Replacement Turn Signal - Kawasaki Vulcan 750 Forum : Kawasaki VN750 Forums
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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 05-25-2010, 10:45 AM Thread Starter
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Replacement Turn Signal

Where the heck can I find one of these? Is there a part number?
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Have you asked on sell or swap here on the forum? A few guys and gals are parting out bikes.

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No I'm kinda in a hurry to get one.

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I got some from ebay when I replaced mine.

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Do you need the whole thing or parts only.

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In general you can drill down here... http://www.bikebandit.com/kawasaki-m...arts/oem-parts


Turn signals for a 2006 vn750: http://www.bikebandit.com/houseofmot...m4552sch438774

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My son decided to put his bike next to mine. 12 speed pedal bike. I found some replacement parts with and with out the wires. I took off the yellow lens. Then I took out the bulb. I can now see the wires. There are two. I took out some parts, but not enough to remove the wires. I need to know if wires can be removed without breaking any parts. It would be a lot easier to replace the turn assembly without the wires than the ones with the wires.
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My son decided to put his bike next to mine. 12 speed pedal bike. I found some replacement parts with and with out the wires. I took off the yellow lens. Then I took out the bulb. I can now see the wires. There are two. I took out some parts, but not enough to remove the wires. I need to know if wires can be removed without breaking any parts. It would be a lot easier to replace the turn assembly without the wires than the ones with the wires.
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I couldn't do it.

If just the rubber stalk is broken, you can fix it by slipping a length of (narrow) plastic ball point pen tube inside the stalk along with some silicone. Let it dry before installing on the bike.

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there should be a forum section labled "MacGyver Solutions"...
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