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Old 16-11-06, 05:07 PM   #1
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Default lowers on a pointy?

anyone fitted or removed the lowers on a pointy? how easy is it? do you have to use a fitting kit, brackets ect or does it just hold on to the radiator and frame?
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Old 16-11-06, 05:11 PM   #2
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To remove them, I recommend you ride into a van. HTH
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i've fitted and removed these, it bolts to the frame and radiator using a fitting kit, the only part where it doesn't use a fitting kit is where it bolts to the upper fairing iirc.
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so easy to remove then?
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It's just advice, you don't have to take it BASAT certified, that was.
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easy to remove the way i did it, yeah, but northwind's suggestion is probably quicker
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Old 16-11-06, 05:44 PM   #8
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Just bolts off, so do the brackets. But if you ever plan on putting them on again make sure you note how the brackets near the radiator were sitting, makes it easier to get it all lined up.
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No no, thats for the fairing UPPERS

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