Just to clarify, I took the windshield off thinking it was a 30 minute job and don't want to put it back till the job is done. I can ride like this for a while till I receive a reply to my question. Although my first ride with it off made me aware how cold it is with no protection in winter.
It is just that I don't want to immobilize the bike by taking the rest of the Tupperware off till I know what I'm doing and how long I need to do the job as I have not got another way of getting to work easily.
Another question is about the rubber mounting grommet's that I found put back on the bike with out being placed through the windshield by the previous dismantler. Is this something that other owners have found by default, after dealers work on the bike. In other words is that semi-acceptable practice on the part of a dealer to not extend the rubber through the plastic windscreen but to just place the screen against the rubber with the screw and washer clamping the screen in place.
Do they generally take the screen off to do other maintenance such as a 30,000 km check, which, I have just had completed.
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