Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by Midlife Cruiser, Mar 20, 2010.
Have broken spring in fairing door. How does the door come off?
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Welcome to the forum, Cruiser
GLOVE BOX DOOR/HINGE
1. Remove the outer fairing.
2. To access glove box door fasteners, pull out screw cap cover below hinge.
3. Holding locknuts at front of inner fairing, loosen hinge screws (T25 TORX).
4. Hold glove box door closed as hinge screws are completely removed. If not held closed, door will pop open as spring loaded hinge is released and door may be
dropped to the floor.
5. If hinge replacement is necessary, remove plastic barrels to release hinge from door.
1. Place spring inside hinge inserting spring pin into closest hole. With coil and one spring pin positioned inside
hinge, second spring pin is outside.
2. Place hinge into position capturing free end of external spring pin between ribs molded into glove box door.
3. Install plastic barrels to hold hinge in door. Slot in barrel prevents interference with spring pin installed between ribs of door. Push barrels in until tight.
Install new glove box door bumpers in inner fairing if damaged or missing. Insert tail of rubber bumper into hole, and moving to front of inner fairing, pull anchor through hole.
4. Place glove box door into position against inner fairing. Holding locknuts (with flat washers) at front of inner fairing, tighten hinge screws (T25 TORX).
5. To conceal glove door fasteners, snap screw cap cover into place below hinge.
6. Install the outer fairing.
Thanks. Yeah I already found that post. It didn't give any info on removing the door. In the mean time I figured out how to get the door off without removing the whole fairing. I'll try to find a replacement spring since none of the HD dealers I've been to seem to have any info on it.
Hey Chopper, thanks. Good info. That'll help. I assume this spring is stainless.
Here's the parts break down that Harley has, could the spring come as part of the barrel hinge? These part numbers are from 05 but should be the same.
1 2665 SCREW (4) FS
2 2995 SCREW, used in lower inner to outer fairing mounting holes (2) FS
3 3732 SCREW (10) FS
4 4768 SCREW (2) FS
5 6716 WASHER (4) FS
6 7576 LOCKNUT (4) FS
7 7601 LOCKNUT (2) FS
8 7624 LOCKNUT (4) FS
9 11489 TRIM (2) FS
10 58359-98 EDGE TRIM (2) FS
11 58459-98 HINGE COVER, storage box (2) FS
12 58530-04 BRACKET, fairing mount FS
13 58727-98 COVER ASSEMBLY, right storage box w/# 58459-98 & 64255-98 FS
58728-98 COVER ASSEMBLY, left storage box w/# 58459-98 & 64255-98 FS
14 58734-98B INNER FAIRING FS
15 58735-98C INNER FAIRING ASSEMBLY, w/# 1, 5, 8, 10, 13, 14, 16 & 18 FS
16 58888-98A BUMPER, fairing door (4) FS
17 64255-98 BARREL HINGE (4) FS
18 64256-98 EDGE TRIM FS
19 67043-96 NUT (8) FS
20 67352-96A CLAMP, 2" gauge (4) FS
21 70457-98 EXTENSION HARNESS, cigarette lighter FS
22 74419-96 SENSOR, air temperature FS
23 75044-96 SOCKET, bulb (4) FS
24 67445-00 BULB, w/ rubber boot (4) FS
25 75165-01A OIL PRESSURE GAUGE, w/# 67455-00 & 75044-96 FS
75166-01A AIR TEMP. GAUGE, w/# 67455-00 & 75044-96 FS
75167-01A VOLTMETER, w/# 67455-00 & 75044-96 FS
75168-01A FUEL GAUGE, w/# 67455-00 & 75044-96 FS
26 77078-98A BRACKET, radio carrier FS
27 91808-89 ELEMENT, cigarette lighter FS
28 91812-89 SOCKET, cigarette lighter FS
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