Put some anti-seize on those sidestand enlarger bolts. They will seize. Ask me how I know.I took it for a short ride after meeting my wife for dinner after work. Once home, with excellent over-the-phone help from eemsreno, I adjusted the headlights. First adjustment got 'em just a little too low. Tweaked 'em back up about a fuzz-and-a-half and they're perfect. Thanks eemsreno!
Next, I installed an AltRider sidestand foot enlarger and one of their 2-height brake pedal enlargers. Then I adjusted the shift lever, handle bars, mirror mounts, and throttle cables. Then disassembled and lubed the rear brake pedal pivot. And finally, installed battery tender leads to the battery.View attachment 59297View attachment 59298A good thing verified is that you certainly CAN remove the right side-cover panel without removing the T-Rex crash bars. View attachment 59299
Take them off your bike, undo the allen bolts, put some RTV around the edge of the internal area of the glass and around the rubber gasket that makes the "seal" against the two pieces. I have used inexpensive light bars for YEARS without water intrusion that way, even while others complained about them not being waterproof. It's a simple ten minute and one dollar job that greatly increases longevity.Mounted up a Harbor Freight led light to test. I’m looking for a good light to mount under my headlights that I will wire to come on with my high beams. We’ll see how this holds up. Much cheaper than my x vision lights. It has the same plug so an easy swap to see how they work.