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    Cleaning out old Ads

    I would like to see some possibility of getting rid of ads in a certain period. I checked on one helmet in late Jan, I was advised it was sold and that ad still shows. If there is a way to delete...
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    Tire plugging and crush washers.

    I would not mess with that one, over the next 40 years if you reuse crush washers twice you can pay for that tire. I also have two bikes and have used plugged tires to get home or locally around...
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    Shipping costs!!!!

    Gerbings has a part I could cut in half and make what I want, they charge $9.95 and here is the kicker, $12 to UPS it when it would only cost about $1.80 to mail it first class.
    That is why I want...
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    K75 Electric Vest Cable Gerbings

    Besides Powerlet, is there a supplier for the basic new style round connectors for cables for electric vest controls? I want to build a couple cables that will have standard cigarette type plugs and...
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    K75 Fuel Mileage

    I filled up my 94Standard today and got 51 mpg, best since I bought this bike with 15K on it. Currently has 53K. I use fuel injector cleaner about three times a year and this year have 20K on the...
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    Try A Low Seat

    Don't be afraid to try a K75 with the low seat. I bought and rode a 1995 K75Std with a Corbin low seat on it for 113K. The stock low seats were not good IMHO. I am 6.2 and now have two K75s with...
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    Soobs comes through

    Got the spare part in the mail today, thanks again. Now I have a spare in each K75 along with a wire gauge I made for the adjustment at the rear. Have one of each now in a small plastic bag in the...
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    Done Complete Happy Now

    BMW Shop called me today and advised my part was in. Went and picked up the little button size barrel for the K75S Clutch cable. Pulled it out of the little plastic envelope and installed it on the...
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    K75 Comparison

    I have a 94 Std K75 and a 93 K75S. It all depends on the type of seat etc. My 94 has a Russell seat which is actually a little lower than my 93S which I put a K1100LT Comfort Seat on. I am 6'2",...
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    Frustration Level

    Memorial Day over, arrive at the BMW Shop about a half hour after they open. Tried to buy my part for the clutch cable. Not in Stock!!!!!!!! According to the forum here this is a part that goes on...
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    Clutch Barrel Missing

    The barrel is not in the lever, just a nice round hole. I remember Paul writing an article in the MOA Magazine and mentioning how they can go missing. Should have gotten a spare then.:violin
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    93K75S Clutch Cable ?

    Bike has just over 42K and the original Clutch cable failed today. I was able to make it home, only running a couple stop signs at very low speed with wide eyes. Now my problem is I lost the little...
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    Stock Shock Measurement

    I always used the 13.5" dimension for my K75 Shocks. I have two used in the Pole Barn and both are very close to that. Neither is mounted to a bike right now.
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    Hose Clamps

    What did you use for hose clamps on your filter install?
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    94 K75 O Rings for Filter Plate

    On a 94 K75 standard bike, I am looking for a specification for the O ring for the oil filter cover plate. Some filter kits come with it and some don't.

    BMW Part # ?? Other Source ??
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    MA Open House still questions

    I saw that but still unanswered is how long does it normally last, and what time is the meal normally put on? :dunno
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    MOA Open House

    September 17th, What are the "normal hours" for this event? I saw something on the Forum about an 11am start. The last time I was there I thought I remembered eating donuts and drinking coffee from...
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    Harleys and Hashbrowns

    Rob just calls me the "Yellow Helmet Guy", Rob missed you at the Harleys and Hashbrowns breakfast this morning (halfway between Rob and I). When those big black clouds were rolling in just about...
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    K Bike RPM Range

    On my first K75 my dealer told me to keep its above 4K rpms especially in the lower gears. I have used that same philosophy on the next three bikes, all K75s and seems to have worked well. I quite...
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    Brakes are back

    Finally got a rainy afternoon with time to play with the bike again. Took a syringe and filled it with clean new fluid. I totally removed the rear bleeder screw and slowly filled the caliper and...
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    Hints for the K75S

    Sometimes the simple Bar Backs will raise the bars 1" and move them back 1", I just bought some for $65. Also on the fuel filter, just make sure you have the arrow in the same direction as the one...
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    93K75S Rear Brake Question

    I purchased a 93K75S with non working ABS brakes. After about 2600 miles the rear master cylinder has failed. I have a 1990 K75RT Non ABS master cylinder and lines.

    Questions: Can I use that...
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    Perfect Fit

    My K1100LT Seat showed up in the mail today and was installed immediately. The only adjustment I had to make was to adjust the locking pin from my old seat to the new and to lower the position of...
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    Be Careful

    Many of those fork locks have never been used. On my first K75 back in 98, I tried it and got the key in but took a long time to get it back out without breaking. I've had 4 K75s since then and...
  25. Thread: I'm Back

    by MICHIGANMIKE
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    Welcome Back

    Sounds good to have you back! So is the 89K75C a new to you bike or one you put on the shelf for a while?

    Mike H:dance
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