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post #1 of 6 Old Jul 14th, 2012, 12:15 pm Thread Starter
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Removing wind screen covers

Anyone know a trick to removing the wind screen covers delicately?

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Re: Removing wind screen covers

Just push (inwards towards the centre of the bike) and twist the centre-side out from the screen. It will require (finger) strength and determines...

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Tabs should not break if you are patient. If they do break, there are several threads on how to repair/strengthen. DAMHIK

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Worked like you suggested!

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Re: Removing wind screen covers

In addition to the above technique, I use a small thin paint stirring paddle as a non-marring pry assist.

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Re: Removing wind screen covers

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In addition to the above technique, I use a small thin paint stirring paddle as a non-marring pry assist.
A credit card to pry with works for me.
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