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#1 fjrinbc

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Posted 12 June 2005 - 11:20 AM

Excellent places to start:

Maintenance:
FJRTech.com/Maint

Farkles:
FJRTech.com/Farkles

Also:
Bikes-n-Spikes (aka Marc Johnson's FJR site

Also:
FJR1300.info/How To...

Best place to start:
Factory shop manual or even the OWNER'S MANUAL biggrin.gif
It is surprising how many questions are asked about something that is in the manual.

Len
So, play nice and learn to frustrate people into fits of anger with your special twist on passive aggression. It's far safer and more effective. (Gary Allen, bitog, 10jul2008)

#2 FJR Commuter

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Posted 11 June 2011 - 11:45 AM

Well I got my FZ-1 mirrors on. But, Yamaha bikes are built by men, probably little tiny boys, with hands the size of new born babes. (It's eight vent this way or cuss everybody out) I followed the links at the beginning of this post and went to the web site for taking the dash panels off and it worked except!!!!!!!!! I had to go to a third site to find out why I was having such a problem with the quick fasteners but here is the site that gave the the quick fix

http://www.fjrowners...c=27&page=19666

and as it explained in the very last post the inside retaining ring wasn't aligned correctly and if you reach in and around without snapping your writs it releases and your cooking with gas.

Remember the order of take off

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