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post #11 of 21 Old 05-18-2017, 08:45 PM Thread Starter
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Motocomposites are asking around $250aus so you have a idea
I have an idea I might just use my insurance. Only a $250 deductible.
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So how did it fall over? Hot pavement?

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So how did it fall over? Hot pavement?
No. It's only around 60 degrees here. I don't have a clue. Someone bumped it, pushed it over...I have a bad habit of leaving my bikes in neutral. Maybe someone walked too close and hooked their clothes on the clip on. Maybe some disgruntled cager followed me. All speculation. Never know so don't really care. I ended up having to put a security system with a proximity sensor on my Harley bagger because multiple times I had found that someone had been on my bike, touched my bike or, in one instance, let their kid climb on my bike. Nice little greasy toddler hand prints on my tank like they were laying on the tank, one hand on each side.
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No. It's only around 60 degrees here. I don't have a clue. Someone bumped it, pushed it over...I have a bad habit of leaving my bikes in neutral. Maybe someone walked too close and hooked their clothes on the clip on. Maybe some disgruntled cager followed me. All speculation. Never know so don't really care. I ended up having to put a security system with a proximity sensor on my Harley bagger because multiple times I had found that someone had been on my bike, touched my bike or, in one instance, let their kid climb on my bike. Nice little greasy toddler hand prints on my tank like they were laying on the tank, one hand on each side.
Damn brother sorry to hear that, i respect your calmness about the situation.

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If you have a part number, I can look up the price tomorrow. I work at a kawasaki dealer.
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If you have a part number, I can look up the price tomorrow. I work at a kawasaki dealer.
looks like part# 11056-0175 Meter bracket. Thanks.
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There are several online sites that have parts breakdowns that make finding parts easy. E.g 2014 Kawasaki NINJA ZX-10R (ZX1000JEF) OEM Parts, Babbitts Kawasaki Partshouse

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It looks like MSRP on that part is $75.25USD and it's currently available at both Kawasaki warehouses.

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It looks like MSRP on that part is $75.25USD and it's currently available at both Kawasaki warehouses.
Thanks. Just ordered through babbits. Is that one of the parts warehouses?
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It looks like MSRP on that part is $75.25USD and it's currently available at both Kawasaki warehouses.
Thanks. Just ordered through babbits. Is that one of the parts warehouses?
No. Babbits is a dealer.
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