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big dummy frame protection inserts

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  • Joseph Ford
    here s a stupid question. how the hell do i remove the frame protection inserts that come on the big dummy? i ve been riding it around since last august, got a
    Message 1 of 3 , Jun 1, 2009
      here's a stupid question. how the hell do i remove the frame protection inserts that come on the big dummy? i've been riding it around since last august, got a kickback and wideloaders for christmas but hadn't gotten around to installing them. now i need to but can't get the inserts out. i removed the bolt and tried tapping the back of the lip of the insert but it wouldn't budge. i hit it a little harder and watched it start to deform. any ideas? i'd rather not damage anything.
    • Joseph Ford
      never mind. as soon as i posted i tried the other side which was much more cooperative. once i got the first side out i was able to get into the back of the
      Message 2 of 3 , Jun 1, 2009
        never mind. as soon as i posted i tried the other side which was much more cooperative. once i got the first side out i was able to get into the back of the other and was able to break it loose.



        --- In rootsradicals@yahoogroups.com, "Joseph Ford" <tommydate@...> wrote

        >
        > here's a stupid question. how the hell do i remove the frame protection inserts that come on the big dummy? i've been riding it around since last august, got a kickback and wideloaders for christmas but hadn't gotten around to installing them. now i need to but can't get the inserts out. i removed the bolt and tried tapping the back of the lip of the insert but it wouldn't budge. i hit it a little harder and watched it start to deform. any ideas? i'd rather not damage anything.
        >
      • Andrew Kreps
        ... Hang on to it. It doubles as a frame expander in the event that you ever deform the tubes.
        Message 3 of 3 , Jun 1, 2009
          On 6/1/09, Joseph Ford <tommydate@...> wrote:
          > never mind. as soon as i posted i tried the other side which was much more
          > cooperative. once i got the first side out i was able to get into the back
          > of the other and was able to break it loose.
          >

          Hang on to it. It doubles as a frame expander in the event that you
          ever deform the tubes.
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