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My "Vulcan 750" side badge (in front of the battery) is broken. Where would I locate a replacement?

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My "Vulcan 750" side badge (in front of the battery) is broken. Where would I locate a replacement?

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Just break the other side too - problem solved.
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These folks may have them. They won't be cheap anywhere, though. http://www.cheapcycleparts.com/

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Excellent website. Diagrams and everything. Thanks!
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I took them off the chrome covers I bought. My guess is I tossed them in the trash. I didn't see them last weekend when I was digging through the parts crate.

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Peel the rest off. Looks better without them. They are usually faded anyway.

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My "Vulcan 750" side badge (in front of the battery) is broken. Where would I locate a replacement?

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I'm pretty sure that I have the one you need, if you still need it, you can have it (I removed mine). I'll dig around today and make sure. PM me if interested. I'll check back later and post for sure with the condition of it/them.

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Big Crank ETX15L AGM Battery
Battery Tender Jr. w/Pigtail
Marbled
Rear Spline Lubed
Front Spine/U-Joint Lubed
Metzeler ME 880's
Brake Fluid Flushed, Filled, and Bled
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Installed 12 Volt Power Outlet
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Peel the rest off. Looks better without them. They are usually faded anyway.
A piece of heavy fishing line slipped underneath and worked back and forth will get them off and leave little residue to clean ,if you go this route.rubbing alcohol will clean the rest,you have to do this even if you replace it.
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A piece of heavy fishing line slipped underneath and worked back and forth will get them off and leave little residue to clean ,if you go this route.rubbing alcohol will clean the rest,you have to do this even if you replace it.
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Same method here except I used goo gone to clean it up. I heated it a little with a blow dryer before starting.

2004 VN750 "Rosanna"
Acquired March 6, 2010

Done:
NGK Iridium Plugs
NGK Caps
Big Crank ETX15L AGM Battery
Battery Tender Jr. w/Pigtail
Marbled
Rear Spline Lubed
Front Spine/U-Joint Lubed
Metzeler ME 880's
Brake Fluid Flushed, Filled, and Bled
Saddlemen Studded Saddlebags and Tank Bib
Installed 12 Volt Power Outlet
Debaffled
R/R Relocated flightcontrol Style

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N/A... I'm Going Ridin'
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Part numbers:

56014-1272 EMBLEM,FUEL TANK,LH $19.88
56014-1273 EMBLEM,FUEL TANK,RH $19.88

56050-1772 MARK,SIDE COVER,LH $18.09
56050-1773 MARK,SIDE COVER,RH $19.04

Prices are from cheapcycleparts.com. Will be slightly higher from a Kawi dealer. No idea why the right side cover costs more than the left.

http://www.cheapcycleparts.com/model...semblies/73231

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Red spark plug wires
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