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Nee Help Please!!!***

Can anyone cut out for me the opening for a front head lamp assembly on a R6 shark skins and install a front head lamp assembly? I will compensate.
All the wiring is there just need to cut out opening, wire in new head lamp assembly and install. I would really appreciate the feedback or leads,
maybe even need to install a modified tail lamp light as well.
I need to make this bike street ridable.

Thank you everyone who can help me!!


Thx!

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dremel?

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that would be my guess, 1 fuck up though, and someone made a big mistake..lol



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dremel?
True, but i don't have the confidence in myself to make it look
like a professional job. need someone who knows what they are doing.

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that would be my guess, 1 fuck up though, and someone made a big mistake..lol
thx ken. you made me feel a lot better now. fucker.

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i wouldnt touch that shit with a 10 foot pole



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i wouldnt touch that shit with a 10 foot pole
is it that difficult 2 do? any other suggestions with who can do this?

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is it that difficult 2 do? any other suggestions with who can do this?
no one wants the responsibility of possibly fucking up your shit!

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FYI SHarkskins sells street uppers with lights already cut out.

Problem with cutting it out, the light openings are complex to cut out due to the curves and angles. It would be less problmatic to just pay the $400 for the upper already done.
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FYI SHarkskins sells street uppers with lights already cut out.

Problem with cutting it out, the light openings are complex to cut out due to the curves and angles. It would be less problmatic to just pay the $400 for the upper already done.
thx bro. that helps me out.

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