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post #11 of 21 (permalink) Old 12-03-2012, 05:27 PM Thread Starter
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the million dollar question, will the "mean mug" fit my 05 once i get this done??
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If I do this mod can I still use the Dirty Money Headlight Bezel ?
Can't say, never seen a dirty money bezel so I don't know.



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post #12 of 21 (permalink) Old 12-04-2012, 12:02 AM
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thanks chain. the video is great. this entire mod will be getting checked off the list much sooner than expected...down to the mug.

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Great upgrade Thanks for sharing 1 more thing to add to the list

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Did my upgrade over the weekend. Went very smoothly! First time of taking the fairing off and on. Getting it lined back up and on was more of a pain than the rest of the work.

Thanks for the video Chainsaw-helped a ton!

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Have all the items waiting for the new batch this spring. May have to customize the bubble

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Did my upgrade over the weekend. Went very smoothly! First time of taking the fairing off and on. Getting it lined back up and on was more of a pain than the rest of the work.

Thanks for the video Chainsaw-helped a ton!
Yes,.. that first time figuring it all out is a beeeatch! After a couple hundred times you will become a pro!



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post #19 of 21 (permalink) Old 10-02-2013, 01:37 PM
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excellent video, one of my headlights just burned out on my 09 so I may as well do this mod with my new bi-xenon bulbs. Plus I need to replace blown air gauge light and the right hog tunes speaker is also blown so I will be putting J & M's in this time even though hogtunes will send me new ones they can keep it as I was not impressed with them at all anyway.

This will be a winter project out in my cold shed, I have never taken the fairing apart myself so this will be a test of patience.. Are there any good step by step video's out there in regards to fairing removal and installation?

BTW feel free to share any other mods you can think of that would be good to do while I have fairing open.
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Dude! Thanks for this. It will make it so much easier.

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