Putting 2015 650 front and side covers back together and making parts - Kawasaki Versys Forum
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Putting 2015 650 front and side covers back together and making parts

For the life of me I cannot recall where these screws go. Painted, obviously, and there are two.

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Take a look at the bottom of the upper fairing on both sides,they secure it to the frame. Look in service manual...
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those are just the extras that fell out of the magic pocket in the frame when you took it apart. dont worry about them just put them in a box some where and dont think about it =P
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For the life of me I cannot recall where these screws go. Painted, obviously, and there are two.

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In the PM you didn't mention removing the side plastic. I know where those screws go and have no idea why you removed them, thety join the black plastic to the in my case green plastic from the inside, alll external screws are Allen socket head.
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Take a look at the bottom of the upper fairing on both sides,they secure it to the frame. Look in service manual...


Jaaklucas, are these the bolts you were referring to? These are the bolts securing the top fairing to the frame. Still canít find where these went.




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In the PM you didn't mention removing the side plastic. I know where those screws go and have no idea why you removed them, thety join the black plastic to the in my case green plastic from the inside, alll external screws are Allen socket head.


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See pic. I didnít remove these from these covers. Theyíre all accounted for. I see why you wouldnít expect those to be removed.
These rogue screws are larger and painted.




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Jaaklucas, are these the bolts you were referring to? These are the bolts securing the top fairing to the frame. Still canít find where these went.
Havent had the upper fairing off in a while but it looks like the phillips (B) screw in attached diagram....
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Havent had the upper fairing off in a while but it looks like the phillips (B) screw in attached diagram....


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Havent had the upper fairing off in a while but it looks like the phillips (B) screw in attached diagram....


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Havent had the upper fairing off in a while but it looks like the phillips (B) screw in attached diagram....
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