I purchased a 92 VN750 knowing it would not shift, I hoped I could fix it by replacing one of the springs or fixing one of the external components, but.......
I opened it up today and the tie-rod end is broke off the lever assembly.
when I put I fiber optic light in the hole in the lower left hand side I can see the tie-rod assembly.
I can see it, I can touch it, but I don't think I can be repair it without splitting the case.
I'm not sure it's worth all the time and expense it will take me to repair it. I can do the work myself, but I'm not sure I want to.
But on the other hand I sure hate to part out A good bike over a thirty dollar part.
Any suggestions or opinions? I see no way of fixing it without a complete tear down, and I have no idea what I would get out of it if I parted it out or how long it would take to sell the parts.
I knew it was a gamble when I bought it, I might have just lost the bet.