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  1. #1
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    How to remove fenders and gas tank?

    Anyone have any helpful info on this?

    I have a 2006 M50 that I am wanting to paint....how hard is it to remove both fenders and gas tank?

    Thanks!!!!
    Mike

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  3. #2
    Third gear and cruising
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    Tank is easy. siphon out as much fuel as you can, remove seat(s), take bolt out of the top of the fuel tank holding it to the frame, remove light panel on top of tank, tilt tank up from the rear and disconnect wiring and fuel line, slide tank up and off of tabs in front.

    Fenders shouldn't be that tough especially the front one. Good luck. I may be doing this someday
    Cobra Slashdowns, Cobra Processor, Iso-Grips/dual thottle bosses/Stilleto end caps, Stilleto pegs/Stilleto stirrups, Johns Kits forward controls, Johns Kits 3" lowering kit, Arlen Ness Rad II Teardrop mirrors, Chrome neck covers, Chrome Radiator cover, Debadged and rear seat and pegs removed. Huge Azz Saddleman Midnight Express Saddlebags on Ghost Brackets. Chrome crap rack on the rear fender

  4. #3
    U.B's LoveChild
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    rear fender is easy too, jsut make sure you disconnect all electronic connectors so nothing gets ripped out.
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