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Old April 19th, 2009, 05:56 PM   #81
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ok, changed out the rear rubber grommet. here are a couple pics of the rear cowl. i am pretty satisfied with the gap in the front. i also got the custom seat creations cover for the cowl. it is shinier than the corbin seat, but the pattern is very close if not the same. i know my bike is dirty, but all those tiny dots are not dirt. those are the sparkles from the metallic paint.
I may have to try that, Gary, good to see that you got yours to fit closer.

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Old April 19th, 2009, 06:01 PM   #82
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Does anyone have a part number on the stand offs and grommets that work? I managed to lose one of my front ones. Good news is that it fits better now. Go figure.
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Old April 19th, 2009, 06:05 PM   #83
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looks good to me sound wave
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Old April 19th, 2009, 06:05 PM   #84
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the rear grommet is hillman part number 139377. it is a 31/32" outer diameter and a 1/2" inner diameter. found it at lowes in the nuts and bolts section in the drawers.

for me, i just used some rubber caster looking thingys in the front. i stacked 3 of them up on each side. i will try to find my packaging.

edit: thanks guys.

edit again: corey beth.. yeah it fits better because the stock ones are too high. i bet it wobbles now though, huh? so you gotta bend the bracket as much as you can and have it still catch the lock, and you gotta put as little rubber stopper as you can without it wobbling. kind of a balancing act.
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Old April 20th, 2009, 06:02 AM   #85
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I'd like to add...the stock ones are supposed to eventually settle in. It should come out fine without modding them.
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Old April 21st, 2009, 11:41 PM   #86
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i know this is off subject but where would you find those net type things people strap to the passenger seat if they dont have a cowl to haul things around?
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Old April 22nd, 2009, 06:34 AM   #87
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http://www.ascycles.com/detail.aspx?ID=39079

Dont know how to use it on the 250. Sure youd figure something out.
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Ended up making my own little stand offs. Got some bumpers from Home Depot and used JB Weld to put them in their place. Seems to be doing a great job and they don't pop off like the OE ones do.
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Old April 22nd, 2009, 10:08 AM   #89
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Dont know how to use it on the 250. Sure youd figure something out.
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Old April 22nd, 2009, 05:21 PM   #90
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Ended up making my own little stand offs. Got some bumpers from Home Depot and used JB Weld to put them in their place. Seems to be doing a great job and they don't pop off like the OE ones do.
I couldn't find any at homedepot!!!!!!
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Old April 22nd, 2009, 09:36 PM   #91
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home depot didn't have the rear grommet. i got the rear grommet at lowes.

for the front bumper, i went to a local hardware store and looked in the section where they sold casters and felt pads for table legs and stuff. the rubber pads i got are meant to be placed under table legs, chair legs, etc. i just brought the stock bumper and found one that was the same diameter. i had to stack up 3 per side.
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I just got in my new rear cowl and the front of it fits HORRIBLE. wow that gap is tremendous.
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you sure you have the rubber bumpers installed in their correct locations?
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do the fix and you will be fine... but yeah, it is shocking how huge the stock gap is.
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I wonder if they even know theres a problem?
It does suck it has to be bent. Oh well it not that hard of a fix.
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Old April 24th, 2009, 11:35 PM   #96
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you sure you have the rubber bumpers installed in their correct locations?
I triple checked the install paperwork and it is on correctly.

The larger fatter ones go near the front of the bike while the smaller ones are near the rear tail light.

I'll take some pics in the daytime soon.

As far as this thing goes, I think I'm going to leave it as is. It's something that I don't want to mess with further unless it really ends up bothering me.
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I triple checked the install paperwork and it is on correctly.

The larger fatter ones go near the front of the bike while the smaller ones are near the rear tail light.

I'll take some pics in the daytime soon.

As far as this thing goes, I think I'm going to leave it as is. It's something that I don't want to mess with further unless it really ends up bothering me.
Is the bracket straight? check against a flat surface.
Does the front move from side to side at all when installed?
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d, yeah installed properly as shipped, there will be the huge gap. i am pretty sure you did it right.
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Old April 25th, 2009, 05:13 AM   #99
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same here, at least i can use the helmet hook now.
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Me thinks the flusher the better...Is flusher a word?

