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Replacing the subframe under cowl nylon fasteners

This explains how I replaced those damn plastic fasteners with threaded bolts and is available to site subscribers.

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Disclaimer: I am not a Luna or Sur Ron employee or agent. I am an owner like everyone else.
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  1. Great Info (as ALWAYS) Mark ! I have had the NON Pleasure of removing the seat 3 or 4 times. Every time at least one of these little plastic buggers has either popped off and skittered somewhere on the floor, requiring a long search for it, or pushed into the box frame, requiring gymnastic positions and swear word incantations I only save for my most special mechanical predicaments… My father gave me only the most rudimentary basic mechanical special swear words, but these little plastic doo hickies created, shall we say, a special mantra.

  2. Sooo. How do you become a subscriber??

    From a mobile and I have been to 5 pages and not found any link.

    • Brendan, thanks for your comment. When the pandemic happened my day job was decimated. So I ran a survey on this site to determine if I could charge a 4.99 monthly fee. People overwhelmingly said they could get free information on YouTube. I had built this site and supported it for two and a half years before the pandemic offering my knowledge and experience as an early adopter of the Sur Ron Light Bee. Having people say they could get free information put a bad taste in my mouth. So I just stopped offering my work. Some had suggested that I offer to advertise, but I don’t like to do that because I like to remain impartial in my reviews, not tied to manufacturer money. The only articles I continue to offer free now are small businesses that make parts I use on my own bike. Renazco Racing seats, Fisher Fab House headlights, and Kaniwaba pedal kits. I’m actually going to update the Kaniwaba page since Juan sent me his latest 3.0 version. All three of those posts support small business owners like myself. I find their products of high quality and innovative.

      Sorry but hope you understand. I now write professionally for Web Bike World about many things motorcycle in addition to my day job.

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