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Thread: 2010 R1200RT Rear/Side Panel and Luggage Rack Removal? Removing Rear ESA shock.

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    Grampa Tumbleweed
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    2010 R1200RT Rear/Side Panel and Luggage Rack Removal? Removing Rear ESA shock.

    I removed 4 screws each side, (three on side, one on bottom). Not intuitive what next. Looked through the DIY files and they only cover the tupperware on front 2/3 of bike. Anyone had this area apart? These are the panels the saddle bag mounts are mounted on.

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    2010 R1200RT Rear/Side Panel and Luggage Rack Removal? Removing Rear ESA shock

    If you go on the Wunderlich website and navigate to the side case protection bars you can download a PDF with info to install them. It may give you some help with removing the side panels.

    Dan
    R1200RT
    Ventura, CA

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    Grampa Tumbleweed
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danclower View Post
    If you go on the Wunderlich website and navigate to the side case protection bars you can download a PDF with info to install them. It may give you some help with removing the side panels.

    Dan
    R1200RT
    Ventura, CA
    Thanks, Dan. On further investigation, I found a screw hidden behind each passenger grab rail. Two more were in the tail section. You have to hold your tongue just right to see them.

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    pchrt
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    Yup you found the beasts... I tore my ESA off a year ago and sent them in to get them upgraded. The bike was naked as they come with everything off. Those hidden ones fooled me to for a while. While the front is somewhat of an easier access there are still a few tricks to that bugga too.

    GL on your project!

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