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post #1 of 5 Old 01-07-13, 11:10 Thread Starter
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WTB: aftermarket fairing stay

If anyone has an aftermarket fairing stay laying around let me know. Looking for a spare to have or swap out for my OEM one.
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U should ask cel675 if he's willing to make one for u, he was going to make a custom one with a broken stay I traded him.

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GLWS...one of the things that always break in a crash. Ive only lucked out once on buying an intact one on here. Otherwise you may need to prepare to buy an aftermarket one from Motoholders.com. Our forum sponsors Riders Discount, Sportbike Track Gear, etc can get ahold of them for you.

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Yea a local recommended the yoyodyne which isn't bad at 135 and bends back. Figure it's worth a shot. Hopefully I won't need to test flexibility too soon (have to do my race weekend w/o crashing to be full novice)


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