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post #11 of 22 (permalink) Old 12-02-2012, 04:55 PM Thread Starter
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Awesome...thats exactly what I was looking for, now I assume whoever just followed the contours of the lower edge of the plastic and then neatly rounded it off...Thanks again Dave
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Cut the plastic piece just below the tail light for a nice clean look.



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Cut the plastic piece just below the tail light for a nice clean look.


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How was it refinished?


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Use colorrite spray paint to match the color of your bike..
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That looks fantastic..thanks for the advise and education, now I just need the nuts to do it!!!
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The first few mods were tough , but now I can't wait to cut !! , L&M spring which will be ordered 2moro along with new forward controls , shit I feel like a kid again.Click image for larger version

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I removed seat ,fender, took the whole beaver tail off and cut it down right underneath license plate light put reflector in hole and ran license plate light wired own to side mount


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Got any pics..I like the idea of this too
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The first few mods were tough , but now I can't wait to cut !! , L&M spring which will be ordered 2moro along with new forward controls , shit I feel like a kid again.Attachment 15582



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Yeah a rich kid...LOL lets not forget the stealth light too
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The LP light removed, I was going to place LP to the top of it and use led bolts I found @ the bike store to illuminate .Attachment 15579

A member posted this next pic , he used epoxy to fill signal holes and rebuild removed LP light mount for a clean finish, sanded and reprinted,Attachment 15580



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That used to be my old set up until I sold it here to a forum member. Cut the light off. There is going to be a hole left there. Use plastic epoxy or bumper fill. Fill it in ,sand and paint with black spray paint. Looks hard but once you start doing it its easy. Take your time and you will see
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I'm in the process of this dame thing. I have an MFR taillights on its way. Did the takedown tonight and was curious as to what you did to smooth the plastic part where the beaver tail came through? Here's a closeup pic...thought about trimming it off but then noticed how the light locates in it.

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