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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 01-22-2007, 08:41 PM Thread Starter
 
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Hi all. Just wondering if anyone knows where I can get some new vulcan logos for the side of my gas tank. Thinking of getting the bike repainted and would like to replace these if I can get new ones.
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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 01-22-2007, 08:49 PM
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ronayers.com and bikebandit.com both sell replacement parts.

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Hi...


Anybody here have these Vulcan logos in cdr, jpeg or gif formats???

TQ in advance...
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post #4 of 19 (permalink) Old 03-07-2007, 04:32 AM
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I had the one I made this t-shirt idea with, but now can't find it...


I also have this one ....
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I've pondered making my own out of stainless but it's probably more work than I would want to take on and more time than I have. Would be cool though.

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I've pondered making my own out of stainless but it's probably more work than I would want to take on and more time than I have. Would be cool though.
This summer, I will be repainting my bike. Tank, fenders, and side covers will all match. No more chrome plastic or emblems.

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I've got a set of fenders and an extra tank I picked up that I'll eventually have painted too along with my side covers. I have no idea when I'll do it, but every time I see a really cool paint job, I think it might be in the near future and not the distant future. That's why I was thinking about making my own tank emblems. Either that or none, like you are doing. I don't want to wait too long because I'm afraid the tank will start to rust inside.

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I've got a set of fenders and an extra tank I picked up that I'll eventually have painted too along with my side covers. I have no idea when I'll do it, but every time I see a really cool paint job, I think it might be in the near future and not the distant future. That's why I was thinking about making my own tank emblems. Either that or none, like you are doing. I don't want to wait too long because I'm afraid the tank will start to rust inside.
Hit the inside of that tank with WD40 every so often and it will stay rust free.

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Thanks Jon, I'll do that.

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I am going to paint mine real soon. I think I might paint it the same I dd my last bike. http://new.photos.yahoo.com/piromedicx/?change_count=5. I painted it using spray cans. Not bad for $30.00.
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