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    Bike Stand (1300)

    I have a homemade 1300 bike stand. Anyone want it?
    Suggest you could pick it up in Danville KY

    It is made of 4 x4s and bolted together -nice solid stand.

    Randy
    859-691-1480 8am - 11pm
  2. Thread: Bike Stand

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    Ride

    Sounds Good, we may have to do that sometime.
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    Bike Stand

    I have a nice homemade bike stand i don't need. I am in the Danville KY area, anyone need one cheap?
    $25
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    Bump

    Still for sale.
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    For Sale - Stock Seat set for 1300R

    I have a stock seat set for sale for a VTX 1300R

    Seat is in Good Condition

    Make me an offer!
  6. Thread: Sold My Baby

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    Sold My Baby

    Well i sold the X, HATED to see her go! I wasn't riding her, and i couldn't see letting her sit in the Garage.
    My Goldwing has been my primary ride since i picked it up a year ago.

    Will MISS HER!
  7. Thread: 2005 vtx1300r

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    Fury Pipes

    Larry,
    Search for threads that i started and i think you will find a drawing of the bracket that needs to be fabricated to mount the Fury Pipes.
    Other than that rear mount, a couple of bolts is...
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    Another AF Adjuster

    I am sure Glen's product is Great! You can make one from your own needle and a little stuff you may already have


    http://www.vtxoa.com/forums/showthread.php?326825-10-Min-AF-Screw
  9. Thread: 2005 vtx1300r

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    2005 vtx1300r

    I purchased a Goldwing in June. Since then the X has only been ridden 3 times. I don't want her to sit in the garage and not get ridden, so i am going to sell her. The bike is Red, has 11k ish miles...
  10. Thread: All Balls

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    removal tool

    You can take a piece of 1/2" all thread, two nuts and a washer and make a tool to remove the races as well. Really isn't that hard, and you can tighten the ALL Balls a bit tighter than the old Junk...
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    Rear Wheel Bearing issue

    Rear wheel bearing is bad, removed the wheel and the inside center fell out of the bearing, leaving the outer race in the wheel. How do i get ahold of the race to remove it?
  12. Thread: New CT

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    You might try a couple of more pounds of air and...

    You might try a couple of more pounds of air and see if it still seems to wonder at slow speeds. Finding the right air pressure is important to getting the FEEL correct.

    I love my General Grabber
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    Brake Fluid

    The biggest issue with brake fluid is that it absorbs water. Then eventually the water causes corrosion inside the system, and can boil in the brake wheel cylinder. you just need a short hose from...
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    Valves

    Welcome to the jungle!
    Valves as mentioned are not that difficult to do. I would recommend looking to see if the PAIR valve has been removed before attempting the Valves. IF it is still there, buy...
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    My W lost her mind

    My wife wants me to purchase another bike! (Goldwing) for the long trips! Goods news is she wants me to keep the VTX!:mrgreen:
    Any you guys know anything about a Goldwing? Looking right now at the...
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    Your Rear

    Your Rear-end (butt) will thank you. Smoother ride the MT. :mrgreen:
  17. Thread: Dynabeads

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    DynaBeads

    I used AIRSOFT pellets in my darkside, i just had them in a baggie ready, after the tire was on the rim, unseated, i just poured them in. Put about 4 oz in there and ride it like you stole it.
  18. Thread: running lean

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    Here is a good instruction on how to work on the...

    Here is a good instruction on how to work on the carb. --http://www.vtxoa.com/forums/showthread.php?206510-1300-Carburator-Scar-Mod-A-F-Mix-amp-Idle-Adj-Fuel-Pump-bypass

    Jets can be picked up or...
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    Nail Puller

    I used a carpenters NAIL Puller, it hooked them and removed them in seconds.

    BTW- you can buy the crush gaskets at Auotzone- Advanced Auto - O-Rielly's -Napa ( your local parts store)
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    10 Min AF Screw

    I posted this a while back, can't seem to find it now? I like doing things myself, and saving $ where i can.

    You can make your own AF adjuster with:

    1. Aprox 6" 1/8" Steel or SST cable
    2...
  21. Thread: wheel wobble

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    All Balls

    If you replaced the neck bearings with stock replacement bearings, you will have the same problem. Replace them with ALL Balls, tighten them up until there is slight resistance turning the bars. I am...
  22. Thread: New Tires

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    Can't resist

    I have the General Grabber 205/70/15 rear - Avon Rode Rider AM26 front (universal tire)
    Have about 4k on them now. Love them!
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    Bars

    I used a set of 1800 "F" Risers. Worked great for me. Found them on the 1800 classifieds for about $30
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    Jets

    I agree with Greg. If you want to enlarge the existing main jet, drill it. .078 (5/64") is real close to a #200 main jet. 2.05mm is real close to a 205 main, 2.1mm is 210 main, 2.15 is 215 you get...
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    Batteries

    Here is some good reading about batteries. They can be damaged by Not charging, by Overcharging with to high voltage, by charging to fast with large amps, poor maintenance, improper storage and...
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