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Based on the Kawasaki

®

Vulcan 900

®

SERVICE PRODEDURES

PARTS/PRICE LIST

FLAT RATE TIMES

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FOREWARD

This service supplement is designed for use by authorized Lehman Trikes dealer technicians. Online copies of this supplement may be printed for internal use in your shop. This supplement is for use in a properly equipped shop and should remain available for reference in the shop area. All references to left hand (LH) and right hand (RH) side of the trike are from the operator’s perspective when seated in a normal riding position.

Some procedures outlined in this supplement require sound knowledge of mechanical theory, tool use, and shop procedures in order to perform work safely and correctly. Illustrations may show a trike body or other component removed for clarity. These illustrations are for photographic purposes only and may or may not indicate removing such components. If you are unsure about how to perform any procedure,

call Lehman Trikes before you start work.

Read the text and become familiar with the service procedures before starting any work. Some procedures require the use of special tools. Use only the proper tools as specified. If you have any doubt as to your ability to perform any of the procedures outlined in this service supplement or within the posted flat rate times, contact Lehman Trikes before you start work at 1-888-394-3357.

© 2011. All rights reserved.

Lehman Trikes

® provides this publication as is without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied. While every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this manual, Lehman Trikes

® assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions. Neither is any liability assumed for damages resulting from the use of the information contained herein. Lehman Trikes

® reserves the right to revise and improve its products as it sees fit. This publication describes the state of this product at the time of its publication, and may not reflect the product in the future.

Lehman Trikes

® is a registered trademark. All other brands and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. Printed in the United States of America.

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SAFETY INFORMATION

UNDERSTANDING SAFETY LABELS & INSTRUCTIONS

READ AND BECOME FAMILIAR WITH ALL WARNING, CAUTION SYMBOLS AND STATEMENTS

LISTED BELOW AND IN THE TEXT OF THIS MANUAL BEFORE YOU BEGIN WORK.

DANGER, WARNINGS & CAUTION SYMBOLS

This is the safety alert symbol. When you see this symbol on your machine or in this manual, be alert to the potential for personal injury. Your safety is involved!

WARNING

SAFETY ALERT WARNING indicates a potential hazard that may result in severe injury or death to the operator, bystander or person (s) inspecting or servicing the vehicle.

CAUTION

Indicates a potential hazard that may result in minor personal injury or damage to the vehicle.

CAUTION

CAUTION indicates special precautions that must be taken to avoid vehicle damage or property damage.

NOTE:

NOTE provides key information by clarifying instructions.

IMPORTANT

:

IMPORTANT provides key reminders during disassembly, assembly and inspection of components.

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R & R AIR BAG: RECOMMENDED TIME: .60 HRS.

TOOLS REQUIRED:

9/16” socket

3/8” ratchet

1-1/8” wrench

11mm wrench

Torque wrench

Loctite 243

RELATED PARTS:

Air bag S001572

Air bag compression fitting

S001570

Air line 12” S001573

REMOVAL

1. Remove RH rear wheel (See R&R Wheels).

Fig. 1

Fig. 2

3. See Fig. 1. Remove cap from air valve and release air from system.

4. See Fig. 2. Release air line from compression fitting on top of air bag.

5. See Fig. 3. Remove upper jam nut using a

1-1/8” wrench. Remove air bag from upper mounting bracket.

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R & R AIR BAG CONTINUED: RECOMMENDED TIME: .60 HRS.

Fig. 4

REMOVAL CONTINUED

6. See Fig. 4. Remove lower mounting bolt using

9/16” socket.

7. Remove air bag from trike.

8. Remove compression fitting from top of air bag using 11mm wrench.

REPLACEMENT

1. See Fig. 5. Install compression fitting into new air bag.

2. See Fig. 6. Install air bag between upper mount bracket and differential.

3. Install original lower mounting bolt and washers using 9/16” socket. Torque bolt to 35ft.lbs.

4. Install air bag to upper bracket using jam nut with Loctite 243. Secure using 1-1/8” wrench.

5. Reinstall air line to compression fitting. Lightly pull on hose to confirm it is locked in place.

6. See Fig. 7. Pressurize air bag with hand pump and check for leaks. See label next to air valve on body for recommended air bag pressure.

