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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-06-2013, 12:27 PM Thread Starter
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I inherited a crack on one of the panniers of my 2003 FJR in blue. This was made worse by an Old Kent road near miss! I was hoping just to replace the doors... Anywhere I can get a pair in the UK?
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Ebay is your best bet just respray them to match.

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This was made worse by an Old Kent road near miss!


Nice description!

It reminded me of "I'm only just pregnant"!

I take it that you don't work in the insurance industry!

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Have you seen this on ebay?

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/YAMAHA-FJR...item53f090d18f

I am local enough to collect if that helps
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Does any one know how the pannier covers are removed as I need to respray mine, I didn't want to drill the hinge rivets until I was sure of the procedure.

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Does any one know how the pannier covers are removed as I need to respray mine, I didn't want to drill the hinge rivets until I was sure of the procedure.

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You have to drill out the rivets and then re-rivet when the job is finished, but you could just carefully mask up, the area is hidden from view.

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