Question about Motorcycles
Ok the clocks shuld be attached to the top yolk by 2 bolts remove these and wires disconected speedo / tacho cables removed it shuld come off the bike there will be a metal framework inside the clocks this frame attaches by those 2 bolts to the top yolk and hold the clocks in position after removeing the clock back covers you should see 2 bolts or pins holding the clock to the frame once removed u have a clock in your hands bear in mind im not farmiliar with that exact bike hope this helped
Posted on Oct 30, 2012
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