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post #1 of 32 (permalink) Old 08-03-2009, 04:41 PM Thread Starter
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i'm pretty sure my stator is blown and i'm not a mechanic so i can't fix it labor is higher than the bike is worth so i'm parting it out let me know what u need currently everything is still on the bike
just got a new battery thinkin it was the problem tires less than 1k miles on the rear and new turn signals all the way around.
mustang seat and the original are both up for grabs too
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post #2 of 32 (permalink) Old 08-03-2009, 04:42 PM Thread Starter
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all this is in mesquite tx near dallas.
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How much for the whole bike? I'm looking for a parts/fixer upper to be my second ride. Are you willing to ship at all?


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I'm interested in the Speedo. I cant call due to I'm at work so talk to me on here about pricing and shipping.

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i'm pretty sure my stator is blown and i'm not a mechanic so i can't fix it labor is higher than the bike is worth so i'm parting it out let me know what u need currently everything is still on the bike
just got a new battery thinkin it was the problem tires less than 1k miles on the rear and new turn signals all the way around.
mustang seat and the original are both up for grabs too
Why do you have to part it out.

If you don't want to fix it then just sell it to someone so that they can fix it.

Everytime one of these bikes that are parted out that shouldn't be, Well that just makes one less bike on the road.

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Why do you have to part it out.

If you don't want to fix it then just sell it to someone so that they can fix it.

Everytime one of these bikes that are parted out that shouldn't be, Well that just makes one less bike on the road.
Its called making sense He'll get alot more cash out of parting it out than he'll ever get by selling it whole with a bad stator. He will get enough to buy another bike this way. Smart move on his part and I would do the same thing, ok prolly not, I would just slap in a $100 stator over the weekend but theres plenty out there that arent able or capable of doing the work. So thats their option. I do love America.

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all this is in mesquite tx near dallas.
contact me at [email protected]
or 903-714-4405
I live in Keller and would love to see what you got for sale man!
903-987-0768, could you send some pictures or post them here?

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what year is it?.. I could use the stator off of it if you dont mind pulling it for me... J/K.
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what year is it?.. I could use the stator off of it if you dont mind pulling it for me... J/K.
Looks like his stator is blown, which is why he's parting it out. Unless you're just planning on rewinding the stator, I wouldn't recommend purchasing one used anyway. Too much risk, particularly given the amount of labor required to reinstall.

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