Fig. 5

8. Reinstall RH rear wheel. Torque wheel to 85 ft.-lbs. (75 for wire wheels).

Air Bag Valve

Fig. 7

PSI Label

Fig. 6

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BRAKE BLEEDING PROCEDURE

8mm socket

TOOLS REQUIRED:

8mm wrench

1/4” ratchet

Vacuum bleeder (if available)

Note: Additional help may be required for bleeding procedure.

1. See Fig. 1. Remove rear brake reservoir cover using 8mm socket.

2. Remove reservoir lid and fill with DOT 4 brake fluid.

3. If available, use a vacuum brake bleeder. If manual bleed procedure is required, skip to step 8 below.

4. See Fig. 2. Install an 8mm wrench to the bleeder screw on the LH caliper followed by the vacuum bleeder hose.

5. Remove air from the brake system by opening the bleeder screw slightly and turning on the

vacuum bleeder.

6. Once brake fluid has consistently started flowing through vacuum bleeder, close the bleeder screw and remove the vacuum hose and wrench. Repeat steps 1-6 for the RH side.

Note: Be sure to watch the fluid level in the reservoir so more air is not introduced into the system.

7. For manual bleeding, install an 8mm wrench and a clear hose over the LH bleeder screw.

8. SLOWLY and EVENLY pump the brake pedal

7-8 times and hold the pedal down after the last pump.

9. With the brake pedal held down, open the bleeder screw. Bubbles will surface into the hose.

10. Close the bleeder screw.

11. Repeat steps 8-11 for RH side. Repeat procedure for both sides if necessary.

12. Once complete, remove hose and wrench and clean up any residual brake fluid.

13. Fill reservoir with DOT 4 brake fluid to within

1/8” from top.

14. Reinstall reservoir lid.

15. Reinstall reservoir cover using 8mm socket.

Warning: Before moving trike after servicing brakes, pump brake pedal to pressurize system. Test brakes at low speeds to verify proper operation. Improper brake operation could result in death or serious injury.

Fig. 1

Fig. 2

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R & R BRAKE PAD, RECOMMENDED TIME: .30HRS./SIDE

TOOLS REQUIRED:

3/8” Allen socket

3/8” ratchet

Torque wrench

RELATED PARTS:

Brake Pads S001627

Rotor S001580

Removal

NOTE: Replace brake pads if material on pad is worn to 0.030 (0.8mm) or less. Replace rotors if thickness is 0.220 in. (5.59 mm) or less.

1. Remove wheels (see R&R wheels).

2. See Fig. 1. Remove c-clips from brake pad retaining bolts.

3. See Fig. 2. Remove brake pad retaining bolts using 3/8” Allen socket.

4. Remove caliper from rotor and remove brake pads.

5. Inspect caliper for any leaks or damage.

6. Inspect brake rotor surface condition and wear.

NOTE: Replace rotors if pitted, grooved, scored or below minimum thickness (see

above).

Replacement

1. Inspect new brake pads and remove any residue from surface with brake cleaner.

2. Install pads into caliper and slide caliper over rotor.

3. Reinstall brake pad retaining bolts using 3/8”

Allen socket. Torque bolts to 30 ft.-lbs.

4. Refer to Fig. 1. Reinstall c-clips to end of retaining bolts.

5. Repeat procedure for opposite side.

6. Adjust park brake at handle if necessary.

Reinstall rear wheel. Torque wheels to 85 ft.lbs. (75 for wire wheels).

Warning: Before moving trike after servicing brakes, pump brake pedal to pressurize system. Test brakes at low speeds to verify proper operation. Improper brake operation could result in death or serious injury.

