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Re: Tail light
Written by wynndungey on 9/23/2012 at 12:00 am

Cheap or temp fix is Duct-Tape. Proper fix would be to repair the plastic part. Sounds like tough job. Anybody tackle it before? Might be a better way to fix them.

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"Tony Morgano"
12/9/1999, 05:55 pm
PC800: Test
> Sorry for the waste of space. This is a test. I am having equipment > problems. Thanks Tony Morgano > > > > -- > Visit the PC800 web page at > To unsubscribe from the lis
nightengineer
7/2/2003, 01:47 pm
Tail light
Does anyone know where I can pick up a new tail light bar? They're a little spendy at $135 or so, and if anyone knows where I can get one for less, I'd appreciate it. My bike is a 1995, and the guy I bought it from backed it into a fire hydra

    Anthony Morgano
    9/23/2012, 12:00 am
    Tail light
    Tim, The tail light is held onto the rear of the bike with 2 screws oneither side of the lock catch. They are attached to 2 rectangularplates that hold the light on. Picture a "C" , the plates enters thehole thru the openin

    Tim Davies
    9/23/2012, 12:00 am
    Re: PC800: Tail light
    Do you still have the 2 rubber washers that sit on top (I glued mine on) of those 2 metal plates? These make it possible to tighten the top of the light bar. If those metal plates are stripped, you might find some at Lowes or an auto part st

    wynndungey
    9/23/2012, 12:00 am
    Re: Tail light
    Cheap or temp fix is Duct-Tape. Proper fix would be to repair the plastic part. Sounds like tough job. Anybody tackle it before? Might be a better way to fix them.