-from-Europe one on. Found out the 8mm bolts are 35mm, not 45. Also, both the 6mm and 8mm bolts should be flange bolts. Stainless if you can get them.

Otherwise, dead on.

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