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Old 03-22-2012, 04:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2005 Midnight Parts:Wheels/Side Covers/Lights

Have some 2005 midnight extras for sale, all of the parts have been sitting in a garage since 06, they were all taken off of the bike within 1500 miles of purchase. All of the items are in excellent shape, just covered with a thick layer of garage funk. Please email me directly at npdlou@optonline.net I don't always get a chance to log onto this website but I do check my mail frequently, also the items are located in Morris County, NJ so of course local pick up would save shipping costs.
Here's what I have for sale:
Front wheel, No rotors, it does have a valve stem
$125 + $40 shipping
Rear wheel, has pulley but no rotor, it does have a valve stem
$200 + $50 shipping
Left side cover (AIS)
$40 + $10 shipping
Right Side cover (Air Box) I actually have 2 of these (don't know why)
$75 + $10 shipping
Stock solo seat, it looks brand new ******SOLD*****
$100 + $15 shipping
Tail light/turn signals/rear plate holder (2 sets of signals as seen in pic)*****SOLD*****
$25 + $10 shipping


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Old 03-22-2012, 05:41 PM   #2 (permalink)
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do you have the front turn signals, hand controls or even forward controls for sale?
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I have the front signals but i'm not looking to sell them, I might be putting them back on. As for the other goods, that's a negative.
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Wish that front rim was a 5 spoke i'd be all over it.
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I juat bought the seat... but what about those wheels. end price, both wheels????
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I'll take the seat if it's still available. PM sent.
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Old 03-23-2012, 12:33 AM   #7 (permalink)
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@Jersey,
Can you (or anyone else) tell me if the rear turn signals are dimensionally the same as the front? I know the wiring is different (2 filament in the front, single in rear) but are the "casings" the same? Just the black plastic part, not the rubber mounting part which is definitely different.

I'm asking cause I'm looking for a replacement for a front blinker on my Midnight... parts manual shows they are only sold as a complete assembly, and my bike didn't have any rear signals when I bought it so I can't compare the two myself. Thanks!

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I will take the tail light and turn signals. broke my tail light Sunday and need it. Will pm for details, thanks
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Cheech.....the lights are the same , I opened up the light to see how it's connected, you'd probably have to disassemble the whole piece because the front's are connected directly to the fork clamp, however it appears that you'd be able to do it in about 5 minutes.
Zalama....If you're talking about both wheels, I would say the best I would do is $350 shipped, however you appear to be located in Finland, so I really don't know what it would cost to ship these there, but I wouldn't think it would be cheap.
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@Jersey,
Can you (or anyone else) tell me if the rear turn signals are dimensionally the same as the front? I know the wiring is different (2 filament in the front, single in rear) but are the "casings" the same? Just the black plastic part, not the rubber mounting part which is definitely different.

I'm asking cause I'm looking for a replacement for a front blinker on my Midnight... parts manual shows they are only sold as a complete assembly, and my bike didn't have any rear signals when I bought it so I can't compare the two myself. Thanks!

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I've done this exact thing, they are the same housing.
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