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Old 11-08-2011, 02:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I Modded a Vstar 1300 heel toe shifter to work with my existing shifter. Alot of cutting, welding, & bending. Used chrome paint for now till winter when I can send out to get professionally chromed.
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That is AWESOME!!!!!
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Old 11-08-2011, 03:42 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Awwww... Here is the answer to my question. Sorry!!!
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How much difference is there with the chrome paint versus having it chromed?
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Well if your bike is dusty like mine most the time- not much difference LOL But it is tucked way down and not hardly noticable anyhow.
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Looks great, not my style but I can appreciate the work you put into it and it does look good...
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Yep, looks good 11
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Definitely would like heal kick shifter cause I don't like pulling my toes out from under the toe shift but not sure if I want to go through that much trouble. Is there an alternative?
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I Modded a Vstar 1300 heel toe shifter to work with my existing shifter. Alot of cutting, welding, & bending. Used chrome paint for now till winter when I can send out to get professionally chromed. [img]
Hi,

I have bought one off ebay from a 1900 midnight star but it is different and will have to be adapted to fit. I also bought the floorboards but am not sure what they will look like. Your picture looks like it will work. I currently hava 1300 moidnight star and always use the heel shift so being with it is a big difference for me. Hope my hubby can get it to work.
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Hey Jan, I had to cut and use pieces from both the Stock Stryker and the 1300 Shifter to make it work. As you can see the heel shift arm is extended 2 inches or so. I also had to shorten the arm to the shift rod by 1/4 inch or it would scrub the frame. Had to do a little bending of arms, but actually bends relatively easy. The Vstar 1100 floorboard bolt right on with no modifications.
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