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Offline Dudeofrude

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Pannier disassembly?
on: 21 Apr 21, 04:54:16
Hi just wondering if anyone knows if it's possible to remove the painted section at the top of the stock panniers?
The previous owner had obviously not judged the width correctly and has manage to smack them on something resulting in a crack and some scratches.
I want to either repair/repaint or just replace the entire painted strip so I'm hoping it comes off in some way?
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Re: Pannier disassembly?
Reply #2 on: 23 Apr 21, 10:01:08
*Originally Posted by whyhaveone [+]


Yes I've already managed to buy one but I still don't know how to remove the original. I may just have to break it to find out 😅
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Re: Pannier disassembly?
Reply #3 on: 23 Apr 21, 12:44:25

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Re: Pannier disassembly?
Reply #4 on: 23 Apr 21, 02:27:35
*Originally Posted by CraigZ [+]

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You legend! Thats exactly what I was trying to find  :828:

Just have to wait for the new panel to show up now 😅
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