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Fig. 1

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R & R CALIPER: .50 HRS/SIDE

TOOLS REQUIRED:

19mm wrench, 8mm wrench

3/8” ratchet, 14mm deep socket

Needle nose pliers

Flat screwdriver

Torque wrench

RELATED PARTS:

S001566- Caliper

S001580- Rotor

S001640- Banjo bolt

GC6002- Cooper washer

REMOVAL

1. Remove wheel (See R&R Wheels).

2. See Fig. 1. Turn adjustment knob counter clockwise to release tension on cables.

3. See Fig. 2. Remove park brake cable from caliper. Flatten tabs on cable lock ring using

needle nose pliers to release from mounting bracket. Rotate cable to release barrel end from lever on caliper.

4. See Fig. 3. Remove banjo bolt from caliper using 14mm deep socket.

5. See Fig. 4. Remove caliper mounting bolts (2) using 19mm deep socket.

Remove caliper from rotor.

REPLACEMENT

1. Install new caliper over rotor.

2. Reinstall caliper mounting bolts. Torque bolts to 35 ft.-lbs.

3. Reinstall banjo bolt and cooper washers to caliper. Torque fitting to 16 ft.-lbs.

4. See Fig. 2. Reinstall park brake cable barrel end into lever on caliper. Install cable lock ring into caliper bracket with washer in place. Bend tabs using flat screwdriver to secure to bracket.

5. Adjust park brake at handle if necessary. Adjust park brake system at handle by rotating knob clockwise.

6. Bleed brake system (see brake bleed procedure).

7. Reinstall rear wheel. Torque wheel to 85 ft.lbs. (75 for wire wheels).

Fig. 1

Fig. 2

Fig. 3

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R & R DIFFERENTIAL: 2 HRS.

TOOLS REQUIRED:

9/16” socket, 19mm deep socket

16mm socket, 17mm socket

3/8” ratchet, 17mm wrench

Side cutters, torque wrench

Tape measure, belt deflection tool

RELATED PARTS:

Differential S001563

Pulley/Carrier Assembly S001006

REMOVAL

1. Remove operator seat.

2. Remove rear wheels (See R&R Wheels).

3. Remove cap from air valve and release pressure from air bag system (See R&R Air Bag).

4. Remove lower air bag mounting bolt using

9/16” socket (See R&R Air Bag).

5. See Fig. 1. Remove differential brace from housing using 9/16” socket. Rotate brace forward for clearance.

6. See Fig. 2. Cut cable ties that secure brake lines to axle tubes. Remove brake lines from retaining clips on swingarm.

7. Remove caliper mounting bolts (2) using

19mm deep socket. Remove caliper from rotor and place on lift. Remove rotor from axle.

8. See Fig. 2. Mark a reference point between swingarm and differential mounting plates.

Make a mark on the adjuster screw also. This will help with alignment during reassembly.

9. See Fig. 3. Loosen adjuster screw jam nuts using 17mm wrench. Back off adjuster screw.

10. See Fig. 3. Loosen differential to swingarm mounting bolts using 16mm socket and 18mm

wrench. Slide differential forward.

Fig. 1

Remove bolt and rotate forward

Fig. 2

Reference mark

Brake line attachment

Fig. 3

Adjuster Screw

Mounting hardware

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R & R DIFFERENTIAL CONTINUED: 2 HRS.

REMOVAL CONTINUED

11. See Fig. 4. Remove lower swingarm linkage bolt using 17mm socket and wrench.

12. Lower differential to gain access to housing bolts. Remove differential housing bolts using

9/16” socket.

13. Remove RH differential to swingarm mounting bolts.

14. Separate differential housing by inserting bolts

(2) into the threaded holes in the housing

15. Remove RH housing from trike.

16. Remove pulley/carrier assembly from housing.

Use care while working belt over pulley.

17. Remove LH differential to swingarm mounting bolts.

18. Remove LH housing from trike.

REPLACEMENT

19. If replacing differential, separate new housing.

20. Using jack stand, install LH housing to swingarm using original hardware. Hand tighten hardware.

21. Slide belt into differential housing.

22. Apply a thin coat of anti-seize to bearing bores on LH/RH housings.

23. Grease carrier assembly if necessary.

24. Reinstall pulley/carrier assembly into housing with grease fitting facing the right side. Work belt around pulley while installing.

