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ok, i was able to get the wing to "light-up" and it tried to engage the starter but the ignition switch was buzzing so i'm sure now that it's bad and NOW it won't do anything so i have to replace the mofo. can i remove the top triple-trees without jacking this behemoth up? will the bottom trees hold the forks? i have no motersickle jack.
 

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I believe you can reach up with a socket and long extension to remove the two bolts holding the switch in place, no need to remove the the top bridge.
 

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I believe you can reach up with a socket and long extension to remove the two bolts holding the switch in place, no need to remove the the top bridge.
I believe you're right.
 

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I have rebuilt Honda ignition switches, they are not that hard to do. From my experiences, they fail because of the rivets that hold the wire connectors get loose, and with a few taps of a hammer you can tighten them up. Worth a try.


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ok, i changed out that switch and it still didn't come on so i started parting-out this behemoth pos. i HATE complicated motorcycles. what i want is a 70's ironhead sportster. simple... nice...

someone make me an offer on the frame with engine and title. i'm ebaying the body panels and other junk.
 

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ok, i changed out that switch and it still didn't come on so i started parting-out this behemoth pos. i HATE complicated motorcycles. what i want is a 70's ironhead sportster. simple... nice...
Last I checked, they had ignition switches too......:ssshh:
 
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