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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 06-10-2014, 05:24 PM Thread Starter
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looking for a stator grommet

anyone have a good stator grommet laying around they dont need? im moving the stator leads out on the outer cover and need a grommet to close up the open gap left behind.
rvt will work but i dont wanna have to do this twice
i tried emailing tim parrot like 4 times but no response thanks

i have some stock parts as well for sale

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I just warmed up my engine after cleaning that area, and siliconed it....a LOT cheeper....works just as well....



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I just warmed up my engine after cleaning that area, and siliconed it....a LOT cheeper....works just as well....
if not better... I had a slight leak at that same grommet, and then when I replaced my pickup coils I couldn't fish the wires through the holes.. so I RTVed the hell out of it... the leak has not shown its face since...
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I've had better luck with RTV than grommets.

Warm it up, degrease the heck out of it. Wipe it all down with acetone a few times. Then use the super black oil resistant stuff. I took a minute to smooth my down all purty like.

My underside used to be filthy all the time. Now I don't get a bit of seepage (from that hole anyway lol)

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I've got a brand new grommet if you want it

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Current Ride: 1995 Vulcan 88 (1500A9)
Purchased Dec. 2014
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Previous Bike: 2000 VN750 "Glory"
With homemade stator
Details on stator build here

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post #6 of 11 (permalink) Old 06-11-2014, 01:54 PM Thread Starter
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Sure . Whats the damage?

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VROC# 33976
1994 VN750

MODS SO FAR:
honda shadow 750 sissybar
ear shaved, K&N pods
142/42 jets, Cobra pipes
oversized tires, vn800 seat
vn750 rad cover, Tank bib
custom mirrors, gel battery
led dash lights, led tail light
led plate light, chrome levers
horn relocation, custom voltmeter
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post #7 of 11 (permalink) Old 06-11-2014, 02:30 PM Thread Starter
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I've got a brand new grommet if you want it
How much u need for the grommet?

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VROC# 33976
1994 VN750

MODS SO FAR:
honda shadow 750 sissybar
ear shaved, K&N pods
142/42 jets, Cobra pipes
oversized tires, vn800 seat
vn750 rad cover, Tank bib
custom mirrors, gel battery
led dash lights, led tail light
led plate light, chrome levers
horn relocation, custom voltmeter
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I don't need it, so it's yours...

Replied to your PM, just send me your address...

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Current Ride: 1995 Vulcan 88 (1500A9)
Purchased Dec. 2014
approx. 6,800 miles

Previous Bike: 2000 VN750 "Glory"
With homemade stator
Details on stator build here

"Four wheels move the body. Two wheels move the soul"

"You live more in 5 minutes on a bike like this going flat out than some people live in their lifetime." - Burt Munro
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Ya realize of course that if ya get Grommit...ya need to add Wallace as well...





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post #10 of 11 (permalink) Old 06-12-2014, 12:22 AM Thread Starter
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VROC# 33976
1994 VN750

MODS SO FAR:
honda shadow 750 sissybar
ear shaved, K&N pods
142/42 jets, Cobra pipes
oversized tires, vn800 seat
vn750 rad cover, Tank bib
custom mirrors, gel battery
led dash lights, led tail light
led plate light, chrome levers
horn relocation, custom voltmeter
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