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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-21-2007, 10:07 AM Thread Starter
 
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left rear foot rest bracket

I broke the rear foot rest bracket off of my 1993 750 Vulcan. It is the one that attaches to the frame and muffler., triangle shaped. Anyone know where to get a replacement?

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Do you need the chromed or brushed aluminum one?
I may have one in the "Parts" Dept.

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I'll take either one. Brushed or chromed if it fits the 93 vulcan 750 frame... I snapped the peg off the frame wjile dislocating my knee.
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I'll take either one. Brushed or chromed if it fits the 93 vulcan 750 frame... I snapped the peg off the frame wjile dislocating my knee.
OK, you haven't read to much here apperently. You're only supposed to use your knee for a soft spot for the engine to fall on while removing it !! LOL J/K...

Any stock peg from any Vulcan 750 will fit any other Vulcan 750. They're all the same except for the finish.

Hope your knee heals quick, Jim.


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