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Old 09-27-2009, 12:20 AM
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2008 Dyna Wide Glide. Am trying to access the fuses before I really need t o. Owner's manual says they are under the left side cover. Also states " no tools required for removal".The left side cover the way I see it is a chrome cover approx. 5" hi X 7" long with 2 Allen screws. Any help here would be appreciated. Thank You. Tom c.
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Old 09-27-2009, 12:51 AM
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just grab the cover and pull it... it will pop off
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I "upgraded" those two screws with nice chrome ones. No pic tho.
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Grab and Pull. It has two post that fit into rubber receivers. I also replaced the cap screws with nice chrome button heads. Not sure why they would put zinc cap screws on there that stick out.
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I also replaced the cap screws with nice chrome button heads.
Damit! Now My bike is not unique!

I actually tried to remove them thinking they held the cover on. Then I looked it up and knew. You would think they would have done something chrome or at least black. Makes the bike about $3.00 cheaper I guess.

Has anyone else modded their fuse box cover? Maybe something a bit more creative and unique then US66harley and I?
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Grab and go! I never noticed those zinc caps,dammit thanks guys now it's gonna bug me until I change 'em
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It is kind of a funny way to do things- have 2 ordinary screws holding the mount that holds the bracket that has the mounting posts on it.
At least you're starting out right by reading the book.
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