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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-21-2007, 04:32 PM Thread Starter
 
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Broken Air Filter Cover

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So unfortunately I hit some gravel late last night and skidded out on my bike . She appears to be running fine, but has a little cosmetic damage done. Does anybody know where the best place would be to find a new/used air filter cover. Thanks.....

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Hey Everybody,
So unfortunately I hit some gravel late last night and skidded out on my bike . She appears to be running fine, but has a little cosmetic damage done. Does anybody know where the best place would be to find a new/used air filter cover. Thanks.....

-Kevin
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That is one way to shave them ears off. Hit up these guys that did the shave, one of them may sell you the parts.
Sorry about the accident. Hope you are okay.

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eBay is a good place to try. Or like niterider said, from someone who's done an ear shave and still has the removed parts.
Or, if ya want new, Ron Ayers.com or Bike Bandit.com are popular places to order online.

Just outta curiosity , which side did ya go down on? (it doesn't matter for the filter cover as they are both the same, right or left)


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So unfortunately I hit some gravel late last night and skidded out on my bike . She appears to be running fine, but has a little cosmetic damage done. Does anybody know where the best place would be to find a new/used air filter cover. Thanks.....

-Kevin
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E Bay not sure if the 93 and 98's are identical though.

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not sure if the 93 and 98's are identical though.
Yep, they are exactly the same.
Even if it were off an '85 or an '06. it'll fit.


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I went down on the left side, thanks for all the responses. And if anyone has "shaved the ears off " Let me know if you want to sell the parts. Thanks.
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Here's the link and item number on ebay.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1998-...spagenameZWDVW

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I went down on the left side,...
Well then, it usually suggested to check the shift pedal for excessive play, in and out, at the shaft.
If it's more than about 1/8in, the clip may have got knocked off.


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