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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-04-2006, 03:20 PM Thread Starter
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Track Plastics tail section

Ok so I got my plastics, and was wondering about the tail section.

Just drill some holes and zip tie it to the lower frame rails on the rear subframe?

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Kegger... How much play do you have? I actually got away with wrapping some cloth around the stock rear seat latch and letting the tail lay on there. Otherwise, if you take your time, drill holes where the OEM fasteners secured the tail to the battery tray. Here's a shot of what I did...

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Kegger... How much play do you have? I actually got away with wrapping some cloth around the stock rear seat latch and letting the tail lay on there. Otherwise, if you take your time, drill holes where the OEM fasteners secured the tail to the battery tray. Here's a shot of what I did...
Cant do the cloth thing, that thing will bounce harder than EMR on a YWB

The stock battery tray was cut for an antidraft tail which is attached to the stock tail section via orignal clips and held up by the stock tail, so I cant use those mount holes either

looks like zip ties for me...................

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