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Thread: Rivnut or similar Brisbane

  1. #11
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    And from another thread disconnect the battery and Ecu to be sure
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  2. #12
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    Aug 2006
    Quote Originally Posted by weeds View Post
    I'm not sure how good rivnuts will work on tube.....along with a constant hanging weight bouncing long the road.....I'm guessing they will loosen up pretty quick.
    you can get rivnuts with a curved back on the lip to suit some curves. Generally Id just peen the area to flat with a hammer (or use weld in nuts)

    Quote Originally Posted by AndyG View Post
    And from another thread disconnect the battery and Ecu to be sure
    Yep, disconnecting the battery can (under some circumstances) save the regualtor and rectifier diodes. Removing the ECU from a series prior to any work on the electricals is always a good idea. I strongly recommend doing so along with any other accessories that it connects to. When you goto put it all back you should probably do so in reverse order and put in OEM spec hardware on the way.

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