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    Hannigan in NJ area?

    I'm in north Jersey. Is there anyone in the nearby NJ/NY/PA/CT area with a Hannigan sidecar? I'm finally getting to my project hooking up (we can still say that and not be referring to humans,...
  2. It's been five months since posting but I did get...

    It's been five months since posting but I did get a few things done. Got the bike from Orlando. Got the s/c from Hannigan. Did absolutely nothing for six weeks preparing for vacation and being with...
  3. Thanks, All. My conclusion is that it is CANbus....

    Thanks, All. My conclusion is that it is CANbus.

    There was only one relay under the seat and the manual, while not saying CANbus anywhere I could find, said there is no need for fuses since...
  4. Is it possible my '05 R1200ST is NOT CANbus

    It's a longer story but I'm wondering if there is an easy way to tell if this bike really is using the CANbus system. I need to verify before I call the electrical supply owner back and start...
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    CANbus adaptor for s/c lights

    I've been (unsuccessfully) searching for products that you would use on a CANbus system to connect the sidecar lights to the bike. I have an '05 R1200ST.
    Thanks,
    phil
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    Wasp leading link

    Has anyone had any experience or heard much about the leading link produced by Wasp Motorcycles in the U.K.? This seems like a viable option for a modern rig.
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    Do you remember how thick the adaptor is?

    Do you remember how thick the adaptor is?
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    Hey Rinty, Thanks for the post! I was just...

    Hey Rinty,

    Thanks for the post! I was just gonna post something about my new bike but clearly it fits in here better.

    I'm an RS kind of guy, too, but it took me a few decades to realize that....
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    And I'd never consider it. But for the rocking...

    And I'd never consider it. But for the rocking chair I was thinking of doing...
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    Update. I didn't do an exhaustive search locally...

    Update.
    I didn't do an exhaustive search locally her in NJ because I found a supplier in Tampa with a great website (http://www.garysupholstery.com/) with tons of material. In fact, I'm thinking of...
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    As I try to put together a rig, one thing I want...

    As I try to put together a rig, one thing I want to do and need advice on is related to getting a car wheel for the rear of the bike. What are some things to think about when trying to decide on...
  12. Thanks, Bob. I have some kind of web crawler...

    Thanks, Bob.

    I have some kind of web crawler that does a search on CL nationwide and that still didn't return any results for me.

    BTW, I'm pretty interested in an ST in your state so I may be...
  13. I can't wait to be posting more on this forum!

    After too many years, I'm getting pretty close to getting back on three wheels. Some of the absence is due to the usual (divorce/job loss/house sale :violin) and some due to liquidation (sold my...
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    http://i185.photobucket.com/albums/x294/psikora/Pi...

    http://i185.photobucket.com/albums/x294/psikora/Picture016.jpg

    Thanks. It's too big but I guess the problem is in the source, not the method.
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    And as way of follow-on, I almost hate to share...

    And as way of follow-on, I almost hate to share this but the sooner I acknowledge being the idiot, the less effort I need to expend in protecting a false image.

    Understandably you don't get into...
  16. Back to the RIGHT side cam tensioner: I've been...

    Back to the RIGHT side cam tensioner:
    I've been told that at some point the right side does wear. Now that I turned a measley 104K coming into work tomorrow, and based on my conversation at the...
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    Thanks, all. Will check this out and let everyone...

    Thanks, all. Will check this out and let everyone know what I find out.
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    material source for teal seat cover

    Last year I was stupid (yet again!) and wound up ripping the rear seat cover on my '94 R1100RS. I always bring this origami-like charcoal stove to an Airhead campout in Rhinebeck, NY every year and...
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    Thanks. I'll poke around. Interestingly...

    Thanks. I'll poke around.

    Interestingly enough, the diagram you posted is for an 1150 GS. When I get to the same diagram from my year and model, it's not shown. That doesn't necessarily mean I...
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    Thanks for the responses (!) but I'm not...

    Thanks for the responses (!) but I'm not convinced yet that I shouldn't be at five bars for my one hour blast @ 70-75 mph. I AM convinced that I should check out the aforementioned thermostat,...
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    engine operating temperature

    How important is it to operate the engine at the "correct" temperature?

    Now that my bike is finally running, I guess I get to think about these pointless questions. Five bars on the display for my...
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    Thanks, Rick. I'm wondering if even a K1300 motor...

    Thanks, Rick. I'm wondering if even a K1300 motor is gonna be as bullet-proof as I want it to be, let alone adding a big chair to the load. The suggestion to consider an R1200 has me second guessing...
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    It's alive! The good news is I finally got the...

    It's alive!
    The good news is I finally got the bike started. The bad news is I'm not sure what I did. And it's still not on the road, but that's part 2 of the story.

    I decided the first thing I...
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    Thanks, again! I'll go at it again this...

    Thanks, again!

    I'll go at it again this weekend. I've been inside that fuel tank one-too-many times but, duh, did not think to check for splits in those lines. While I'm at it, I should probably...
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    Thanks, all, for the helpful comments. I'm still...

    Thanks, all, for the helpful comments. I'm still not starting and here are my responses.

    Paul, thanks for the cable routing suggestion. Ironically, the next thing I was trying to do was warm up...
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