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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-28-2007, 11:53 AM Thread Starter
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Ron Ayers parts?

Howdy all, trying to figure out what part number I need on Ron Ayers. I cracked the plastic housing of the left, for lack of a better term drivers side, signal housing. I initially thought just the lens was broken (which I replaced) but now I see the whole hosing is cracked and warped.

What's the difference between a ( 23037 ) 23037-1214 LAMP-ASSY-SIGNAL,FR and a ( 23037A ) 23037-1220 LAMP-ASSY-SIGNAL,RR ?

I can determain that I need a 2307 but which one?

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Oops, this is a 2000 VN750

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The first part is a front, having three wires, the second is a rear having two wires. Other than the extra wire for the front, they are identical.

If you search, I found some bikemaster trun signals that are every bit as good for half the price. Try here http://www.bikebandit.com/partsbandi...lection_Path=3.

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Great thanks. Will the bikebandit part fit/mount the same way? The pics on bikebandit look like they don't right have a angle? They don't look the same?

Compare pics here: http://www.pbase.com/hiker/2000_vn750_turn_signal

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If you look in the Bikemaster description, you will see the Kaw parts numbers.
I bought 4 of these and they are great. I got all fronts (3 wire) as I was going to run the rears on the low power all the time like the fronts but found out this is not legal so didn't use the third wire on the rears.

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Where's the "Bikemaster description" ? Got a link?

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Look in the BikeBandit link I sent you above where it says OEM number, it's the same as the ones you posted from RA.

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Now I can't find a brake lever? Ron Ayers on the handlebar page doesn't seem to list it?

Is is me or is it memorex?

Maybe I be dumb.

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Now I can't find a brake lever? Ron Ayers on the handlebar page doesn't seem to list it?

Is is me or is it memorex?

Maybe I be dumb.

Thanks...
Didn't check, but try brake master cylinder.

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Ahh, it was under: LEVER-GRIP,FRONT BRAK

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