That's a common problem on these. I hear from others the best thing to do is go buy one for a harley and use a 6MM threaded rod to bridge the gap.
I did the same thing with an aftermarket antenna from the auto-parts store when mine fell off within hours of bringing it home. Served as a useful, but ugly substitute until the dealer was able to replace it.
Hopefully the other thread you've got pans out and you don't have to rig something up like suggested.
Thanks for the input guys. I picked up a nice looking black short fiberglass one at Advance for $16 and it looks good. Napom, I would be interested in your OEM if you decide to take it off. Just let me know if/when you do. Appreciate it.
Some may remember all the "Frankenprojects" I put my Vaq thru, and it turned out to be a nice little hot rod. One mistake I did make was installing a V&H 2-1 exhaust, as it's baffle design was poopoo and the front exhaust tube hit in the rite hand corners.
The one thing I did not agree with was...
I have a Two Brothers Exhaust for sale for the Vulcan S. It sounds absolutely amazing and is pretty loud.. but in a good way! Decent paint, it is an exhaust so the paint is a little faded but isn’t rusted. Asking $400 firm.
Resurrecting this thread. Still have a lot of good parts.
Complete forks, wheels, ecm. Very good front & rear fenders. Mounted a new 205/60 Altimax car tire on rear wheel.
Folks, a couple of months ago I purchased a 2004, Vulcan 1600Classic
with intentions of repairing and putting back...
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