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    Glad you checked and confirmed the situation...inquiring minds want to know! Yup, hang out and pick up some nuggets on the forum. There are some very knowledgeable people in the Airheads forum. You might also want to check out airheads.org. There's a mailing list that you can subscribe to off of that website that has additional people with extensive backgrounds in Airheads - Tom Cutter, Oak Okleshen, Snowbum, Matt Parkhouse, Ted Porter, Anton Largiader (also on the MOA forum).
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    '78 R100/7 & '69 R69S & '52 R25/2
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    My 1992 GSPD somewhere along Calamity Peak (Skamania County WA)
    Part of a 1500 mile DS roadtrip I took last week.
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    1991 R100 Classic
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    1983 r100rt

    Just went past 60K on this camping trip. Top end needs to be done this coming winter.

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    Smile 1995 R100R Classic

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    Smile 1 more ...

    1995 R100R Classic - new shock which I love thank you Dave @ Anderwerks !!!!
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    1976 r90/6

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    my 76 R90/6

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    Quote Originally Posted by DOINTHETON View Post
    my 76 R90/6
    How do you go through so many bikes? Didn't you just have like 3 GS's?

    Can I come over and drool on this one?


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    you mean these?

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    R75 on Wolf Creek Pass

    Took my first ride on the '73 R75/5 today. Need to sort out some fueling issues, but otherwise a nice ride.


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    76 r90/6

    Haven't posted anything here in a while. Finally got her running well. That is, I'm reasonably certain that it'll start every time .


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    1972 Toaster R75 (her bike). Just in case anyone is curious as to what a leaky rear main seal does. (note: this is after some cleaning up was done on it)
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    78 r100s

    This is a pic of my 1978 R100S. The bike had been stored in a garage in Fort Collins Colorado for about 23 years. I bought the bike in September of 2009 and tore it down to the frame which started the assessment process to see what I had and what I needed to get it back to its original condition. Took me 8 months, but finally finished. Was a real labor of love. Will post a pic of the finished product later.

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    Nice, Bert

    Not to be a jerk, just giving a heads-up: the valve covers are on the wrong sides. The unpainted lines should be roughly parallel to the ground.

    Unless it bugs you, I'd wait until the next time you have them off to do the swap.
    Mark Neblett
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