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    Matthew Parkhouse

    I had hoped to meet Matthew at the rally in St.Paul and express to him just how much I appreciate the work he does writing the column KEEP 'EM FLYING. And I did !!!

    I was standing by my R100...
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    A possible option

    Try SPIEGLER, at one time, I believe, they sold after market rotors mounted to original carriers on an exchange basis.

    The info came with the new brake lines I purchased from them a few years ago....
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    Seat quality

    I still have the 1984 R100 I purchased in 1989. The stock seat was never as comfortable as my first BMW, a 1975 R90.
    I have 2 Mayer saddles for it that were purchased years ago, a solo style and a...
  4. When I owned an 82 R100RT I did the same as...

    When I owned an 82 R100RT I did the same as Jammess, replaced the allen bolts with hex head.
    I don't ever remember removing the exhaust pipe to change the oil filter.
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    The Best Bar in America

    I recently read a column in the Nov. issue of Cycle World about the movie The Best Bar in America.
    Its an independent film about motorcycle travel. They use a 1960 R60 with sidecar.
    The movie was...
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    Battery Life

    I purchased a 1984 R100 used in Aug. 1989 so I can not say for sure that the battery was original but I think it was. That battery was replaced in April 1994 so I had used it for about 5 years. My...
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    Could be Very EZ

    I removed the system from my '84 R100 two years ago. The thing I did wrong was to spend some money for parts I did not use before I actually tried to remove the fittings from the head. When I finally...
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