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post #1 of 21 Old 05-18-2017, 07:37 PM Thread Starter
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Found my 10R on the ground

Hi all, came out of the store and found my gen 4laying on the ground. A few scratched bits, broken peg, bent shifter, scratched engine cover, mirror and bar end. Where my mirror mounts to the bike is broken so my mirror is a little loose. I can't figure out on the parts finder site which piece it is without tearing the bike apart and I really don't want to do that until I have the cowling piece. I would think it can only be one of the cowling pieces. No I don't want to deal with any of the shops around here. Thanks guys and gals.
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post #2 of 21 Old 05-18-2017, 08:06 PM
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The mirror bolts into captive nuts in the meter mount, and the captive nuts pull loose.
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Thanks Peter. I don't know, looks like a piece is broke to me. But I'll definitely look into that. So just pull the bolts out to check that it's just the nuts that pulled out? Are captive nuts also called "well nuts"?
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Mirror mounting

As above you will need to tear down mate
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It's plastic so what a bummer
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So it's dropped on the stand side?was it uneven when you parked it up?sorry man that's just a deadset pr.ck
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Now I understand what you guys are saying. Broke the cowling. I found that piece in the parts look up but it was the only piece that said call for pricing. That scares me. I'm betting that piece isn't cheap.
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Thanks guys.
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See what Kawa are charging your option could be cheaper with carbon fiber replacement mate!a lot of company's advertise them
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Motocomposites are asking around $250aus so you have a idea
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