Huh. Sounds good. Maybe I'll give 'er a try this spring. Although I'm a bit worried that I've waited too long, but maybe the extra time will have made the glue more brittle?
I also plan to replace one of the front down tubes of the frame after hitting it on a curb (yeah, I was jumping a boulevard due to traffic). Thank-God the new frames can be disassembled in such a way! On an old Bonnie I'd be left with the dent, or a non-numbers matching bike!
Actually, I hope I have time to do either since I just purchased a '66 Norton Atlas project bike! The days are being counted...
VERY easy to do. I used dental floss and ran it under the reflector, basically through the thin foam film. Sliced it right off. Then sprayed WD-40 on the glue residue and rubbed with a paper towel till all was clean. Took 5 minutes with no scratches to the plastic rear fender.
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