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Rear indicators Hi , i am trying to remove the rear indicators from my 2008 v, strom, any body out there who has done this?? ALAN 07764 773779

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    Graeme Ross May 11, 2010

    Hi Alan.


    Do you have a workshop manual for the bike. Havent downloaded it myself to check, but may have the info you need. 


    regards
    robotek

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Http://www.manualz.info/ try here for the manual


hope this helps

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