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First, take off frame cover and foot peg. Next, put the foot peg on with the pin sticking in just a little bit so the pegs stays in place. Next, Take the spring and set it in with the “L” hook part pointed down. Next, take a 10mm T-Handle (or you can use your thumb) and push down on the middle of spring until both ends of spring are set in place. While Keeping one hand pushing down on the T-handle, take a hammer with the other hand and hammer the pin through, both sides of the spring will hook...

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Flo Motorsports KTM / Husqvarna Radiator Guards / Brace Installation Installation of the Flo radiator brace/guard is very simple and can be done in about 20 minutes. All that is required is to pull the seat and radiator shrouds, we found it a bit easier just to pull the tank with shrouds attached. The stock factory plastic radiator protectors pop out of their retaining mounts, remove both then remove the short, #30 Torx bolts attaching the radiators to the frame. The Flow guards mount to the radiators/frame mounts with longer 10mm head bolts (supplied) and the short bolts removed previously...

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 Owning a dirt bike is much like having a child, it requires a lot of love and attention.Unlike cars, where you can ride for thousands of miles without doing much in the way of maintenance, dirt bikes require constant maintenance. Those thinking of jumping into the sport should know that after every ride some type of maintenance is required to ensure the longevity of the bike.  Many riders embrace this aspect of ownership, others find the detail work a hassle. Whatever camp you lie in, we can all agree we'd much rather be out riding than stuck in a garage...

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