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Hey folks.
I installed a new side stand yesterday on a brand new Primavera 50 and when I buttoned everything back up, I can't seem to open the glovebox now. I needed to removed floor boards, etc. to hook up the switch wiring.

I've heard of levers flipping, rubber bands from factory, etc. but do any of these apply to the little 50cc primavera?

How do I get back in there to line things up or pop the box open so I can remove the screws I installed?
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scoot4life123 wrote:
I've heard of levers flipping, rubber bands from factory, etc. but do any of these apply to the little 50cc primavera?
The body of the 50cc Primavera is essentially the same as the body of the 125 or 150cc Primavera so the techniques for working with the glove box and other body components is pretty much the same.
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