25. Install RH differential housing over carrier assembly. Using the housing bolts, pull the two halves together.

26. Tighten housing bolts in a cross pattern using

9/16” socket. Torque bolts to 35 ft.-lbs.

27. Install RH housing to swingarm using original hardware. Hand tighten hardware.

28. See Fig. 4. Raise differential and reinstall lower swingarm linkage bolt using 17mm

socket and wrench. Torque bolt to 44 ft.-lbs.

29. Refer to Fig. 3. Pull housing rearward while turning adjuster screws until reference marks made during disassembly are realigned.

30. See Fig. 5. Measure belt deflection using a tape measure and proper belt tensioning tool.

Belt deflection should 1/4” at 10lbs. Measure in front of rear pulley as shown.

Fig. 5

Measure at rear pulley

Apply pressure between front and rear pulley

Air Bag Valve

PSI Label

Fig. 4

Lower Linkage Bolt

Fig. 6

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R & R DIFFERENTIAL CONTINUED: 2 HRS.

REPLACEMENT CONTINUED

31. Manually rotate belt to verify proper tracking.

Belt should run in center of front pulley.

32. Reinstall differential brace to housing using

9/16” socket. Torque bolt to 35 ft.-lbs.

33. Tighten jam nuts on adjuster screws using

17mm wrench.

34. Torque swingarm to differential bolts to 93 ft.lbs. using 16mm socket and 18 mm wrench.

35. Reinstall caliper mounting bolts (2) using

19mm deep socket. Torque bolts to 35 ft.-lbs.

36. See Fig. 2. Install cable tie to secure brake lines to axle tubes. Reinstall brake lines to retaining clips on swingarm.

37. Align air bag to differential and reinstall original lower mounting bolt and washers using 9/16”

socket. Torque bolt to 35ft.-lbs.

38. See Fig. 6. Pressurize air bag with hand pump and check for leaks. See label next to air valve on body for recommended air bag pressure.

39. Reinstall operator seat.

40. Reinstall rear wheels. Torque wheels to 85 ft.lbs. (75 for wire wheel).

Air Bag Valve

PSI Label

Fig. 6

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R & R PARK BRAKE: .75 HRS.

TOOLS REQUIRED:

3/8” ratchet

13mm socket

1/2” wrench

Needle nose pliers

Side cutters

Flat screwdriver

RELATED PARTS:

Park brake assembly S001628

Cable clamp S001654

REMOVAL

1. Remove wheels (See R&R Wheels).

2. Remove boot from park brake handle by cutting cable tie with side cutters.

3. See Fig. 1. Turn adjustment knob counter clockwise to release tension on cables.

4. See Fig. 2. Remove park brake cables from calipers. Flatten tabs on cable lock ring using

needle nose pliers to release from mounting bracket. Rotate cable to release barrel end from lever on caliper.

5. Remove cable clamp from upper body mount using 13mm socket.

6. See Fig. 3. Remove nuts (2) from backside of park brake handle bracket using 1/2” wrench.

7. Remove park brake assembly from trike.

Fig. 1

Fig. 2

Fig. 3

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R & R PARK BRAKE CONTINUED: .75 HRS

REPLACEMENT

8. Refer to Fig. 3. Install new park brake assembly to mounting bracket using original nuts (2).

Tighten using 1/2” wrench.

9. Route short cable to LH caliper and long cable to

RH caliper. Install barrel end of cable into lever.

10. See Fig. 5. Install cable lock ring into caliper bracket with washer in place. Bend tabs using

flat screwdriver to secure to bracket. (pic)

11. Reinstall cable clamp to upper body mount with original bolt and 13mm socket.

12. Adjust park brake system at handle by rotating knob clockwise.

13. Reinstall boot and secure with cable tie.

14. Reinstall rear wheels. Torque wheels to 85 ft.lbs. (75 for wire wheels-See R&R Wheels).

Fig. 5

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R & R AXLE BEARING: 1.25 HRS./SIDE

TOOLS REQUIRED:

3/8” ratchet

9/16” deep socket

Fig. 1

20 ton Press

RELATED PARTS:

Wheel bearing

REMOVAL

Note: A 20 ton hydraulic press is recommended to remove and install axle bearing.

