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    Front Fender Loose on 2017 R1200RT

    Fender1.jpgWhat's the procedure on snaping my front fender back together?

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    It’s a tongue-and-groove. Unscrew the whole thing and slot it back in.

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    Unscrew side panels under the fender?

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    Front Fender Loose on 2017 R1200RT

    Yeah. Unscrew and detach the non-shiny part under the fender. Then you can slide it back into the groove.

    Be careful though. Looks like you’re stretching the “tongue” part.


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    Thanks for the help as it was quit simple
    Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobw View Post
    Thanks for the help as it was quit simple
    Bob

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