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if i remove my fenders am i able to put them back on and when i put them back on will they stay on tight?
 

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when i bolt mine back on you can't even tell that they were removed. so yes.
 

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k thanks alot
 

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now i have another problem. what is the easiest way to get those rivets out?
 

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Originally posted by trx450Rrider@Aug 30 2004, 06:36 PM
now i have another problem. what is the easiest way to get those rivets out?
i took a huge drill bit & went to hell on them & they finally gave up....its a PITA
 

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i pulled off the whole front and used a small dremel grinding bit, that way you don't leave huge holes.
 

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Hold one side of the rivet with some sidecutters then use a drill to remove the head. KGB gave me this: use some honda push pins to fill the rivet holes.
 

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wow thats a good idea oldsandman but i tried drilling them out and the drill bit snapped and whent sliding down my plastic and put a hole in it.
 

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Originally posted by trx450Rrider@Sep 1 2004, 08:05 PM
wow thats a good idea oldsandman but i tried drilling them out and the drill bit snapped and whent sliding down my plastic and put a hole in it.
A sticker will fix that :D
 

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Originally posted by thesb+Sep 3 2004, 12:44 AM-->
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@Sep 1 2004, 08:05 PM
wow thats a good idea oldsandman but i tried drilling them out and the drill bit snapped and whent sliding down my plastic and put a hole in it.
A sticker will fix that :D [/b]
yeah thats what im gonna do ^_^
 

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I'm not removing mine, I'm just getting a sheet of matching vinyl and covering the warning labels. No drilling, no grinding, no problem


But I suppose its alot easier to find matching vinyl for black...... :huh:
 
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