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2 months 2 weeks ago #4099 by 15295
78 R100S seat cowl was created by 15295
Just got my new seat cowl painted and I have a couple questions before I try to install it. My old dented cowl has a stiff foam above where the tool tray sits. Anyone know how I can replicate it for my new one? Can't find the badge for the rear that says R100S. The roundel is available, kinda pricy
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2 months 1 week ago #4107 by Wobbly
Replied by Wobbly on topic 78 R100S seat cowl
In my mind the pad is simply a sound dampner. In that case, any 1/4" thick closed cell neoprene pad will work.

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2 months 1 week ago #4110 by 15295
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Wasn't sure what it's duty was. Mine is about 1/2 in. A little contact cement and some foam then

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2 months 1 week ago #4125 by 15295
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I think it's a lid for the tool tray. On closer inspection, it fits snugly on top of the tray.

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2 months 1 week ago #4127 by Wobbly
Replied by Wobbly on topic 78 R100S seat cowl
My '79 doesn't have the tool tray there, so I wouldn't know.

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