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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-19-2009, 01:51 PM Thread Starter
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Crashed my bike lastnight... (parts quirry)

Im just fine, it was at a low speed.

I need to replace a few parts

Right Foot Peg, Right air cleaner (Inside, with mounting)
anyone have these parts

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Im just fine, it was at a low speed.

I need to replace a few parts

Right Foot Peg, Right air cleaner (Inside, with mounting)
anyone have these parts
rt air cleaneri have but its a little rashed... not cracked or broken...



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How much for it? I'm looking for the inside mounting.

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Sorry to here that bro but glad you're ok. Sounds like it could've been alot worse. There's a link on this site to all parts for our bikes on eBay. Just click "forum" then scroll down till you see "VN750 parts on ebay". You may have some luck there.

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yep thanks Join Date: May 2009 my **** hurts rofl im strictly buisness today, and im trying to keep a date for tonight; shes a good one-Not to mention winters comming my car is broken, and Im out on my shirt.

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Sorry to here about the ride. Glad your not seriously hurt. Keep checking in with your progress. Check ebay and the swap/sell postings.

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Funny you should ask, I happen to have a spare right foot peg.

I got my left foot peg sheared off earlier this year when I got clipped by a driver who changed lanes right into me in a lane merge going onto a bridge. Amazingly I didn't even get knocked off my bike, the only thing that happened was that my left foot peg was ripped off right from under my foot! (I was very lucky...) I rode to work and back shifting gears by balancing my heel on the foot peg bolt jutting out from the frame. What fun.

I had just gotten my second VN750 but hadn't registered it yet (so I couldn't ride it), so I took the left peg from that one and put it on my first bike, then got a pair of salvage pegs on eBay for cheap. I still have the right one.

PM me your address and I'll send it to you, I have no use for it.

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