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03-19-2019 08:41 PM
pdwestman Huhh, excuse me! The Front fender of both Gen turn with the front forks. And sorry to disappoint, but the Front Fairing of Both Gen are Stationary on the frame.
03-19-2019 01:04 PM
chestypuller1970 ya maybe looking for a old gen one to repaint in that color scheme since it wasent even available in north america from what i been reading.

north america got all them ugly miami vice colors.

i really dig that the fender turned witht he forks. it just looks more like a mans bike then the klr of today does
03-19-2019 11:08 AM
DPelletier It's been done and anything is possible. The frame mounts are different and that's the hardest part. .....honestly, the easiest way would be to sell the Gen2 and buy a Gen1

Dave
03-18-2019 11:59 PM
chestypuller1970
gen 2 to gen 1 body work and tank

how hard would it be to mount gen 1 body work on a gen 2 tank and all.

I seen a klr in a picture i think is the best look klr ever!

check it out.

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