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Hi all,
Was washing the bike. When I got to washing around the exhaust a little rubber grommet came out. Can't figure out where it came from.
Any ideas?
The numbers are 2090.
 

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Could very well be. However, I didn't take anything off the bike to wash it. Got the wash sponge between the exhaust and fairing.
 

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I would remove the plastic exhaust cover and check behind it.
That’s where it came from. Silicone it back onto the plastic cover and it won’t come off again. There are 2 of them.
 
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Pull the other one off the underside of the right side cover. Put them in a drawer if you like.
The factory muffler is so much larger, that the side cover rests on it, thus needing those little rubber pads. Or glue them in as previously suggested.
 

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but I wish I could remember all the crap he fed me while I tried to fix broken lawn mowers and mini-bikes! I showed him...I lost a bunch of his tools in the yard.
I'm guessing that it was the miss-placed tools in the yard from you working on your mini-bike that broke the lawnmower. ;)
 

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Found it. It just slides onto the rear fender. Not secure at all. Possibly on the original exhaust it would have been flush mounted against the bigger exhaust. With my smaller Yoshi exhaust doesn't have that vibration issue.
 
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