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Good idea. It is frustrating not to open from one side only.
 

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Yup, it can be a pain. Dremel's are cool :)
 

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Is that what causes it to get hung up?? Ive had it do it to me a BUNCH of times but didnt pay attention to why. I will be cutting that up tonight!
 

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Consider mine done by 5:15... Well i gotta get home and have a beer while i think about it anyways. Maybe 5:20 LOL
 

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Consider mine done by 5:15... Well i gotta get home and have a beer while i think about it anyways. Maybe 5:20 LOL

Thats the way I was thinking:D
 

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The Yamaha factory rep suggested doing that when I was looking them over at a Demo Ride Day. I used a pair of tin snips though. They were handy at the time and easily trimmed the plastic.
 

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thanks for the input i used tin snips and was done in seconds! (no more running from one side to the other, then to the other, and other and other)
 

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did you do both sides? great idea
 

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When I worked at a Yamaha shop, Every Rhino I touch got cut. Its a pain when It's up on the lift and you forgot to open the hood.
 
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