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Concours Discussion (C10 / ZG1000 / 1000GTR) => Accessories C10 => Topic started by: Slybones on September 21, 2008, 02:57:00 pm

Title: Unsung hero's
Post by: Slybones on September 21, 2008, 02:57:00 pm
Murphs Screw Kit.     while I have to say my 6pot calipers are my favorite mod, and there are a lot of other greats mods I brag about, murphs screw kit is definately the uusung hero's on this Connie. When I first got it 3+ years ago and with only 5K miles on it, many of the stock screws where already stripped. The belly pan was missing a one of them fairing u-nuts, etc.    Since installing Murphs Screw Kits ( yes I have all of them, 6 or 7 kits total ) I have had the plasic off this thing so many times I couldnt count them all. Not a single problem with these. None lost, none stripped, none rusty or crappy looking, etc. These things just keep going and going. I would have probably gone through a ton of stock screws and been pissed off more than once at them. These things just keep going their job. Time after time. The unsung hero's of the Connie World.  2003 Concours
Title: Unsung hero's
Post by: 2linby on September 21, 2008, 08:09:00 pm
Yeah I've also been "screwed" pretty good by Murph as well!  :eg:  AKA "2linby" That's 2-lin-by folks!  Northwest Area Director  COG #5539  AMA #927779  IBA #15034  TEAM OREGON MC Instructor (IBA BunBurner Gold Trip) (Alaska trip)
Title: Unsung hero's
Post by: krumgrinder on September 21, 2008, 09:13:00 pm
Right there with ya Fred.  What a difference those fairing screws have made making a PITA job bearable!  Steve K.  '02 Concours  COG# 6550  AMA# 965469  'No matter where you go, there you are...'
Title: Unsung hero's
Post by: Yuma on September 23, 2008, 09:35:00 am
I'll agree with the screw kit... A++     But then all of the products that Gary sells are first rate! Or he will not sell them... :)  He and his products do the Connie World a GREAT FAVOR.    But again the screw kits are GREAT.    Yuma,      Summer in Yuma is not hell, but hell is a local call :-)  2006 Connie
Title: Unsung hero's
Post by: Brett0769 on September 23, 2008, 02:25:00 pm
+1 on the screw kits, but let us not forget the pure aesthetic value that goes along with that ease of use. They give my bodywork a nice military aircraft look. I love mine and the side cover knobs too (and heated grips... and fuse block... and valve adju