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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-17-2014, 05:53 PM Thread Starter
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FZ6 Tank Body Work

I got cut off riding to work about a month ago and attempting to not run into the back of the SUV that was stopped for no reason in the lane I changed to in order not to get run over by the person who cut me off I popped the curb at around 50 mph and have some things to fix on my bike.

I am still waiting on a few parts and the only thing left to fix is the tank. I uploaded a pic of the dent and would like any suggestions on the best way to fix it. My thoughts are to drain the gas and take the tank off and possibly drill a hole in the dent to pull it out and then weld the hole shut, sand everything and paint it? One other question is about changing the light bulbs.

The H7 (low beam) burned out and while waiting to find out from the bike shop when they were going to get the new bulb in I got impatient and decided to research what bulb I needed and replace it myself. In doing so I threw away the burned out bulb which unknowingly had an adapter on it and I can't find out what it is called.

The closest I have come to finding out what it is called was something called a SOCKET CORD ASSY 2 part number 4SV-84350-00-00. Is that the right part? Thanks.
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-02-2014, 05:52 PM
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Ouchies.. I would just go ahead and get a new tank. that sounds like a lot easier way than drill into it and pull it out.
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