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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 05-14-2010, 06:26 PM Thread Starter
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bobber kit for 93 vulcan

Does anyone out there know who makes bobber kits for the 93 Vulcan? I've looked around and haven't had any luck. I'm looking for bolt on if available. Thank you all for your help.
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I have looked for my 95 also / no luck either! I'll keep looking and please let me know if you find 1. Thanks

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Still have lots of stuff to do, just need the green to proceed! Oh, and momma's approval....
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the closest i've ever seen for a bolt on vulcan bobber kit is on bluecollarbobbers.com and that one is just for the vulcan 800
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the VN800 won't work... there is no kit available for the VN750... in order to bob the VN750, you have to do it all yourself.
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Yep, the 750 gets left out again. Bluecollarbobbers,com is a nice company, I have spoken with Lance and Cheryl there a few times, but it was about Honda Rebels. Jerry.

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If goin' for a custom look, why buy off the shelf bolt on kits?
That's what's nice about the 750 Vulcan, none that have been really customized look the same as another.

With everyone here that's done a Bobber, there's plenty of help to be had so no need for plug & play kits. Get out the tools and GO FOR IT!!!


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110% agree with hyper on this one
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Thank you all for the comments back. Looks like a custom job it is. It's a good thing summer is finally here! I'm thinking, custom seat, handlebars, and bob the rear fender, maybe a tank lift. I'll see soon enough. Thanks again everyone!
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that's the fun part about it anyway. that's how you get to really know your bike and there are lots of people on this site with TONS of helpful info. that's how i got through my bobber build... lots of patients and lots of time on the vn750 forum...LOL

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