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post #1 of 8 Old 07-08-2008, 05:35 PM Thread Starter
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now wouldn't be the time to start looking for a manual huh....

Most of the left over parts...




what's left of the bike....





The bike and the help Ha!!



What have I got myself into!! It's raining and i was bored

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All that just to change out the left rear indicator bulb...

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All that just to change out the left rear indicator bulb...

Frikin' Beemers (I want a 1200 Adventure!).

HA! Even the dog looks worried...

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one last pic of the inside!!



Well it is all back together and it runs just as good as before!!

Me too Brevity! The dog was very unhelpful just kept wanting treats and as long as I kept tossing them out he kept me company!!

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So, whats with taking it all apart ? Please tell me you didnt need to do all that for an oil change --

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Checking blinker fluid?

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Valve clearence check every 6k seemed simple enough from the manual i got and found on-line about it, it was right. Now i don't know that i will try and adjust if they ever need it but checking them wasn't so bad. Just a lot of crap to move. Air box and filter, battery and tray, starter silonoid, Oil tank, coolant overflow tank, fan, coils and sparkplug.

Turned out I enjoyed it and found that I had a 12v connection built in just under my left leg for assessories like heated jacket and stuff of the like I assume.

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