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    Twin K75-Ts

    Twins in the sense that they are the same model but one is in summer commute mode while the other is in tour/winter dress. Without the fairing the bike feels quicker, doesn't matter which one has the bikini it just feels sportier even though the fairing adds less than (guessing here) 20 lbs.
    I love them both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 41077 View Post
    Twins in the sense that they are the same model but one is in summer commute mode while the other is in tour/winter dress.
    Cool Parabellum LSR fender! I had one long ago, sold it to finance repairing the bike after a deer hit. The buyer made a mold and sold quite a few replicas.
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    ^^^Where can I get that front fairing and front fender??
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    New member in Texas


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    Find one used maybe.

    Quote Originally Posted by toddlamp View Post
    ^^^Where can I get that front fairing and front fender??
    Parabellum is no longer making them. Rifle has a similar (smaller) fairing.
    I won't part with mine (I have one for each bike, only one fender though).

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    My New (to me) K75RT!



    My K1100RS ('97 - '99 - put 40,000 miles on it)



    My K75S ('94 - '97 - put 31,000 Miles on it)

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    Nice K75RT Ted ,Good luck with her.
    Here's my pair
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    One of the first litter

    Here is US spec K75s number 150024, one of the first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 36532 View Post
    Here is US spec K75s number 150024, one of the first.
    Amazing! That bike exactly like mine when it rolled off the showroom floor 23 years ago!
    (except for the fork gaiters) A very well preserved non-farkled up classic K you got there.
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    On the road again on I-10

    Traveling from Corpus Christi,Texas to El Paso, Tx. on I-10
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    Me and my '92 K75S. It was my second K75, a K75T being the first. Too much of me in the photo and not much of the bike. I will have to scan a better photo at some time. The photo was taken by my daughter; she was more focused on me than the bike. I sold this fine machine and have had seller's remorse ever since!
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    My 1994 K75 that I sold to a friend with the understanding that I had first right of refusal in the event that he ever sold the bike. Unfortunately he crashed the bike in Mexico and ended up selling it and flying home. I had many a great ride with it all over the US and parts of Canada. Fond memories now. I particularly like the way the roundel on the tank looks like a happy face in this picture.
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    I'm converting my K100RT to a T. I like the looks of those BMW spotlamps. Would like to buy a set, if you know where there is a used set available. Barry

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    Quote Originally Posted by barryg View Post
    I'm converting my K100RT to a T. I like the looks of those BMW spotlamps. Would like to buy a set, if you know where there is a used set available. Barry
    They are original K bike lights from BMW. I had the stock # at one time but can not locate it now. They are rather hard to find. I picked them up when someone bought a K75 that was a garage queen with 1,200 miles on it and he did not like the lights. They were like new and I only had to come up with a wiring harness which was still availabe from BMW. One light is a fog light and the other is a pencil light. I wired them so they came on with a switch and if I tapped the switch the lights would switch from one to the other. Worked great for getting slow drivers out of my way as they presumed it was an emergency vehicle. Good luck in your search.
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    10-4 Thought it might flush a set out for me. Got the windshield set and have located a headlite bucket with turn signals. That was a nice lookin K75.

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