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My crashbars arrived today so i bombed up to Jonnos (RD5 in warrington) to pick 'em up and fit 'em!

heres how it went!
I've missed out the obvious bits from the instructions the bits i have put here are the bits that the instructions don't illustrate too well!!

1) Remove the fairings - not necessary but i wanted to check everything whilst i was in there!



2) Offer the little arms up and pinch them into the mounting bolts!



3) Mount the lower bracket - it should look like this! the instructions aren't the clearest on this! - use the replacement bolts and they mount into the belly pan mounts!



4) Replace your fairings and then mount the crashbars onto the mounting brackets bolt it all together and make sure it's nice and tight!



then clean and wax the bike and get soaked riding it home!

finally relax with fish fingers and make a post on XRV.org!

luvverly! :lol:
 

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Ohhh she looks so Beautyfull :lol: :lol:
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nice bike
 

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Yeah the workshop is RD5 - new bike shop in warrington - it's really good!

the workshop bit is at the back of the store (the whole of which is in a railway arch!!) he has more tools and toys than you can shake a stick at!

He is also a brilliant mechanic - well it is his job! :D

The two of us are potentially planning a road trip around the welsh coast later in the year!

i've put a post about RD5 in the dealers section!

bike is even shinier now - waxed it :D then it got soaked and grubby riding home :cry:

but it still looks cool! 8)
 
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