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Anybody ever see a heel toe shifter for the Vulcan 800 Classic...I have seen them for the bigger bikes but nobody seems to make one for the 800...will one of the bigger bike's shifter work? or does anyone know where I can get one for an 800?
 

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Judging from the response there are no heel - toe shifters available for my 800 Classic...looks like it's time to work with a local welder to see if I can't do a little custom work
 

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Judging from the response there are no heel - toe shifters available for my 800 Classic...looks like it's time to work with a local welder to see if I can't do a little custom work
Don't now T&S Most of us have the A model . I do believe they make one though, give it another day an maybe Bikoaholic,trans101 or pick your pockets will chime in they all ride classics.
 

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I havent seen one around, but I havent really been looking for one either. Maybe give Scootworks.com a try
 

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you can always take a look on Dennis Kirk too and see what other companies may make them. i have seen them for numerous bikes, so i would assume they would be available for yours.
 

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Anybody ever see a heel toe shifter for the Vulcan 800 Classic...I have seen them for the bigger bikes but nobody seems to make one for the 800...will one of the bigger bike's shifter work? or does anyone know where I can get one for an 800?
Okay T&S, I talked to a friend with a classic an he gave me a good idea,an these are suppose to be the nicest boards an heel toe shifter for the 800. Go to www.buykawasaki.com look under vehicle specs. ( Ithink) go to parts diagram ,you'll have to fill in some bike info fill it in with 800 drifter . Then look under foot rest for the floorboards an under gear change mechanism. From what he says ,this is the best looking an best quailty set up for an 800. After that take down the part numbers an call your dealer then you can let us know what they cost. Forget your dealer call Beartooth you'll save 10 percent right off. Another option is www.ronayers.com I'm not sure if this is the right web address so you might have to find it elsewhere . They give good pricing on after market parts also.
 
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