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Headlight i took my headlight off to put a viser on it. now i cant get my light back together. could you plese help me. thank you chris

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I dont know what all you took off of it,but what i would do is look up the headlight assembly on rivayamaha.com they have a oem parts fisch you can look at that will kinda give you a breakdown of it.

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