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    Rapid Transit Fairing for sale

    Rapid Transit Sport fairing for S or medium rise handlebars, good solo protection. storage pockets , few scratches on upper corner on one side, frame was slightly modified to fit a Triumph. Thought...
  2. 1981 R100RS Engine Sell or Trade for 32:11 or 33:11 Drive

    Block assy with starter cover, no carbs or electrics. $350 or trade for 32:11 or 33:11 rear drive with good splines to fit my 94 K75. Mike 256-630-3658
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    Drive

    Comments on rear drive must have wound up on wrong forum, trying to help someone else avoid the time and expense I went through in trying to rebuild rear drives on K and Oilheads with bad parts from...
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    I also ran synthetic oil in the rear drive, not...

    I also ran synthetic oil in the rear drive, not so sure it is better for the drive, went back to Lucas or brand name GL5 rated oil and no problems so far. I fly UL airplanes and was considering...
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    I had the rear drive go out on a R1100RT at...

    I had the rear drive go out on a R1100RT at around 48k miles, ordered bearings and replaced them, drive last about 10k miles and went wobbly again. Again I installed bearings/cups checked play...
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    Sure glad to see a dealer in Chattanooga again...

    Sure glad to see a dealer in Chattanooga again but Pandora's Box is a stange emblem for a bike shop I think!
    Mike
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    Gary, For what it's worth catagory, I ran into a...

    Gary,
    For what it's worth catagory, I ran into a fellow that told me he went to a starter shop and they were able to repair his starter using Saturn car starter parts. I understand that the magnets...
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    Airheads

    I rode airheads from 1970's up until about 15 yrs ago, rode 'em 225k miles around the country. They always got me home, except for one bike I first owned back in late 70's. I had been using the high...
  9. Thread: Steve Hebert

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    We Pray for Your Safety!

    Steve,
    Our best friend's son just went back to Afgan, he is Lt. Gentry, civil engineer. He was in Northern Iraq but now in Afgan again I think he said. They move him around between the two...
  10. Thread: Larry Camp

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    Our Prayers Also!

    Wanted to wish you a speedy recovery Larry! You have our prayers and our hopes that you recover quickly. I find that is getting older isn't what it's cracked up to be! I couldn't find my crowbar to...
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    Let's set the record straight before God and everyone you've told this garbage to since you won't let it lie!
    You contacted our mechanic friend and told him you had wrecked your bike ,was going to...
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    If someone hadn't totaled the bike instead of just rebuilding it as we were led to believe they wouldn't have had any problems!
    Mike
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    Beemers

    I'm awake and here's my 2 cents worth!
    The older airheads are fun , easy to work on but some parts getting more difficult to find and expensive plus they don't stop like the newer bikes.
    K bikes...
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    Map

    I've done 49, many of them several times in 600,000 miles, 300k on BMW's.
    Mike Gilbreath
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    I could write a book!

    I've bought, rebuilt, sold, traded a lot of motorcycles and cars in my time and Alabama is by far the worst! You are correct about new faces everytime I go into the title office! Are any of you...
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