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|12-16-2014 01:21 AM|
|VN750Rider/Jerry||Looks great. If you have ANY unusual noise coming from the top end, check the cam chain tensioners. They are very prone to failure, and if they let the chain become too loose, it can destroy the whole engine. Mine failed at around 15,000 miles. A second set of oem ones failed only 10,000 miles later. I gave up and replaced them with TOC manual tensioners. Still good after 94,000 miles. I think these are the best thing you can do for your Vulcan 750. May very well save your engine.|
|11-04-2014 10:01 PM|
|10-31-2014 10:34 AM|
Originally Posted by 01fxdxt View Post
|10-29-2014 03:54 PM|
|10-29-2014 02:10 PM|
|10-26-2014 10:54 AM|
|bordolover||Congratulations! You should have many enjoyable miles ahead...|
|10-25-2014 12:10 PM|
Originally Posted by Birdhunter02 View Post
The chrome and paint was cleaning up better than I thought it would.One front signal was broken ,the other cracked badly.I found a new replacement on Ebay for $13 shipped-great price.While working on the rest of the bike,the other signal broke in half,must be made of the same cheese the air filters were made from.Found another on Amazon for $20.
Bike needed fork dust shields(hard to find aftermarket) but the seals themselves were not leaking,so I changed the fork oil.
In the end I spent $180 for all parts and oil to get to where it is.
|10-25-2014 09:37 AM|
|Birdhunter02||Nice. Did you check the splines?|
|10-25-2014 09:32 AM|
|emtdon||you did an awesome job. glad you got her going. love that color. time for some outside pics.|
|10-24-2014 10:32 PM|
|Chuck A.||Had to work for it,,,,,,, makes you even prouder to own it. Happy and safe riding!|
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