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Taking off the speedo?

Hi!!
i have a sporster 1979 and i want to take off the speedos!!for new one
i do not have the pages on the manual!!!
thx
stephane

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The older Harley speedos are driven by a cable and can easily be replaced by any type of cable driven speedo. I assume your Sporster has the tank mounted dash (my 72 is this way), it's fairly simple too unbolt the dash and remove the speedo. If you're wanting to replace yours with a newer (electronic pick-up) that could be quite a project. Hope this helps

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