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mikeahrens
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Location: Staten Island and Andes NY

PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2018 2:43 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Hello everyone


I have two sets of Hondaline case guards. One has a really nice right side, the other a really nice left. Both sets are in need of a refinish.

However when I was installing the ratty right and left on the bike the cross bar does not seem to be long enough. but when the

matching one that goes with the set was installed the through bolt slid home. was there that much difference from set to set? Also the black

plates screwed to the chrome guards are they for reinforcing the case guards or can the be removed for adjustment?

Mike

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