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does anyone have a part number or for heaven's sake the specific url to a reasonably priced (under 30$) ts relocation kit? I hate trying to find anything on ronayers or jandpcycles because they require you to pick out manufacturers before you even know what it is they sell. ARRRRGH! I would really appreciate some help here as I think I don't have the cohones Cegodsey has putting his ts in his tail light like that. I am sure that one of several, equally depressing unmentionable things would happen if I tried it.

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Thanks for saying I have cohones. Because of a genetic defect, they are smaller than juevos.

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Thanks for saying I have cohones. Because of a genetic defect, they are smaller than juevos.
Actually that would be huevos. But I am glad you appreciate the compliment, you deserve it. I am sure it would take one drill bit and a tiny bit of pressure and the side of the tail light would go CRACK! So I am for spending the small amount rather than the big bucks to replace the tail light assembly on top of everything else. Hell, I can't even get the stupid helmet lock off the drivers side. It's like someone superglued the thing on. I am going to have to take it to the dealer, or egads, maybe drill the thing out myself, then I have to find a stupid flat head bolt that will fit and stay in there, this time without the superglue. Any ideas on that?

It feels like everytime I try to loosen a nut or screw it strips out. I don't have any fancy smancy tools like an impact hammer (like I would even know how to make THAT work). So any help with ideas for a regular screwdriver or even a regular cordless drill and driver to remove these screws/bolts would be very helpful.

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replaced broken speedometer cable (5194 miles) 9/06

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Regular screwdriver, correct size of course, but first - get a penetrating oil (somebody said PB), squirt it in there, and wait several hours. I'm not sure I understand the science behind it, but it works. Just make sure you are pushing on the screw when you try to turn it.

As to relocation, Knifemaker sells a version. Let's see if I can find it for ya.

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Too bad about the genetic defect.What the hell is a juevos?
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That did not answer the ???? about what huevos are.
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Here's pics of his on Yahoo.

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That did not answer the ???? about what huevos are.
Try looking it up on the 'net:

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&l...fine%3A+huevos

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Oh, here's a PS. Kawasaki's saddle bag mounts come with a relocation kit. It doesn't say it in the description. But unless you are getting it from Kawasaki, I don't know if they will be included with yours. I haven't come up with a solution for my helmet locks yet. I've been just putting my helmet over the sissybar tail thingy. We don't have a helmet law, so there's not a huge demand for stolen helmets.

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That did not answer the ???? about what huevos are.
"Huevos" is spanish for eggs... usually chicken eggs, but cegodsey may try to claim they are ostrich size now that you know.

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Mods and other stuff:
nat'l cycle deflector shield
final drive splines lubed 8/06
replaced broken speedometer cable (5194 miles) 9/06

Vehicles:
95 S-10 Blazer 187K miles (Black and Silver)
01 Kawasaki VN750 3300+ my miles, 5300+ total miles (Black and Silver)
04 John Deere L118SE Riding Mower w/ snow plow (John Deere green and yellow)
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