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  1. Thread: 2000 k1200rs

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    When I did my GT I bought the hole saw that the...

    When I did my GT I bought the hole saw that the instructions called for. Of course it drilled about a 1/16" oversize and then the grommet fit like crap. Were I to do it again I would get an...
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    "The Breeze" Just released in appreciation of...

    "The Breeze" Just released in appreciation of J.J. Cale. Can't go wrong with that album.
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    I had similar issues with my '93. I changed to a...

    I had similar issues with my '93. I changed to a synthetic and added guard dog moly. Took about 500 miles for the moly to work into everything. Shifts like a dream now.
    Jeff
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    Can't comment with first hand experience on a K75...

    Can't comment with first hand experience on a K75 but on my K1100 and K1200 I downshift into first all the time in traffic situations. Without a doubt, the K engines like to rev so I prefer to let...
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    Would cupping indicate that the pressure is to...

    Would cupping indicate that the pressure is to low?
    Jeff
  6. Thread: advise please

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    R100rt_mark, good information thank you. PAS,...

    R100rt_mark, good information thank you.

    PAS, NE Ohio, just south of Youngstown.
  7. Thread: advise please

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    I will be doing the work as long as parts can be...

    I will be doing the work as long as parts can be had. Should not be an issue.
  8. Thread: advise please

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    advise please

    I want to get an airhead. Am thinking mid 70s to mid 80s. Mostly a naked bike, no large fairing like an RT, just some side bags for rain gear and such. I will use it mostly for commuting and local...
  9. +1 on synthetic and Moly additive. Will make your...

    +1 on synthetic and Moly additive. Will make your shifts effortless. Takes a few hundred miles for the moly to work in and get happy.
    Jeff
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    A few years ago I had a real nail magnet of a...

    A few years ago I had a real nail magnet of a rear tire. The first nail was within a week of putting the new tire on. I put a plug in it and went about my business. That tire collected 4 more...
  11. Last I saw was $4.809 for the Ethanol free stuff...

    Last I saw was $4.809 for the Ethanol free stuff around here. Won't be buying that anytime soon.
    Jeff
  12. Thread: K1200LT clutch

    by jeffd
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    Yes it does. You can do the job yourself. The...

    Yes it does. You can do the job yourself. The hardest part is getting all of the Tupperware out of the way.
  13. Thread: K1200LT clutch

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    You will prolly be going in to replace the clutch...

    You will prolly be going in to replace the clutch nut o-ring and rear seal before the clutch wears out anyway.
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    I put a Nelson-Rigg strap type bag on my '93. One...

    I put a Nelson-Rigg strap type bag on my '93. One loop around the headstock and one loop around the frame behind the tank. The loop that came with the bag was a little short to go around both frame...
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    Beemer Boneyard used to have a deal on a six pack...

    Beemer Boneyard used to have a deal on a six pack of filters. Been a few years since I looked because I bought a 12 pack.
    Jeff
  16. a mystery to me

    Rode home last night in a pouring rain. Hard to see anything and ponding water to boot. Did not notice any issues. This morning I found a big piece of fur hanging off my center stand. No idea...
  17. Thread: Seat Maintenance

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    I use vinylex on my seats after washing with the...

    I use vinylex on my seats after washing with the same mild soap and water I use on the rest of the bike. It does a nice job and is not overly slippery. Been using it for years without the issues...
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    You have to get the assembly above 300?F to...

    You have to get the assembly above 300?F to loosen the thread locker.
    Jeff
  19. Thread: No K1200RS/GT?

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    Have one in Ohio

    Have one in Ohio
  20. Thread: Max BMW

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    I never twist the throttle open when going...

    I never twist the throttle open when going straight, Oh and I have a nice bridge for sale.:D
  21. I wave to everybody. Heck, I even wave to bicycle...

    I wave to everybody. Heck, I even wave to bicycle riders and people on lawn mowers. Don't really care if they wave back or not.
    Jeff
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    It's not uncommon for these guys to get big slugs...

    It's not uncommon for these guys to get big slugs of air trapped when refilling. One trick is to "burp" the system when filling by working the lower radiator hose as you fill. That's how I do it on...
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    There are some write-ups at http://www.ibmwr.org/...

    There are some write-ups at http://www.ibmwr.org/ and http://k11og.org/forum/index.php you can check out.
    Jeff
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    I have PR3's on my '93LT and will not go back to...

    I have PR3's on my '93LT and will not go back to the bias ply tires, I have never felt unstable in the wet or cold.
    Jeff
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    Woke up to a similar view in NE Ohio. I have to...

    Woke up to a similar view in NE Ohio. I have to admit, we only got a couple of inches here.
    Jeff
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