1. Remove wheels (See R&R Wheels).

2. Remove LH/RH rear brake calipers and rotors (see R&R caliper).

3. See Fig. 1. Remove locknuts (4) and T-bolts (4) from axle flange and retaining plate using 9/16” deep

socket.

4. Pull axle from housing. Use a slide hammer to remove axle if necessary.

5. See Fig. 2. Set axle in press and position bearing between plates. Remove and discard bearing and lock collar.

Note: When pressing new bearing to axle, make sure bearing retainer plate is not pinched between bearing and shoulder on axle.

REPLACEMENT

6. See Fig. 3. Install new bearing on axle. Set axle in press and support bearing on plates. (pic)

7. Make sure assembly is straight and press bearing until it seats against axle shoulder.

8. See Fig. 3. Press new lock collar on axle until it seats firmly against bearing. (pic)

9. Reinstall caliper mounting bracket and axle into differential housing. Rotate axle until splines engage.

10. Install locknuts (4) and T-bolts (4) through caliper bracket, axle flange and retaining plate. Torque bolts to

44 ft.-lbs.

11. Reinstall calipers. Torque bolts to 35 ft.-lbs.

12. Reinstall rear wheels. Torque wheels to 85 ft.-lbs. (75 for wire wheels). collar

Fig. 2

Remove bearing and lock

Fig. 3

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R & R WHEELS

TOOLS REQUIRED:

3/8” ratchet

3” extension, 3/8 drive

Fig. 1

13/16” or 3/4" deep socket (depending on wheel design)

Torque wrench

Axle stud CS1001

RELATED PARTS:

REMOVAL

1. Place trike on lift and secure front wheel.

2. Remove rear wheel center caps (center cap design may vary based on wheel options).

3. Before lifting trike, set the park brake and loosen lugs nuts in a crisscross pattern.

4. See Fig. 1. Lift trike using a jack under differential housing with two safety jack stands under left and right rear axles.

5. See Fig. 1. Place center stand under rear motorcycle frame as shown.

Remove lug nuts and pull wheel from axle studs.

REPLACEMENT

CAUTION: DO NOT USE AIR TOOLS TO REMOVE LUG NUTS. WHEEL DAMAGE MAY OCCUR.

1. Install wheel to axle studs and start lug nuts.

2. Torque lug nuts to 85ft.-lbs. (75 for wire wheels).

3. Reinstall center caps.

4. Remove center stand from motorcycle frame.

5. Remove jack stands and lower trike. Remove jack.

6. Lower lift and remove trike.

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TORQUE SPECS

AXLE FLANGE NUTS .......................................................................................................44 FT. LBS.

BANJO BOLTS .................................................................................................................16 FT. LBS.

CALIPER MOUNTING BOLTS .........................................................................................35 FT. LBS.

DIFFERENTIAL HOUSING BOLTS ..................................................................................35 FT. LBS.

OEM SHOCK BOLTS........................................................................................................54 FT. LBS.

REAR WHEEL LUG NUTS............................85 FT. LBS. (75 FT. LBS STANDARD WIRE WHEEL)

SWINGARM PIVOT SHAFT ..............................................................................................65 FT. LBS.

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FLAT RATE PROCEDURE

BODY

Air Bag R&R

BRAKE

Brake Pads R&R

Park Brake Assembly R&R

Brake Caliper R&R

DRIVE

Wheel Bearing R&R

Differential R&R

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QTY.

