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    Windshield Wing Hinges

    My hinges are cracked & falling apart---'92 K75RT with the stock windshield with wings on the side. I can't seem to locate these parts on the fiche....are they NLA? Anybody got a source or...
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    Oops...it's a '92 K75RT...

    Getting lame.....it's a '92...
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    RT "Glove Box" cover?

    I lost my left cover at unmentionable speed in a spot that couldn't be revisited & survived.....posted a WTB in fleamarket & boneyard doesn't have one....anyone got one to part with?

    Thanks,
    John
  4. Thread: K75rt 1992

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    I got my '92 K75RT for about $3200 US 4 years ago...

    I got my '92 K75RT for about $3200 US 4 years ago to replace a R1100R and never looked back. His price is 'way too high being over $5000 US, so bring him to his senses and go for it. It'll need new...
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    When my ABS failed, the rear brake wouldn't work...

    When my ABS failed, the rear brake wouldn't work until I unplugged the brain. After that, everything worked as a normal non-ABS bike should. If you have the brain unplugged and the rear brake isn't...
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    I used a Progressive 412...

    to lower my '92 K75RT I went with the Progressive 412, which lowers the rear by 3/4" and then slid up the fork tubes in the triple clamps by the same amount....really helped the handling too, in my...
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    Yours might be lowered....

    If your bike has been lowered as my '92K75RT is, it makes the business of getting it up on the centerstand pretty difficult except on the lawn where the stand sinks in about a half inch. Mine has...
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    Talk about Squirrelly!

    Now that really brings a comic picture to mind----a motorcycle on cruise control in the snow! Haaaaahaaaahaaaa..............
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    Check out IBMWR Site

    Here's the link to the K-bike tech pages where you'll find great guidance:
    http://www.ibmwr.org/ktech.shtml
    Brian Curry's "Read out ABS I Fault Codes" is the best starting point, but read through...
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    Clearly......

    the nut is holding a digital camera......taking a picture of a BOLT!
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    Hmmmmm..........thinking out loud here, a couple...

    Hmmmmm..........thinking out loud here, a couple of things come to mind.

    1. How much did you pay for the bike? (If it was a steal, don't go there.) If it was in the $3500 range that most of the...
  12. I take my lowers off each summer from my '92...

    I take my lowers off each summer from my '92 K75RT.....really kills that heat that pools in behind the fairing as long as you're moving. Here's a couple of photos in a previous thread...............
  13. Thread: Scuffs repair

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    Hate it when that happens.....the dreaded right...

    Hate it when that happens.....the dreaded right side gravity monster got me not once, but twice if you can believe how stupid that is! Both times with the bike standing stock still, but I'm on the...
  14. Actually, I think that they put a dump truck...

    Actually, I think that they put a dump truck motor into the Corvette
    back in the '60s.....
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    I'm loving my Hyper-Lites

    I've put on a set of Hyper-lites to my previous bike....R1100R and my "Keeper" the '92 K75RT. You can find them here....http://www.hyperlites.com/
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    +1 on Friction Screw

    I was taught (and learned by experience) to never rely on the throttle return spring to close the throttle on a motorcycle. Old Spanish dirt bike experience, British street bike experience, etc...
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    Relay Welded

    Based on the intelligence gained by previous threads here, I'm betting that the starter relay contacts are welded shut from attempts to start with the old, dying battery. The low voltage, high...
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    Good Ol' #2......

    For water pump/thermostat housings I usually use the good old evil stuff called "Number 2", non hardening gasket sealant. It's especially good where there might be some slight liquid residue since...
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    Texfire

    I tried a PM to you on the procedure for removing the lowers......didn't work for some reason......see if you can shoot me a PM to connect.

    Regards,
    John
  20. Thread: K75 Shocks

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    Maybe....

    Might be easier to get at the brake caliper mounting bolts or pad retaining pins??
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    The 10K mi ME880 Rear Tire......

    Was on my '92 K75RT. As I mentioned, almost all of the riding was one-up with no luggage except for the tool kit and air pump in the left saddlebag to help keep the bike tracking straight hands off....
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    My Rear ME 880

    Here's a shot of my rear ME 880 which failed inspection in Virginia along with the new replacement. Just short of 10,000 miles on it, one up with no luggage for over 8,000 of them--obviously I need...
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    Yikes!

    Thank your lucky stars it wasn't the front that locked up! Sounds like ABS malfunction to me......start with Brian Curry's troubleshooting procedure on the IBMWR website & get the code(s) from your...
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    Lose the Lowers & Enjoy!

    I dropped the lowers on my bike (92 K75RT) again this summer.....took about 45 minutes this time since I've got it worked out now. Makes it bearable to ride and it's an easy and fun little project. ...
  25. Thread: ABS Brain

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    Mine, too....

    I sent my ABSI brain off to Victor Rocha in Calif. and he couldn't repair it......then sent it off to "Module Master" ...Gavin Curtis and he couldn't repair it. Something about the mix of TTL logic...
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