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  • Recent Forum Posts


    Dennis Kirk online.

    Looking for wind sheild/screen

    amc49 Today, 08:41 PM Go to last post

    You're missing something, all pieces unbolt to let the head come off easily.



    Canít remove head

    amc49 Today, 08:36 PM Go to last post

    Can anyone point me in some direction? I have an 02 Nighthawk. I see screens on these all the time but can't locate any. Thanks in advance. Tom

    Looking for wind sheild/screen

    docjones Today, 06:11 PM Go to last post

    Finally got a really sweet 02. 13,500 miles, new tires and the bike runs great. Not to brag but I only paid $2000.00 I looked all over the Southeast for

    I'm looking to buy a 98

    docjones Today, 06:01 PM Go to last post

    Search YouTube, there are plenty of videos showing how to fix it. First step it to take it apart, it may just be loose bolts.

    Sent from

    Bike wont start

    grepper Today, 04:11 PM Go to last post

    1980cb k - Iím removing the head but the cam chain tensioner has a mounting bracket secured to the top of it, which is the only thing stopping the head

    Canít remove head

    Longer Today, 04:02 PM Go to last post