Honey...the flushers broke...
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Me thinks the flusher the better...Is flusher a word?

Honey...the flushers broke...
That sounds like another word for the toilet.

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That sounds like another word for the toilet.

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No no no...that's the crapper. The flusher is some kind of think that scares quail out from the bushes right before you gonna shoot em'. Now thats a flusher.
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No no no...that's the crapper. The flusher is some kind of think that scares quail out from the bushes right before you gonna shoot em'. Now thats a flusher.
Wouldn't that be the same bird dog that pointed them out, after he/she is given the command to flush?
Or do you just walk up into the middle of them?

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Wouldn't that be the same bird dog that pointed them out, after he/she is given the command to flush?
Or do you just walk up into the middle of them?

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Yup...reckon so...sounds like the same.
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My JB welded bumpers are working great. As for the rear grommet, not so much. The rear end keeps popping out. Any suggestions?
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Old April 27th, 2009, 12:56 AM   #106
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where did you get it from? and do they sell black?
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where did you get it from? and do they sell black?
are you talking about the cowl itself? i got mine from e-bay. they had black.
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My JB welded bumpers are working great. As for the rear grommet, not so much. The rear end keeps popping out. Any suggestions?
Take a round file and file down the indent about 1/16 inch and try again. You will see that as the plastic comes off, the post stays in better to the point that you really have to pull to get it out.....the intension by design .
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Thanks Dave!! I'll get right on that... tomorrow. lol. It makes sense that it would work the way you described it.
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Take a round file and file down the indent about 1/16 inch and try again. You will see that as the plastic comes off, the post stays in better to the point that you really have to pull to get it out.....the intension by design .
hmm.... good idea. gotta try this too.
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Good idea. I did notice the rear post was alittle off from the mold.

All. I had to file away several times, a little bit at a time until it fit correctly. I used the supplied rubbers that came with it, and did not bend the bracket. I'm happy enough with the fitment, although it could be a little flatter. The gap between the bike and the cowl is thin enough for me. Once the cowl seated into the grommet correctly, the gap reduced naturally.
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I bought an OEM cowl cover for my sexy green beast and it fits very well. very slight gap but nothing i'd call bad or a problem, it looks just as big as my friends gsxr cover does. I do with the cover was a little tougher to remove, its not going to fall off or anything, but if someone really wanted to steal it they could stuck a key or a knife blade in the gap and with a little leverage it does pop off from the back....thinking of it now though I never did try and see if it would come out of the front locking part...so maybe i'm wrong....lol.
i know I told Nemy i'd take some pics of the bike with the cowl on for him to see, i'll try and rememebr to take pics of the gap so you can compair....maybe it's just the cheep ebay knock offs?
my OEM was only $100 +tax

Only thing that my friend commented on is that i do have to use a fair amount of force when pushing the cowl back down so that it clicks and locks.
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I had a PITA time with mine too when I installed it. Turns out the guy I bought it from but the rear grommets where the fronts were supposed to go. Easy fix for me. Mine never comes off. I never use the rear seat.

I bought my cowl new and uninstalled from a guy on eBay who sold his bike. I think I paid $55 IIRC.
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I need another rear o ring that fits better. The original one got lost somewhere and my replacement also got lost. Ugh. Any recomendations?
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the rear grommet is hillman part number 139377. it is a 31/32" outer diameter and a 1/2" inner diameter. found it at lowes in the nuts and bolts section in the drawers.
btw that was posted in this thread.

that has been working great for me. ninjablk08 originally posted about it. http://www.ninjette.org/forums/showt...hlight=grommet
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np. that is what the forum is for.

i know i received my fair share of help from this forum too.
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I picked up 2 more from lowes. The fit is very good.

Unfortunately, I lost another one. That makes the total count of lost rubber grommets to 3 now haha. Luckily I have the back up...
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I picked up 2 more from lowes. The fit is very good.

Unfortunately, I lost another one. That makes the total count of lost rubber grommets to 3 now haha. Luckily I have the back up...

Just lost mines as well...
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