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    Default How to remove left side panel

    I need to remove the left side panel that lies under the seat as my heated gear fuse is located there. Do I need to remove all the left side panels before I can get that particular one off or can I just remove that one? I did remove the screw under the seat but couldn't get it off. I'm wondering if removing the screws in the side hard bag will enable me to remove the cover. I just need to get to the heated gear fuse. Thanks in advance

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    I gbdola

    Go to see on youtube this vidéo, if you have a RT Spyder


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVulKP4_GaU

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    I much prefer and recommend the mirror removal procedure shown at 11'35" of this video.
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    To answer your question yes you do have to remove the screws from the piece around the bag. The screw at the top of the panel under the seat is much shorter then the others, so make sure it goes back in the same hole. I also prefer removing the mirror and the other panels 1st,but you can do it without. The middle panel , the one with the two fake screws showing, can be lifted up and the top panel screws underneath it removed. Just pop the fake screw loose from their rubber grommets. It's fiddley but it can be done that way. I have done it many times but have decided it is not any easier or faster.

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    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by pegasus1300 View Post
    To answer your question yes you do have to remove the screws from the piece around the bag. The screw at the top of the panel under the seat is much shorter then the others, so make sure it goes back in the same hole. I also prefer removing the mirror and the other panels 1st,but you can do it without. The middle panel , the one with the two fake screws showing, can be lifted up and the top panel screws underneath it removed. Just pop the fake screw loose from their rubber grommets. It's fiddley but it can be done that way. I have done it many times but have decided it is not any easier or faster.

    Thanks for the help

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