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    apriliaforum Member SaltyBill's Avatar
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    i purchased mine with both flanges bent like bananas.

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    Oh okay lol. Then yeah it’s not supposed to, somebody cranked down on em. You can get new ones from Arrow pretty cheap. I think I have the part number listed on the instructions of mine if you’d like it.

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    Bend them back or flip them over. Safety wire the bolts if you are worried about them falling out if they are not as tight as you want them to be.

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    Thanks for that killian665 , ill try bend them back, but the bent flanges are for the stock exhaust, my arrow is still brand new, ill be careful when i torque them up.

    Safety wire, as in drill a small hole and cable them together like my oil drain plugs.. i can do that. Thankyou

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