OEM bar end assembly - Honda CBR 300 Forum
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OEM bar end assembly

I had a very difficult time removing the bar end from my wife's 2015 CBR300RA. The screw would not come out, so I ended up twisting and pulling the entire assembly out of the bar. There is a metal clip at the exterior end of the assembly that I can't quite figure out. I realize it's there to prevent the assembly from being pushed into the bar. But I can't see how it clips on. And it looks like there are 2 small holes at the end of the handlebar under the grip that something could clip into?Does anyone have pic of the assembled unit they can share?

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Alot of Honda's and other brands use that same setup instead of me trying to explain it check Youtube I'm sure there is a video or two on the subject
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Yep, here's one of the videos. There are several. Sometimes you need to put a cloth over the end bar and hold it with pliers to prevent it from turning, while you unscrew the inner bolt.
https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q...4&&FORM=VRDGAR

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Perfect. Thanks for the link.

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Mangled one of mine getting it out. That one appeared to have some kind of adhesive applied to it. The other side did not.

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I havent watched any videos but I just duct taped the bar end to the grip to stop it turning and then used an impact screw driver. A rattle gun would be best though.
CBR250 ones were way tighter than 300's. Higher strength loctite maybe, dunno.

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