How To Lower Kawasaki Drifter
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The rack, however, hasn't fared as well. . The repair guy tells me my parts still haven't come in, but he had told me where he ordered them from. . Progressive Suspension Fork Lowering Kits for VN1500 Vulcan Drifter, Nomad or Bonneville.
Jim's bike is a 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa that he bought new and has put an ungodly number of miles. Product Specs, manufacturer Part Number: 10-1564, sold in Units: Kit, fitment for Progressive Suspension Fork Lowering Kits for VN1500 Vulcan Drifter, Nomad or Bonneville. When I saw an ebay listing for red turn signal lenses with blue dots for a Kawasaki Drifter, I was ecstatic and paid a hefty. . After Brandon got fiberglass the pearl on, things really started to take shape. . Since the neighbor was home, he introduced me become so I could see his. .
Meant" but the one on the left side includes a bracket to hold the brake line in place probably not a good idea to take off. Not i" that was a chore, which got me within about 3" In a panic, dodging bugs all the way, that involved pulling off the rear fender in order to run the wires in through the taillight housing. It is recommended lowering the rear of the bike the same amount.
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I emailed write him back and told him to keep me in mind if he ever wanted to sell it back. As we went to leave, I let out the clutch and the bike hickey drifted back just enough for us to hear it crunch.
I think he just liked having her in his front window. I thought the front fender needed something, so I found some PVC trim in chrome finish. And safely home, although she sputtered the whole way and I had to restart her at every traffic light. .
Customs had torn apart and thrown back.
Finding saddlebag brackets for a Drifter is about as tough a task as you can take. .
The package came the day after I said goodbye to the old bike, and I couldn't wait to dig. .
A few hours of agonizing over several ebay options led me to these halogen spotlights, made by Doss, with LED turn signals built into them. .
Those tank emblems really work well on there.
The chrome trim and the decal I found also looked great on the back. For my 1st 800 I bought a Corbin seat which alters it tremendously well, albeit you sit lower, but further back. It took some doing, but I was able to get the seat apart and the pillion off of the rack. . This required a bit of rewiring, since the front signals were originally running lights (always on, blinking brighter with a signal) and these were turn signals only. .
The rear seat that was on the bike turned out to be aftermarket (actually, a generic pillion mounted on an aftermarket luggage rack!). . When they are posed side by side, it's so much more apparent the different directions these two bikes have taken - one towards an old-school, bare knuckled road bike, the other a smooth and classy cruiser. First, every Drifter built between 20 was painted exactly the same with the same colors.