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Progress repairing stator cover with pics

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About two months ago my bike tipped over and i punctured my stator cover. After purchasing a new one I noticed the old one was laying around so I decided to pick up some JB weld and see if I couldn't do something with it. I have a couple pictures of my progress below. The hole was about a dime size, and I wish I had a photo to show but I cant find one. I still have a lot of sanding to do to get it flush, and then I am going to paint the whole cover. I think its going to hold up well and It will be nice to have a spare if I ever need one. Case savers are on my list for my winter project.

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Ill keep you updated and post pics of the final result

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Now if you can find some paint that actually matches, you will good to go.

And if you do let me know too!

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Now if you can find some paint that actually matches, you will good to go.

And if you do let me know too!

i can ship alabama mud to anyone that needs an import :lol:

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i can ship alabama mud to anyone that needs an import :)

The North Carolina mud is much purtier! :lol:

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Thats what I figured, and I dont ride offroad so chances are ill never use it, but ill have it for peace of mind or if a fellow TT member needs a cheap replacement

Plus it kept me busy the last few days, and I enjoy little DIY projects

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Thats what I figured, and I dont ride offroad so chances are ill never use it, but ill have it for peace of mind or if a fellow TT member needs a cheap replacement

Plus it kept me busy the last few days, and I enjoy little DIY projects

Good plan, nothing wrong with a working repaired spare.

I always prefer to install a new unrepaired OEM or better aftermarket part.. But Im all about spares… as anyone that comes in to my garage can attest.

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