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I don't know how to set up this reflector 4-piece thing i just got.. please help!

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  • matthew kuhl May 11, 2010

    Please do us the favor of asking questions we can answer. none of us know what your "reflector 4-piece thing" is, nor can we see it in order to help. You will need to give thorough explanation in order to receive help.



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Assemble the 4 pieces into the reflector after they the reflector has been positioned in the spokes properly and full assembly will be achieved

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