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Great looking machine, does the exhaust have to come off every-time you need to remove the rear wheel axle?
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As long as nut is on the exhaust side that shouldn't be necessary.
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Yeah with the nut on exhaust side it should come off without exhaust removal in theory. Planning on making the fiberglass seat pan this weekend.


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Ended up redoing the electric tray so it has sides and doesn’t sit as low. They put a hinged lid on it to protect fuse block from seat pressure.



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