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TY mono pinky front box repacking.

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Hello there,

I cut a small piece out of the back of the box for a look-see and it is a real mess of packed solid gunge and carbon.

I've seen the very helpful pics from Searay175 on 03/11/16 (attached) but can't quite figure out the best place to cut the rear end of the box. There doesn't seem to be a lot of space to cut between the outlet and the mounting bracket like he did and it looks like that would be a real pain to weld up again.

Any words of wisdom would be greatly appreciated.

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If that's a small piece can't imagine what a big bit would be like.

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That's the "attached helpful pic from Searay 175".

"Should've gone to Specsavers !!!"

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I'm full up on pic capability on this forum.

Google my thread on a Thai centric forum entitled "The Tale of Two ty250 Monos (pic heavy)". Runs to 12 odd pages and has a bunch of photos inc several on this very subject.

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Wow, what an enormous amount of work you have put into that, both bikewise and writing -up wise. Thanks a million for sharing it.

The pics I found previously showed the rear of  the box cut off , but you have cut off the front, which seems much more sensible so I'll do it that way.

Many thanks again for sharing this huge amount of fascinating and inspiring information.

Best regards, George.:)

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Excellent forum post Thai-TY with lots of information. Well done.

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I did mine the same way as Searay175 did - doing it this way makes the cuts & rewelding less visible when fitted on the bike.

Takes a while to dig all the crap out but definitely worth doing!

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