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2006 Graphite Side Fairings with R & G Crash Bungs/Mounting Hardware

Left & right side fairings from a 2006 Graphite Daytona 675. Bike was sold in 2010 with trackday bodywork, these have not seen daylight since 2008. They have under 2000 street miles. I'd rate them a solid A in condition. Never down, all mounting tabs are intact. Please note that these have been modified (aka a hole cut in them) for R & G frame sliders that mount to the engine. I am including the frame sliders and the mounting hardware along with a pair of stock bar ends and hardware.

$300 Shipped Anywhere in the Continental USA. If you live in Florida or have someone who can pick them up I'll drop the price to $250. I live very close to Patrick Air Force Base/Cocoa Beach and am an hour east of Orlando.

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Any interest in selling the frame sliders separate?

2006 Daytona 675 Scorched Yellow

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Any interest in selling the frame sliders separate?
I figure any chance of selling the fairings will be blown if I sell the frame sliders separately. People probably would not buy fairings with holes in them if they didn't have anything to fill the holes with.

If somebody posts up that they want the fairings without the sliders then you can contact them and work out how much each party would pay.

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Marking tool

Hey-

Any chance you have the little r&g marking tool left over from your installation? I need to drill holes in my fairings for w/c sliders, and the r&g tool seems like a better solution than using a later pointer, etc

Thanks a lot,
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Hey-

Any chance you have the little r&g marking tool left over from your installation? I need to drill holes in my fairings for w/c sliders, and the r&g tool seems like a better solution than using a later pointer, etc

Thanks a lot,
Dan
I did see that thing a while ago somewhere in my tools or parts. I'll dig around for it and if I find it I'll let you know. You can have it for free if I can find it.

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Found it...Message me your address & I'll drop it in an envelope at work on Tuesday. Merry Xmas!!!
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Amazing! Thanks!!!! I sent you a PM with my address and a question about how the tool works. I'll pass the tool along on the forum as soon as I'm done with it!

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Bump....Anyone? If nobody is interested I'll put them up on Fleabay.


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Any offers before Fleabay? I watch Pawn Stars so I know how to negotiate...

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