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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-15-2008, 12:33 PM Thread Starter
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Junction Blocks???

I have an 85VN7. The PO removed the junction block. What donor bikes would have the block I need?

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From what I found with the reverse part # look-up at Ron Ayers, it's only on the 750 Vulcan.


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Do you by chance know the year range? 85-90?

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It's slightly possible that one from an '85 (maybe '86?) will be different, as the early model(s) had the turnsignal cancelling.


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Great! Maybe I do stand some chance in finding one! Big sigh of relief here. I sure hope the PO was truthfull about it running good but had electrical issues. I'm guessing those issues must have been connected to the missing junction block.

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It's slightly possible that one from an '85 (maybe '86?) will be different, as the early model(s) had the turnsignal cancelling.
Minor differences will be no real big issue. As long as I can compare wiring to adjust. BTW I love that windscreen you have! Eventually I want something like that on all my bikes. If only Bill Gates would send me a couple hours of his income!

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It's slightly possible that one from an '85 (maybe '86?) will be different, as the early model(s) had the turnsignal cancelling.
The turn signal canceling is located in the LH controls. There should be no difference from 85 to the 06 as far as the Junction Box (at least that I have found).
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The turn signal canceling is located in the LH controls. There should be no difference from 85 to the 06 as far as the Junction Box (at least that I have found).
Good luck with the project, let us know if there is more we can help with.
I know there is differences in the wiring harness. Wasn't sure if it went as far as the J.B.
Thanks for pointing that out

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.... I love that windscreen you have! Eventually I want something like that on all my bikes.
Thanx. It's a Plexifairing III. When I have it on, I usually ride with it tilted back a good bit, which, IMO, gives it a little sportier of a look.


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The turn signal canceling is located in the LH controls. There should be no difference from 85 to the 06 as far as the Junction Box (at least that I have found).
Good luck with the project, let us know if there is more we can help with.
You can be sure I'll post if I need help.

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I know there is differences in the wiring harness. Wasn't sure if it went as far as the J.B.
Thanks for pointing that out


Thanx. It's a Plexifairing III. When I have it on, I usually ride with it tilted back a good bit, which, IMO, gives it a little sportier of a look.
it looks great and I really like that it shields the hands also.

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