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Old 09-07-2012, 02:02 PM   #51
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Re: HOW TO: WoodCraft Case Covers

These covers are insanely reliable. Mine looks barely touched. WC spools, sliders, and case covers and the bike becomes a tank overnight!!

After 50 MPH low side and then the bike flipping a couple times. LOL
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Re: HOW TO: WoodCraft Case Covers

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These covers are insanely reliable. Mine looks barely touched. WC spools, sliders, and case covers and the bike becomes a tank overnight!!

After 50 MPH low side and then the bike flipping a couple times. LOL
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Its gonna be awesome to be back on the track tho. Being there all weekend and not riding was like getting a lapdance in sweatpants bro! :
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These covers are insanely reliable. Mine looks barely touched. WC spools, sliders, and case covers and the bike becomes a tank overnight!!

After 50 MPH low side and then the bike flipping a couple times. LOL
try not wrecking.
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Old 09-08-2012, 12:54 AM   #54
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The case covers will come with new gaskets sir.



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Old 09-08-2012, 06:59 AM   #55
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Re: HOW TO: WoodCraft Case Covers

FINALLY got to install mine. Letting bike sit for a bit as we speak.






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Re: HOW TO: WoodCraft Case Covers

I wonder if a soldering iron can be used to heat up the T30 blots?
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Ummmmm.... I'd give a hair dryer a go before the soldering iron lol.


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Are they that stuck on? Mine came right off. Get a impact driver, they always come in handy for shit like this
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