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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look for phillips screws around the front of the headlight bezel.Remove these and pull the headlight straight forward. Behind the light you now hold in your hand will be a 3 prong electrical connection that you either pull straight back or twist 1/4 turn. You will be replacing the whole headlight like a car or you will have a halogen bulb that twists out of headlight, buy a new one and reverse procedure for reinstall....good luck to you my friend....Tim
Posted on May 11, 2009
on the bottom of the crankcase, takes the allen key end of the multi tool (phillps screw driver/allen key) that's on the side of the battery box.
Posted on May 18, 2009
Don't know if it is the same as on my 05 Kingpin but there is simply the axle nut holding it on and a groove in the swing arm. Once the axle nut is removed and axle is punched out of the way you must shimmy the caliper and it's male block casting down the channel in the swing arm to where there is a square cut out in the swing arm, once there it will just drop out of the swing arm. Putting it back is the same but. painful set-up compared to a few bolts.
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
SOURCE: 2007 Victory Hammer
G'day, from what I can see from pics, your hammer should be disc brake rear. This means there's usually no need to remove the wheel. If you have a close look at it you should be able to see how the pads are removed. Some pads are held in by pins or bolts that pass through holes in the pad to hold it in, others are held in by the caliper itself & you'll need to remove it to change pads.You'll need to sqeeze the pistons back into the caliper if you're putting new thicker pads in. You can use a G clamp & old pad to do this, just keep an eye on the fluid res.hope this helps :)
Posted on Apr 12, 2010
SOURCE: removing fuel pump out of
Remove as much of the fuel as possible. Please accept the solution if it's helpful. Do get back to us for any further query. Thanks for contacting fixya.com
Turn upside down
Remove tank plug retainer clip
Pull tank plug
Remove nuts and washers which attach pump to tank
pull fuel pump thru opening where tank plug was
replace all o-rings, washers along with fuel filters on pick up tubes since your already there.
Then just reverse order for re-install.
Remove as much of the fuel as possible.
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Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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