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XJ6 Diversion Mirrors


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Hi all I am as about much use as chocolate teapot when it comes to mechanical work. On the XJ6 they have folding mirror which are very useful for the tight space I have to park it. However the nearside one has become a bit loose. Any suggestions on how this can be tightened up. I am sure a novice like me can do this!!!!


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Spooks

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if it has got a big rubber boot over the stem where its bolted to fairing if it has one there will be a large allen bolt with nut below you can tighten if its fixed to handlebar then you willl need to tighten the nut thats touching the clamp where it is screwed in failing that post a pic :mrgreen:

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if it has got a big rubber boot over the stem where its bolted to fairing if it has one there will be a large allen bolt with nut below you can tighten if its fixed to handlebar then you willl need to tighten the nut thats touching the clamp where it is screwed in failing that post a pic :mrgreen:

 

Here a picture http://i1188.photobucket.com/albums/z403/Welshspooks/yamaha-other-models-S547219-12_zpsc1e9bde3.jpg


See the cap inside on the off side mirror is that what you are on about?

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Just taken to the local Yam dealer and there is no bolt to tighten them, so in the end had to pay for a new mirror. Lucky for me he had one in stock that was out of packet and got it fitted for £20 Bargain!!!

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