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13 Kawasaki Vulcan Vn1700 Vaquero 1700 Engine Motor 4,373 Miles on 2040-parts.com

US $1,899.95
Location:

Massillon, Ohio, United States

Massillon, Ohio, United States
Condition:Used


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This came off a running, 2013 Kawasaki VN1700J Vulcan Vaquero, fuel injected with 4,373 known miles on it. We were unable to dyno the unit due to the bike having front end damage. Charging system was working and chargin @ 14.7 volts. Engine did start and run however there was some lifter noise (may quite if the unit is ran longer). Please scroll down and watch the videos of the bike running, parts working, etc. prior to disassembly. Also please scroll down and review the pictures for this part. Many parts will fit multiple years and models, but please check to be sure. All items are used and contain normal wear unless otherwise stated. Most items come with mounting hardware when available, but is absolutely not guaranteed. All items sold as is without warranty, refunds or exchanges. Please be sure to review the posted pictures, terms and conditions at the bottom of the page before bidding or buying. All Ohio customers and in store pickups will be charged Ohio sales tax. Other items are available for sale for this bike in our ebay store.

Brief Description of Part and/or Noticeable Damage other than normal wear:

WATER PUMP IS BROKEN, CHROME COVER ON TOP IS GOUGED BY MOUNT AS SHOWN

                                                                          

                                                                     

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