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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-26-2009, 03:37 PM Thread Starter
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installation instructions for Kawasaki OEM accessories?

Some time ago, I got the highlight visor chrome farkle (K53020-120) for $25 or so and put it away for "some time". Well, this weekend was "some time", but when I got it out from where I put it, it seems I didn't tape the instruction sheet to it and can't find it anywhere.

Is there a website I could download the instructions? Or does anyone happen to have them lying around? I guess I could wing it and "just figure it out" but I'd rather not risk doing something stupid. (Or rather, I'd like to reduce the risk of doing something stupid.)

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When I installed mine, it simply slips between the glass and the headlight frame. Put some clear silicone on it between the top of the visor and headlight, wait for it to dry and ride! Nothing to take apart.

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Really? I do remember glancing at the instructions (which is probably how they got lost/misplaced) and they included removing the headlight assembly. Good to know it's not necessary!

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Mine had tabs that just slipped under the metal casing. You flex the visor a little to go under the lip of the headlight and let go and it snaps right in. The only time I removed the headlight was to install the volt meter, not for this.

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I removed the HL w/bezel then removed the lamp assy. from the bezel. Intsalled visor and put silicone on the inside lip.


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