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Tail light housing
06/23/22 at 06:15:14
 
So finally got my new tires on, running great, no squeeks.... And while repositioning my parking job I drop it (kickstand wasnt fully down so it flipped up) and broke the left rear turn signal housing. Is there an easy way to remove the housing so i can epoxy and clamp the housing/arm or is removing the whole thing involve cutting wires and major deconstruction?
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Reply #1 - 06/23/22 at 06:40:49
 
Tail light or turn signal?  I have some of both if you want to just replace it.
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Reply #2 - 06/23/22 at 06:49:59
 
Left turn signal, let me see how this epoxy job works and I'll let you know if I'll need a replacement.
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Reply #3 - 06/23/22 at 07:31:23
 
I didn't remove mine to epoxy them. You can get something, anything that will stick with epoxy and put in one side of the busted part, in a Coupla places, let That cure. Then you can test fit, if you like it, add epoxy. Super glue any place epoxy missed.
If the stem is busted you can put a groove in it and lay a piece of piano wire in on the bottom.
A picture might be helpful
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Reply #4 - 06/23/22 at 09:18:10
 
I work 12hrs so its in the parking lot taped up while the epoxy sets. When I get out I'll try to snap a picture.
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Reply #5 - 06/23/22 at 12:56:22
 
Hopefully it won't be all crooked and solid as a rock
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Reply #6 - 06/24/22 at 02:56:32
 
Go ahead , Ask him how he knows
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Reply #7 - 06/24/22 at 09:44:01
 
Low blow,Rut,low blow..
I'm not saying it's Wrong,, just saying,, an inch below the belt,,
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Reply #8 - 06/24/22 at 13:01:23
 
Now I gotta do a belt buckle joke too ?
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Reply #9 - 06/24/22 at 16:36:40
 
Duude, if you have one,, go for it!
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