Great information - do you have the part number for the exhaust shield you bought and could you give an idea of what you have to do to install it please?
Totally forgot about this but yeah it applies to when you decide to install the fog lights too. If I'd been thinking, I would have taken pics with my phone before taking stuff apart. Would love to see your bike when you get everything done to it.For me, everything reassembled easily except the front lower cowl. Alignment will cause you to remember some old swear words. Make mental notes of the cowl position before removing.
I guess I'm heavier. It looks like magic when it goes up on the stand with just left hand on the left handlebar grip and right hand holding the drink I'm sipping.It certainly helps to have a second hand grip on the bike while putting it on its center stand for balance and security. It is still doable without the rails. It would probably help if you were heavier.
Holy crap! Is that a Citroen DS??!!Just installed mine. Removing the cowl and side parts was time consuming but only because of unfamiliarity. I used the dough hook from my cake mixer to pull on the spring... it worked lol.
It is yes.... a 1966 DS 21 BVH.Holy crap! Is that a Citroen DS??!!