This light is killing me. The screws keep walking out on me and i can't figure out what to do with it cause the light starts flopping up and down. Is there a way to disconnect it and remove it without cutting the wires off?
Don't know what to tell you other than I believe I will go with the drilling and bolting idea. This is the only problem I have had other than handle bar location, and that was just personal preference. I built a riser block and all is well now.
I bought the polaris replacement plastic ( which looks bad-ass) and went to put on my brake light, and suprise, nothing there. Must be 04' plastic. Just bent metal bracket on brake light, drilled hole into metal bracket that the seat locks into and ran a bolt and nut on there and not a problem.
The 04 kinda took a cheep ass way out. They mount the light to a rubber flappy piece and hang it from the airbox. basically your taillight flopps around the whole time rather than just falling off. It looks hella cheep the way they did it too. I didn't think about taking a picture while at the dealer today but I'll remember now that I got a camera phone.
I got a pic of the taillight on the 04 after I remembered I had a camera phone in my pocket when I stopped by the dealer today. Man they were freaked when they realized I was takin pictures. I should have my bluetooth adapter for it shortly so i can upload the pic.
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