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    2005 Kawasaki Vulcan 1600 Nomad Accessories

    2005 Kawasaki Vulcan 1600 Nomad
    Tire Size:
    Front: 150/80-16, Rear: 170/70-16
    Spark Plug:
    DPR6EA-9
    Battery:
    YTX20CH-BS
    Oil Filter:
    KN-204
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    Mark (Tupelo, MS)

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    Great Price....

    Bought XL to fit a Vulcan 800 Classic. Fit great. The problem I have with it is it is coming apart at the seems. Haven't had it very long at all and it has holes in it where the seams have separated. Again, it was very inexpensive so you get what you pay for. In an emergency situation it would do.

    CHESTER (AURORA, CO)

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    motorcycle cover

    This is my second cover from Dowco and my bike sits in the weather all the time. It lasts about 4 years then starts wearing out and deteriorating. I get the next size bigger to fit all around my bike with windshield and bags. Easy to put on and take off and I like the clip underneath to secure the cover better in wind. Good product.

    Mel (Newton, IA)

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    Tom Tom GPS for mootorcycle

    The ads need to state that these will not fit a square tube handlebar such as all Goldwings. I did some serious modifying and did get it to work however. Also for the high price of this thing, it should at least come with an operating handbook. It doesn't. It wants you to download some huge file for a handbook. So I am still learning trying to figure out how to operate it. On the plus side it is a nice screen with shade protector and has good 3D graphics.

    Steve (Modesto, CA)

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    PJ1 Fast Black Paint

    I've been using PJ1 Fast Black Paints for years! I used them in the '70's when I was racing, I used them in the '80's when I was customizing Vans and Jeeps, and I use them now for all of my vintage restorations! Couldn't get by without them!

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