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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-30-2012, 04:41 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for some guidance on how to replace the shift ratchet assembly on an '05 Victory Vegas. Unfortunately I don't own a service manual and from what I can find on the Internet this doesn't appear to be a job for an amateur...

Any guidance assistance very much appreciated
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Do a search here for manual. I'm sure it will take a week to get the parts.

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I'm curious about what the bike is doing or not doing when there is a problem with the shifter ratchet . Does it not shift at all ? Do some gears work and not others ? Noises ?

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ok,,,,i just read you other post about 2nd to 3rd

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I found a parts list online and confirmed my suspicion - replacing this does not appear to be a job for a weak amateur mechanic such as myself
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