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Quick question from a new motorcycle and VN750 owner #2

I know the 750's body style has remained the same. Therefore, can I buy parts (specifically, parts for the bike's body) from different years than mine (1999) and know they will fit on the bike?

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From 86 to 06 will fit. I believe the only changes were the Brake Master Cylinder went from Square to round and the colors/paint scheme........

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That is true, 85 is a 700 but the tins are the same as all years up to 06.
Some tanks have 2 vents under the seat (California model) some have one.

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The oil filter change and I don't know what year they removed the self cancelling turn signals? But I think the body parts all exchange.I had a 86
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The oil filter change and I don't know what year they removed the self cancelling turn signals? But I think the body parts all exchange.I had a 86
and know have a 99 also.
I think because of the turn signal cancellation thing there's a different wiring harness for the earlier years. Too bad, 'cause I bought an 86 signal cancellation unit and can't use it.

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All i heard was diffrent was CA tanks, and wiring harneses cus some used to go up in fire. But most of those were fixed through recall. or could be a myth.
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Yeah, gonna take some getting used to no turn signal cancelling. I know many people already think I'm some old fart who leaves his blinker on the whole time. My '86 had cancelling, my '84 Virago and '85 Madura have it. Hell, even the wife's Sportster has it. Gonna be hard getting used to my '92 VN.

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just use hand signals-- those are self canceling!
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