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    My 2000 R1100RT

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    Fine looking motorcycle, deweybr.

    What kind of brake discs are those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1100S View Post
    Fine looking motorcycle, deweybr.

    What kind of brake discs are those?
    The round metal kind.
    Mark M, St. Louis, '13 R1200GS, '01 Super Sherpa
    There are two roads in life; the twisty one is vastly more fun.

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    Yup, those brake discs look stock to me, just like the ones on my 94 RS. Full floating discs, 12 mount "buttons" for the disc to the carrier. later versions had only six.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkM View Post
    The round metal kind.
    Score one for the RS Crew.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluehole View Post
    Score one for the RS Crew.
    RS crew +1.

    Means they're now only 914 points behind the S crew.

    PS. Is it Salem yet? I'm VERY tired of winter!
    Bill Johnston

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkM View Post
    The round metal kind.
    Y'know, its cracks like that which further illustrates the need for a short, but effective, insurrection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluehole View Post
    Score one for the RS Crew.
    Consider yourself officially on notice, young man.

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    Whooo Hooo,.....insurrection!!!!

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    Ya win in this thread only one way, photo count

    A stunning 350 mile run today; this is Bitterwater road. It is in the middle of nowhere....gotta love that

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    Sometimes...a lack of 'scenery' is...outstanding!

    I really like 'alien' landscapes. That's about as alien as you can get, for a Pacific NorthWet guy like me...

    Today the local environment was high 40's, strong winds, and a few passing showers. Riding here not only means watching for out of control cagers, but also watching for out of control branches from Doug Firs and/or Western Red Cedars.

    I'm envious. ( a little )

    Bill Johnston

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    More S weaponry......
    Ride Safe, Ride Lots

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    Oh, how I wish I could visit the high elevations of the ROCKIES!!!

    Bill Johnston

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rad View Post
    Ya win in this thread only one way, photo count

    A stunning 350 mile run today; this is Bitterwater road. It is in the middle of nowhere....gotta love that

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    Is that in New mexico? I kinda like landscape scenery as well. Some of the most scenic {IMO} are the green hills and pastures of Washington State.

    Ride safe, Ron

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeabeckS View Post
    Oh, how I wish I could visit the high elevations of the ROCKIES!!!


    Then work it out & do it !!...you won't be sorry!

    Ron

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