Re: Front plastic on mirror
+1 on removing the mirror to get at the screws underneath.
Not sure about the "flat extensions" through the front, never tried that.
It can be quite difficult to remove the mirror, but I find a couple of thin flat bars, one on each side under the mirror, and carefully lever up from the body. Also a couple of large zip ties fed in around the mirror from the outer and inner sides ( as per when the mirror was attached to the bike ) can help to loosen the snap ring that holds it together. Pull on both evenly. I've read giving the whole assembly a good "wack" on a carpet ( mirror down ) will loosen it, but that's never worked for me. Good luck.
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Last edited by Hilton; Apr 12th, 2011 at 6:31 pm.
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