1

1

1

1

1

1

TIME

0.60

0.30

0.75

0.60

1.25

2.00

STORM PARTS AND PRICE LIST

(PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

S001647

S001630

S001633

S001636

S001626

S001593

S001594

S001568

S001569

S001570

S001571

S001572

S001573

PART NUMBER

CW2536

S001691

S001664

S001669

S001670

S001671

S001674

S001653

S001654

S001655

S001657

S001643

S001645

S001574

S001575

S001469

S001426

S001403

S001039

S001062

LS6405

PUB0001

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PART NUMBER

S001650

S001628

S001580

S001564

S001566

S001567

S001559

S001537

S001429

S001278

S001352

HB1006

GC6002

BODY

DESCRIPTION

WEATHER SEAL SPONGE PROFILE

EPA EMISSIONS LABEL

REFLECTOR, RED, TAPE (STORM)

LEHMAN PRIDE INSERT

DECAL LH REAR STORM

DECAL RH REAR STORM

CABLE ASSEMBLY, 0.25" PIN, 16.5"

BUMP STOP, METRIC 10MM STUD

P-CLAMP, 1/2DIAVNL .343 HOLE

TAPPED PLATE, HINGE, STORM

TAIL LIGHT, STORM

AIR BAG, INFLATION LABEL

STORM BADGE

OWNERS MANUAL

GRAB HANDLE

TRUNK MAT

BODY COMPLETE STORM

BRACKET TRUNK SUPPORT STORM

TRUNK LATCH

HINGE, TRUNK, STORM

AIR BAG LOWER MOUNT

BRACKET, BODY MOUNT STORM

AIR BAG STORM

SHRADER VALVE

AIR BAG FITTING

AIR BAG LINE

WORM DRIVE HOSE CLAMP QUICK RELEASE

GROMMET ID .88, OD 1.25, .19 PANEL

BRACKET UNIVERS LICENSE PLATE LIGHT

LABEL, LEHMAN COMPLIANCE

BADGE, LTI OVAL, 1.56 X 3

BRACKET, LICENSE PLATE

DOCUMENT POUCH

SPACER FRT BODY MOUNT

MANUAL, SAFETY

BRAKES

DESCRIPTION

BRAKE LINE ROUTING CLIPS

PARK BRAKE ASSEMBLY WITH CABLES

BRAKE ROTOR - STORM

BRAKE CALIPER BRACKET STORM

BRAKE CALIPER, REAR

BRKT PARK BRAKE LEVER DAKOTA

O-RING,#205,3/8"ID,5/8"OD BUNA70

ADAPTOR, BANJO STRAIGHT

BRAKE LINE STAINLESS BRAIDED 26"

MOUNT,BRAKE TEE ASSEMBLY

ADAPTER,BANJO,TWIN

BOOT PARK BRAKE BLACK

WASHER COPPER, BANJO SEALING (M10)

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1 EA

2 EA

1 EA

1 EA

1 EA

1 EA

2 EA

1 EA

1 EA

1 EA

1 EA

1 EA

12 IN

QTY.

UNIT DLR. COST

5 FT

1 EA

4 EA

1 EA

1 EA

1.04

0.24

2.31

0.00

20.00

1 EA

1 EA

1 EA

1 EA

2 EA

1 EA

1 EA

1 EA

MSRP

$1.35

$0.31

$3.00

$0.00

$26.00

20.00

2.85

3.62

$26.00

$3.71

$4.71

0.50

4.52

$0.65

$5.87

95.08

$123.60

0.22

3.98

$0.28

$5.18

0.00

22.00

25.00

13.39

5.98

5.82

5.24

3.49

3.49

$0.00

$28.60

$32.50

738.41

$959.93

3.02

$3.93

$17.41

$7.77

$7.57

131.66

$171.16

60.06

$78.08

$6.81

$4.54

$4.54

4 EA

4 EA

1 EA

1 EA

1 EA

1 EA

1 EA

2 EA

1 EA

1.16

0.43

22.00

9.50

7.58

19.04

3.95

5.36

2.03

$1.51

$0.56

$28.60

$12.35

$9.85

$24.75

$5.14

$6.97

$2.64

QTY.

