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    Default Need a New Grill

    Bringing my 2019 Spyder F3L home for the first time, my motorcycle muscle memory kicked in at an inappropriate time. I relaxed as I was pulling into the garage. Barely moving, my feet went down and I reached for the hand brake. Of course the Spyder just kept on rolling and hit the front wall. Not hard, but enough to break some pieces off the grill. Something that will only happen once, but now I need a new grill.

    Is there an aftermarket replacement that isn't as delicate?

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    what part specifically did you damage???
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    A photo would help so we can see what part is broken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ex-Rocket View Post
    A photo would help so we can see what part is broken.
    Good idea. Thanks.

    grill.jpg

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    everybody need to familiarize them selves with a new machine in there head before riding. go over what it means to ride a 3 wheeler, where controls are...…...
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    Ouch!
    Not seeing this on the parts fiche but sharing the link anyway...
    https://www.cheapcycleparts.com/oemp...-ltd-se6-parts
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    Cheap Cycle Parts does not sell all Spyder parts. To me from the BRP 09-Body and Accessories parts fiche it looks like item number 5500c, PN 708200468 Carbon Black - Front Mouth. Package Dark, $124.99
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raprider View Post
    Ouch!
    Not seeing this on the parts fiche but sharing the link anyway...
    https://www.cheapcycleparts.com/oemp...-ltd-se6-parts
    Check item 5500a under BODY AND ACCESSORIES STORAGE TRAY in the above link.
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    Looks like your going to need 5500a & 5500c Dark package and some touch up paint

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    I did exactly the same thing, same damage. I fixed it using the old superglue and baking soda trick, followed by spray can paint. Can't see any damage now, and very cheap fix.

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    Check out some online motorcycle salvage yards. You may find one for less $$.

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    Lots of choices on Amazon & eBay. You can get a SS one but it'll set you back $350+. The OEM looks to be as cheap as they come. There's one on eBay for $55 but no pics of it. You would have to chase down photos using the P/N.

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    Tri-Axis bars, CB, BajaRon sway bar & shock adjusters, SpyderPop's Bumpskid, NBV peg brackets, LED headlights and modulator, Wolo trumpet air horns, trailer hitch, custom trailer harness, high mount turn signals, Custom Dynamics brake light, LED turn signal lights on mirrors, LED strip light for a dash light, garage door opener, LED lights in frunk, trunk, and saddlebags, RAM mounts and cradles for tablet (for GPS) and phone (for music), and Smooth Spyder belt tensioner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BazF View Post
    I did exactly the same thing, same damage. I fixed it using the old superglue and baking soda trick, followed by spray can paint. Can't see any damage now, and very cheap fix.
    Need info on super glue and baking soda trick, please. No need, I googled it. Wish I'd known about it YEARS ago. I'll hand-down the trick to my son.
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