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I want to order a replacement painted side cover for my 06 wee as the one on it has peeling paint (assume brake fluid spilled on it). I assume the clutch side is referred to as LEFT. Correct??
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Yes. What color? The silver blue is 94403-27G10-YDV while Red is 94403-27G10-4RX
According to http://www.cheapcycleparts.com/model...wling-model-k6 , red is back ordered.

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I want to order a replacement painted side cover for my 06 wee as the one on it has peeling paint (assume brake fluid spilled on it). I assume the clutch side is referred to as LEFT. Correct??
The clutch cover is on the right, left cover is the stator. All parts of a bike are referenced from a position looking forward as if one were seated on the bike, thus, stator left side, clutch right. The clutch cover has the oil fill plug in it if you are still confused. Most sites offering an exploded parts diagram will usually show a directional arrow indicating front so one can easily reference left and right sides of the machine.

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The clutch cover is on the right, left cover is the stator. All parts of a bike are referenced from a position looking forward as if one were seated on the bike, thus, stator left side, clutch right. The clutch cover has the oil fill plug in it if you are still confused. Most sites offering an exploded parts diagram will usually show a directional arrow indicating front so one can easily reference left and right sides of the machine.
Now I am really confused. I was talking about the clutch lever on the handlebar as a reference point. I want to order the painted side cover (name per the parts microfiche) that has the Suzuki chrome logo and Vstrom sticker on it. I'm thinking that the cover on the same side as the clutch lever is called LEFT.
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Just check the arrow on the full pic. Left and right are from the perspective of sitting on the bike. The part numbers I provided are for the left side cowling and include the graphics.


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Thanks Greywolf. Got it.
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