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Question; How to remove ignition switch?

I want to remove my ignition switch and transfer it to my new one but it seem i cant find any bolt to remove it.

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i think you will find it is held in place with steel rivets from underneath, you might need to drill it out. theres a good reason for doing this





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i think you will find it is held in place with steel rivets from underneath, you might need to drill it out. theres a good reason for doing this
Omg :O . I live in a flat and i dont have the connection to drill it.. Ermagerd
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what preload adjusters do you have?

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what preload adjusters do you have?
i bought the whole assembly from indonesia. i took a gamble and it payed off.
its an upsidedown forks, you need to adjust the reservoir to fit it in cause its from a 250FI
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Omg :O . I live in a flat and i dont have the connection to drill it.. Ermagerd
aaaaahhhh now this is where filling in your location details as you have done is a good thing


does anyone live near by who might have a pedestal drill who can assist? if you lived closer to me i could drill it out in my pedestal drill no dramas





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aaaaahhhh now this is where filling in your location details as you have done is a good thing


does anyone live near by who might have a pedestal drill who can assist? if you lived closer to me i could drill it out in my pedestal drill no dramas
</3 . Ill try to have a look at supercheap see if i can find one. oh and its anzac tomorrow .
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</3 . Ill try to have a look at supercheap see if i can find one. oh and its anzac tomorrow .
no doubt they wlll have specials on, this will do nicely

http://www.supercheapauto.com.au/onl...d=287223#Cross

set it to the slowest speed & your all good





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i just got an email from supersheap auto they have a 50% off tools sale this weekend! the drill press might also be 50% off too.. yippie!





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Anyone got the manual for the ignition? Been browsing and cant find it.
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