I heard a guy say "You're not a real RG Rider until you've had the Outer Fairing off." Based on recent experience I'd suggest modifying that to be, "You're not a real RG Rider until you've gotten your outer fairing back on!" Gy--olley -- what a hassle. Maybe I never found the right part of the shop manual, but it was very little help. I ended up removing the headlights to get the "slots" over the "hooks" -- then installed the headlights back from the outside. There may be some place in the manual that tells you to do that -- but I didn't find it. I found that solution after about 2 hours of other hassle, then "sitting down to think about it." I think my wiring harness may be part of the problem. There's what seems to be a ton of extra stuff on it, all labeled for "sidecar" this, that, and the other -- mostly sidecar audio stuff. Is that a standard part of the RG wiring harness -- does anybody know? I think my Outer Fairing might have been a lot easier to get back on without all that sidecar stuff in there -- And if someone added all that, I might consider going back to a stock version wiring set up just to clean it up in there. Anyway, Now waiting for my +2" upper brake line, and I think I'll have this thing back on the road.