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Stu9
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Back mudguard removal

Post by Stu9 on Sun 17 May 2015, 3:37 pm

On a 96......how's it done....apart from the 4 bolts off at the sides (which are out) I can't see how it comes away from metal frame at the light. I don't want pull to hard incase I break or snap something

Got the Haynes comic and tells you how take the front one off (which is easy anyway) but not the back Rolling Eyes....now I know why don't bother with these bloody books, fkn useless
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Re: Back mudguard removal

Post by badseeds on Sun 17 May 2015, 5:16 pm

Most of the wiring loom nestles inside it, is that away? This diagram may help.
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Stu9
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Re: Back mudguard removal

Post by Stu9 on Sun 17 May 2015, 5:56 pm

Thanks....I now know that once bolts (13) are taken out not just loosened it drops out

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