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Old 01-24-2011, 04:17 PM   #6872
johnnyandjebus
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Originally Posted by dtp View Post
You can try cleaning it as suggested or what I did was go to Cycle Gear and bought a new one. Any after market switch will work. I chose one that is much easier to read for on and off than the stock switch.

Thanks for the replies all

DTP any suggestions on an aftermarket replacement? I did a quick search and am unable to find any variety.

John
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