UNIT DLR. COST

3 EA

1 EA

1 EA

2 EA

2 PC

2.79

90.00

49.75

8.01

9.62

MSRP

$3.63

$117.00

$64.68

$10.41

$12.50

1 EA

1 EA

2 EA

2 EA

1 EA

1 EA

1 EA

7 EA

16.87

1.12

6.17

19.70

8.33

13.55

13.00

0.25

$21.93

$1.46

$8.02

$25.61

$10.83

$17.62

$16.90

$0.32

PART NUMBER

S001623

S001622

S001563

S001006

PART NUMBER

S001687

S001663

S001621

S001597

S001600

S001589

S001576

S001577

S001578

GC1020

PART NUMBER

S001579

GH0023-6

GH0023-8

PART NUMBER

S001587

S001588

PART NUMBER

S001637

S001639

S001641

S001642

S001611

S001586

S001583

S001584

S001581

S001582

HD0015

GB1030

PART NUMBER

S001501

S001476

HW0053

GT1972

DRIVE

DESCRIPTION

DIFF SUPPORT COUPLER

SWING ARM BUSHING

DIFFERENTIAL STORM

CARRIER/PULLEY ASSY FLH 07-08

EXHAUST

DESCRIPTION

BRACKET EXHAUST SHIELD STORM

CLAMP, TUBE, 5/8" X 3/8 WIDE

HEAT SHIELD, 1.5" X 4" STRAIGHT

EXHAUST CROSSOVER TUBE STORM

EXHAUST CLAMP 1"

HEAT SHIELD

EXHAUST HANGER STORM

EXHAUST PIPE REAR STORM

EXHAUST PIPE FRONT STORM

CLAMP EXHAUST 37-40MM

ELECTRICAL

DESCRIPTION

WIRING HARNESS (STORM)

CONNECTOR, 2 PIN FEMALE

CONTACT, MALE TERMINAL

FRAME

DESCRIPTION

BEARING ROLLER 25X32X30

BRACKET FRAME REINFORCEMENT

SUSPENSION

DESCRIPTION

PLATE, COUNTER SUNK POWDER COAT

SPACER .328"ID X 0.700"OD X 0.605"

ROD END M10 X 1.5 MALE, RH

ROD END M10 X 1.5 MALE, LH

SIDE RAIL SWINGARM DAKOTA

SWINGARM, STORM

BRACKET STEERING STABILIZER FRAME M

BRACKET STEERING STABILIZER TREE MT

TRIPLE TREE 5* UPPER

TRIPLE TREE 5* LOWER

STEERING DAMPER JACKAL & TRAMP

BEARING SWING ARM (6203C3)

WHEEL

DESCRIPTION

VALVE STEM ASSY TR413 RBBR CHROME

WEIGHT ADHESIVE BACKED 1/4 OZ

WHEEL, SILVER, 09 STANDARD

TIRE 205-60/R15 DUNLAP

UNIT QTY. DLR. COST

1 EA 16.80

1 EA

1 EA

1 EA

7.17

MSRP

$21.84

$9.32

454.00

$908.00

320.63

$416.81

UNIT QTY. DLR. COST

1 EA

1 EA

1 EA

5.76

0.75

19.81

1 EA

1 EA

1 EA

1 EA

1 EA

1 EA

2 EA

20.65

2.88

32.00

12.52

19.00

19.00

4.09

MSRP

$7.48

$0.98

$25.76

$26.85

$3.74

$41.60

$16.28

$24.70

$24.70

$5.32

UNIT QTY. DLR. COST

1 EA 77.47

MSRP

$100.71

1 EA 34.84

$45.29

2 EA 34.84

$45.29

UNIT QTY. DLR. COST

2 EA 15.05

1 EA 47.30

MSRP

$19.56

$61.49

UNIT QTY. DLR. COST

2 EA 8.04

4 EA

1 EA

9.70

8.74

1 EA

2 EA

1 EA

1 EA

1 EA

8.74

15.72

299.51

42.76

7.49

MSRP

$10.46

$12.61

$11.36

$11.36

$20.44

$389.36

$55.59

$9.73

1 EA

1 EA

1 EA

1 EA

101.66

$132.16

132.05

$171.67

79.66

$103.56

8.98

$11.67

UNIT QTY. DLR. COST

2 EA

6 EA

0.55

0.09

2 EA

2 EA

MSRP

$0.72

$0.12

81.55

$106.02

79.95

$103.94

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