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    Quote Originally Posted by therealbatman View Post
    ....I am in Blissville right now
    you have every right to be. well executed. looks timeless.
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    72 Toaster 75/5R

    Shes all original except for the horns which are off a Mercedes.
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    1980 R100RT taking a break in the mountains of Northern New Mexico.
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    1977 R100/7 w/ 74,000 on the clock

    my 1977 R100/7 w/ 74,000 on the clock. A pleasure to own and a pleasure to ride. I continually find myself dreaming up more reasons to take a ride. Even lame reasons sound good to me!
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    Aft End of the little Frigate...
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    steve does your front wheel have the webbing at the hub? if not you can get a new one, comes with new bearngs,, it was a recall..
    yes you can teach yourself to fly, just keep throwing yourself at the ground untill you miss, douglas adams

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    Quote Originally Posted by tghsmith View Post
    steve does your front wheel have the webbing at the hub? if not you can get a new one, comes with new bearngs,, it was a recall..
    Damn, you're right. That sure looks like a pre-recall snowflake. Good eye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 535is View Post
    Damn, you're right. That sure looks like a pre-recall snowflake. Good eye.
    Hmmm...is that "pre-recall" or "recall"? A pre-recall wheel would be just fine, right? Just sayin!...
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    The wheel is indeed a non- buttressed unit. I have done a very close inspection of the spokes looking for any sign of cracking, but found none. Is there a specific place where the crack?
    Steve in Santa Fe
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    my 78 was in the recall, should be covered, cracks were to have happened were the spokes met the hub...
    yes you can teach yourself to fly, just keep throwing yourself at the ground untill you miss, douglas adams

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    How does one get a replacement wheel, at this late date? Is there a cost?
    Steve in Santa Fe
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    http://bmwmotorcycletech.info/19inchrecall.htm I found this... did a forum search
    yes you can teach yourself to fly, just keep throwing yourself at the ground untill you miss, douglas adams

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    Thanks, Jungle Cat....
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    My friend Pat's excellent R/ 75 with Hannigan in Taos, NM
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    I just picked up a set of old Krausers for my LWB /5. There isn't more than about the thickness of a finger between the bottoms of the cases and the mufflers; not enough to even install Krauser Heat Shields.

    It looks like this set-up is about the same.... yes? No? I'm asking... . . And anyone else wo may want to chime in.
    "It is what you discover, after you know it all, that counts." _ John Wooden

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