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Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Davis, CA
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Originally posted by wswartzwel
I added a couple triangular gussets, for additional reinforcement to the top of mine when I reconstructed it. (salvage bike)

I also was able to straighten my front fairing frame, it took lots of time and patience. Regarding Steve's kissing comment....
We can straighten them here, this is Arkansas...
Beauty. That looks like a long term solution. Meanwhile, mine took me 350 miles through the northern Sierras today. First long day trip with the bike. It's wonderful. And the tabs didn't break off. Trying to figure what I ever saw in Japanese multis. Unfortunately the ride involved one broken leg (not mine).
Lars Pedersen
2002 R1100S Prep, still soldiering on. Need to ride it more.
1970 Ford Bronco, far from stock; 2005 Subaru Outback wagon, departed, don't miss it. Replaced by The Storm Trooper, AKA a bone white 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Upland.
Vans RV-7 flying as of June 24, 2012; Too many bicycles to list.
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