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Post Crash Resurrection of my Cat
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More cleaning and disassembly.
   
   
Getting the twist out of the subframe went easily once I figured out the setup.  LOL  Watch the video and try not to chuckle.  Big Grin 




With the subframe straight, the next trick was to realign the front fairing support.  I used leverage and worked slowly and carefully.  It was a matter of trial and test.  Over and over until the front fairing fit like a glove without any strain on the plastic.  It took hours.
   
   



After that, came the rest of the fairings.  Rounding up all of the fasteners slowed me down, because I had given away my rashed plastics without realizing that the replacements were missing the clip nuts.  Rolleyes 
They sure are pretty, though.  These were OE and in excellent condition.  Rockon

   
   
   
   
   
   
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Post Crash Resurrection of my Cat - by Reserector - 10-13-2023, 01:01 PM
RE: Post Crash Resurrection of my Cat - by Reserector - 10-13-2023, 04:00 PM
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