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post #1 of 36 (permalink) Old 08-26-2019, 05:23 PM Thread Starter
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Ruger's parts for sale

alright now, here's the moment that no one has been waiting for.......


Ruger's parts/price list:

new Shinko SR777 front tire 110/90-19 (up sized) - $50 - SOLD

new Shinko SR777 rear tire 170/80-15 (up sized) - $75 - SOLD

used set of K&N air filters - $40



SuperBrace fork brace (first owned by Knifemaker, then Pick, then Kanuck69 and then Ruger) - $100

extended (passenger) backrest (#1) like new - $100 - SOLD

extended (passenger) backrest (#2) with side rails and turn signals.* this one has seen better days, but still gets the job done. - $50 - SOLD

custom made (by Kanuck69) clear hand guards - $20
https://www.vn750.com/forum/29-equip...nd-guards.html

custom made (by gcextreme) turn signal relocation brackets (black) - $50
https://www.vn750.com/forum/17-sell-...ation+brackets

engine guard - $100 - sold

rear luggage rack - $100

Mustang seat - $200 - SOLD

Kawasaki Vulcan 750 tank, brand new, never been on a motorcycle (mint condition), I bought it form Pick - $250 - sold

Mosfet R/R (hardly used) comes with custom made mounting brackets - $100 - SOLD

this is the "make offer" list:

set of front brakes with newer pads - $? make offer - SOLD

front fender custom painted (by Kanuck69) RED - $? make offer - SOLD

front fender painted black (by M_Angel) - $? make offer - SOLD

set of fork tubes - $? make offer - SOLD

stock brake lever - $? make offer - SOLD

stock choke cable - $? make offer - SOLD
stock clutch cable - $? make offer - SOLD

shipping will be added to all prices

sorry this took so long, I've been really busy. who knows, I might just find some other parts in the garage I forgot I had.

if it goes vroom or boom, I LIKE IT!

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Hi Ruger, I wanted to confirm in the mustang seat would fit a 94 750...

Thanks!

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Hi Ruger, I wanted to confirm in the mustang seat would fit a 94 750...

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the short answer is "yes".

all the parts that are for sale will fit all years of VN750's.

if it goes vroom or boom, I LIKE IT!
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Alrighty, so for the engine guard, I searched the forum for some info, I was able to find a one pager install guide and a parts list. Basically bolts and spacers etc. is that all there?
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Alrighty, so for the engine guard, I searched the forum for some info, I was able to find a one pager install guide and a parts list. Basically bolts and spacers etc. is that all there?
spacers?! we don't need no stinking spacers!

the engine guard comes the same way I bought it 9 years ago. no hardware needed, since you use the preexisting bolts already on the bike. no bolts, no spacers, no problems.

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This is what I was reading,

https://www.vn750.com/photopost/data...uctions-02.jpg

There’s a parts list
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This is what I was reading,

https://www.vn750.com/photopost/data...uctions-02.jpg

Thereís a parts list
The spacers "shim" it out a little from where the other pieces fit back on when installing it. Like the foot rests. You can use washers if needed.

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This is what I was reading,

https://www.vn750.com/photopost/data...uctions-02.jpg

There’s a parts list
The spacers "shim" it out a little from where the other pieces fit back on when installing it. Like the foot rests. You can use washers if needed.
Ok fair enough, I just didn’t want to get stuck searching for extra parts that We’re as hard to find as the bar itself
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This is what I was reading,

https://www.vn750.com/photopost/data...uctions-02.jpg

Thereís a parts list
I see, said the blind man. it would have been nice to have that 9 years ago. lol

as I look at the instuctions, they show/tell you to remove the foot pegs. this step is not needed. you only need to remove the top bolt of the foot peg on both sides. you only have to remove and put back into place 4 bolts, 2 on each side of the bike.

the tricky part is the right side, with the exhaust/header pipe. that needs to be loosened and then you need to take out the bolt that is in the frame that is behind it.
the other 3 bolts are cake.

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The spacers "shim" it out a little from where the other pieces fit back on when installing it. Like the foot rests. You can use washers if needed.
yeah, what he said. thanks Sharkbait. I've read the same thing about the "spacers"/washers.

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Ok fair enough, I just didnít want to get stuck searching for extra parts that Weíre as hard to find as the bar itself
not a problem. I hear ya. like I said, I put it on my bike 9 years ago, with only the bolts that are already on the bike and I haven't had a problem with it.

if it goes vroom or boom, I LIKE IT!
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Ok then. Payday is Friday, how do we get this rollin?
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