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Old 11-13-12, 17:09   #11
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Cool I'll look for and pick up the Haynes then.

I actually own an 07 D675 so I'm sure that'll really help me out as well. Thanks for everyone's input!
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Old 11-13-12, 18:54   #12
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While putting it together, you might as well take pics of the progress and of each step, and post a HOW-TO of your own on here.

Good luck man, can't wait to see it all put together.
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Old 11-13-12, 19:05   #13
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I would think you should be fine, bikes have minor differences but figuring out how things get put back together is the same principle as a car. Just take your time and do it right.
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Old 11-13-12, 21:46   #14
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What everyone said. It would be easiest to put the frame/swingarm/forks/shock/wheels together first and then lift the engine up into the frame, I would say. I wish I would have done it that way on my SV when I had it apart.
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