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Voluptuous 'V'
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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
Better than new chrome Alt. Cover for a 2004? or later? V-Rod.

I thought I was buying a used 2003 alternator cover from a fellow 1130cc.com member. Happens to be, after chroming and trying to install, it would not fit:banghead: On top of that, I have a new leak at the wire exit of the original cover.:banghead: Apparently, it is off a 2004? or later V-Rod that has the circular opening for the stator wires.

So...I have this beautiful Professionally Chromed (from Spacecoast Plating in Melbourne, Fl.) cover for sale. I will sell it for what I payed, which was $50 to buy used and $200 to have it re-chromed. The first $250 plus shipping takes it.

p.s. If anyone has a good used 2003 Alt. cover please chime in so I can start over again.


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MODOHOLIC ANONYMOUS
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i wasn't aware there was a difference... hmmm... good luck
 

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Man... that thang sure is purrrty!!
 

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Voluptuous 'V'
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Luvmy04VRod,

Pm replied to....Your first in line if the wait isn't too long.

Would love to get a newly chromed 2003 cover installed asap in order to keep me from draining the oil again and adjusting/fixing the rubber grommet leak on the original cover then turning around and doing it once again for the new cover.
 

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I have the alt cover off of my 2004 B at this time.
I also have an early model cover factory chromed but with a different exit point/configuration for the wires of the stator. the later style that came on my bike has a round hole in the cover just almost to the edge of the cover, the early one has a v cast into the edge to allow for the wires to exit the cover. the early cover part number cast into the cover ends in -01 the later model has -04.
 
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