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    I just wonder when someone will "own" up to this...

    I just wonder when someone will "own" up to this problem!

    It happened about a year ago, now again. Gets frustrating!
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    Still not being remembered

    OK. I have done everything I have been told - deleting cookies and such, with no positive results.

    I still can't get on to the forum section without re-logging on each time?

    Can't this be...
  3. Thread: advise please

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    Guessed I must have missed the memo as I have yet...

    Guessed I must have missed the memo as I have yet to run into anyone familiar with this era of BMW motorcycles that "had to replace major components" regularly!!

    I am not saying that there aren't...
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    Congrats! Fellow Buckeye! Having been an...

    Congrats! Fellow Buckeye!

    Having been an owner of a '68 R50/2, '74 R90/6 and currently a '78 R100/7 my opinion is that the 900cc was the perfect power/frame match. Though my current R100 runs...
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    I guess I spoke too soon! I just connected up to...

    I guess I spoke too soon! I just connected up to the MOA main page - no problem as before.

    However when I went to the "FORUM" section, I was treated as a guest, not a member. So . . . I guess...
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    This seems to have worked! I will have to leave...

    This seems to have worked! I will have to leave for a time (few hours or so and see then) but logging off, the then re-logging back on just worked at this session!

    Thanks!
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    If it is the same as my '78 /7, I don't see how. ...

    If it is the same as my '78 /7, I don't see how. However someone before me had bent the connectors on the switch out so that they could allow someone with needle nose pliers to push on the wires,...
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    Be careful! There has to be a high amperage...

    Be careful! There has to be a high amperage "hot" wire running to the solenoid so that when you press the starter button on the handlebar, the "low" amperage "hot" wire will energize the solenoid...
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    I have never had any problems ever with JB Weld,...

    I have never had any problems ever with JB Weld, and use it on just about everything for small repairs.

    I also have gone into the wonderful world of fiberglass repairing. I.e. using fiberglass to...
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    Logging in to forums again a problem!

    I know there is a existing forum location for this kind of discussion, but I looked there, tried that, and am still perplexed. When I log in to the MOA website, I am[U] properly recognized as a...
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    Considering what those bearings do, I would think...

    Considering what those bearings do, I would think an good quality, brand name bearing or lubricating grease would do.
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    I have a /7, and the way I handled mine as I...

    I have a /7, and the way I handled mine as I despised the clip holding the pin in place (and also didn't trust it) was to purchase a Stainless steel 8mm hex bolt with no threads below the head for...
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    False alarm - couldn't figure out how to cancel!!

    False alarm - couldn't figure out how to cancel!!
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    I simply used a Satin (semi-gloss) paint by...

    I simply used a Satin (semi-gloss) paint by Krylon that has a primer and finish paint in one spray can. Been on over a year, 10,000 miles with zero problems!

    Looks great like original. I lightly...
  15. This totally baffles me. I now have Michelin...

    This totally baffles me. I now have Michelin Pilot Activs on both front and rear and love it. When I had Dunlops on both wheels (when I purchased it), I had rain groove issues and other issues as...
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    IMO, take the original relay, and carefully...

    IMO, take the original relay, and carefully dissemble, clean and re-assemble. Be careful because there is always a "hot" wire to the relay.
    when you hit the starter button the relay relays the...
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    Use the search feature at Max's BMW website. If...

    Use the search feature at Max's BMW website. If you find out the proper part number, then search for it and the site will tell you every bike that uses that same part!
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    My son purchased a kit (from whom, I don't know)...

    My son purchased a kit (from whom, I don't know) for his K-bike and he got a bunch of stuff he couldn't use.

    Also, stainless is not as strong as regular steel and esp. higher grade steel. ...
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    Where did you send it?

    Where did you send it?
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    I rebuilt mine with zero problems and no leaks...

    I rebuilt mine with zero problems and no leaks yet after 1 yr. and several months! My hardest problem was getting that seal ring over the plunger!

    I did use the dowel and wet or dry sandpaper to...
  21. When replacing, be sure not to cross thread, it...

    When replacing, be sure not to cross thread, it should screw in easily so don't try to force anything!
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    Thanks everyone!! I definitely will not remove...

    Thanks everyone!!

    I definitely will not remove it, and I certainly don't want to dismantle the trans!!

    JC
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    '78 R100/7 transmission question

    '78 R100/7 transmission question

    What does the little screw do that is in the top of the transmission just on top of the trans case, but inside the airbox? It appears to be a phillips #2 size. ...
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    Not necessarily contradictory - if the problem...

    Not necessarily contradictory - if the problem lies elsewhere than the bulb itself! Possibly a wiring malfunction.
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    What I did was to install the grip, and using the...

    What I did was to install the grip, and using the afore-mentioned X-Acto knife, I let the inside ID of the handlebar be my "guide" by making sure that the end of the knife blate rode on the inside...
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