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  1. VTX 1300 Riders Board
    Just became the owner of a 2005 VTX1300 about a month ago. When I apply the brakes, (especially when it's really hot outside) I hear what reminds me of the sound those cicadas make. It's more noticeable from the rear brake but the front one makes a similar sound too. I never noticed it the first...
  2. VTX 1300 Riders Board
    I have a 2007 VTX 1300C purchased brand new with 6700 miles on it. Recently, After being garaged all winter (Ohio weather) I pulled the bike out (about a month or two ago). I did all the normal stuff, checked the oil which I had changed at the end of last season, checked all the fluids and...
  3. VTX 1300 Riders Board
    I just installed a brand new set of brakes (front and rear). The front brakes have a very low ticking sound to them - like a roulette wheel. If I hit the front brake at speed, the sound may or may not go away. Then I can hit a hard bump in the road and it is back. Obviously, I think the pads are...
  4. 1800 Classifieds-For Sale Only
    1800C Stock shocks $60.00 plus shipping. Good shape, just replaced with progressive 412's. 1800C Stock handlebars $25.00 plus shipping. 1800C Front stock Brakes lines $20.00 plus shipping. 1800C Push Pull cables stock 15.00 plus shipping for both. 1800C Hondaline Deluxe tall sissy bar and pad...
  5. VTX 1300 Riders Board
    My brake pedal goes down easily but won’t return. As long as the pedal is down the rear brake applies. I bleed the system. (it hadn’t been done in 3 years). A lot of dark fluid came out. I removed the pedal unit with piston and refill tank and disassembled and cleaned everything including the...
  6. VTX 1300 Riders Board
    So I finally found something that I really like the looks of for my new undertaker fender. Only thing is, I have no idea how to do it nor do I have the tools to do it. Has anybody done this before? I'm not sure how these were done (below), it appears they are perfectly flush and clear coated...
  7. VTX 1300 Riders Board
    I was alerted by a passing motorist (thank heaven for biker friendly chicks:twisted:) that my taillight/brake light was out. I made my way to the local parts house and after considerable work was able (with the loan of a de-locking spray and opening a screwdriver set to lend me a smaller...
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