Best/Cheapest way to fix this...

Best/Cheapest way to fix this...

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CoreyDog

Original Poster:

528 posts

63 months

Tuesday 26th October 2021
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Evening all,

My GSF1200S has an old bit of damage on the fairing caused by a previous owner (Dropped, scrapped, who knows!)

I didn't think it would bug me that much but it does.

What would be the best way to sort this without spending £100s? Bike is only valued at about £2000 so don't want to throw too much money at minor bodywork damage. I'm guessing it's abit beyond a smart repair?

Anyone recommend somewhere in the Notts area would be appreciated too.

Thanks.


Scrump

16,500 posts

131 months

Tuesday 26th October 2021
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I had a similar issue with the fairing on my old Suzuki. I kept an eye on eBay and eventually found a replacement panel in the correct colour for a bargain price.

CoreyDog

Original Poster:

528 posts

63 months

Tuesday 26th October 2021
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Scrump said:
I had a similar issue with the fairing on my old Suzuki. I kept an eye on eBay and eventually found a replacement panel in the correct colour for a bargain price.
I've been keeping an eye out for a few weeks, only one came up and was in worse condition than my current one.

Still checking occasionally but not much luck so far.

fred bloggs

745 posts

173 months

Wednesday 17th November 2021
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CoreyDog said:
What would be the best way to sort this without spending £100s?
Don't look at it.

paintman

6,786 posts

163 months

Wednesday 17th November 2021
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Ask the local bike shops who they use.