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    How do you take off the hood?

    Hi, I am trying to take off my hood on my gp1200r, and see that there are the screws, and then rubber things off the back. What should I use to hold the rubber things in place, and is there an easier way to do this... The screws are also rusted a little, please help... looking for tips and anything else! I feel kind of dumb asking.. cause it looks easy but I spent 30 minutes and couldnt even take 1 off.


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    1. remove the two screws either side near the footwells
    2. remove the two screws near the glovebox pull seat off to see these
    3. remove the two screws either side inside the storage bin
    4. from the sides near the foot wells pull back and it will pop loose.
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    [QUOTE=osidebill;389170]GrassHopah [QUOTE]


    thank you master bill

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    Did you get the plastic side panels off?

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    you talkin about these thingies on the hood visor hallpass ?
    I used pliers and an allen wrench...you can reinstall them with new stainless allen bolts from lowes or fastenall



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    GrassHopah did I steer you wrong? I misunderstood, I knew you were working on the side panels too. if so I appologize. BTW mine are installed with removable plastic rivets you get from the Automotive store.

    PS: I like the new name under your avatar

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    A pair of vise grip needle nose pliers and an allen wrench should do the trick

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    A pair of vise grip needle nose pliers and an allen wrench should do the trick

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    A pair of vise grip needle nose pliers and an allen wrench should do the trick

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    Quote Originally Posted by osidebill View Post
    GrassHopah did I steer you wrong? I misunderstood, I knew you were working on the side panels too. if so I appologize. BTW mine are installed with removable plastic rivets you get from the Automotive store.

    PS: I like the new name under your avatar
    yes you did, i had a little confusion ha but master bill.. everything is going good!

    but now i have the info to take my side panels off aswell!

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