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Old 04-21-2013, 12:16 PM   #256
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hello blackcaps,

I remember you very well, tall, slim man with a BMW 800. I was thinking abaout Sahalin, but my time was limited.

2010 trip to Mongolia was difficult for me, I was seriously ill one week, I lost my map and went the wrong way.... middle of the Gobi.





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Could you please be as kind as to povide the exact coordinates of this place?
the place name is Zhanna, Tshita oblast, it is just along the main road, about 200 km before the turn Jakutsk
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Old 04-21-2013, 11:57 PM   #257
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Solo through Siberia wow!! great job.

Im in!!
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Old 04-22-2013, 12:29 AM   #258
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WHat time of the year did you do the BAM road? I will be there early may and wondering if it is doable then?
Sorry about the slow reply :-) We did BAM in early August. The river were fairly low then.


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Old 04-22-2013, 03:00 AM   #259
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Could you please be as kind as to povide the exact coordinates of this place?
I believe its N54.0628 E121.4045
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Old 04-22-2013, 03:08 AM   #260
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N54.0628 E121.4045
Thank you. Indeed. It is under the clouds thats why I could not spot it: http://www.esosedi.ru/#lat=54063291&...&z=17&mt=1&v=1
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Old 07-09-2013, 05:01 AM   #261
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Broke down & Stuck in Mongolia

Hi - is anybody currently in Mongolia? Broken down near the flaming cliffs and wondering if anybody is nearby to help with a 4 wheel drive trailer or can help find out what's wrong with the bike.
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Old 07-09-2013, 08:37 AM   #262
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Hi - is anybody currently in Mongolia? Broken down near the flaming cliffs and wondering if anybody is nearby to help with a 4 wheel drive trailer or can help find out what's wrong with the bike.
Can you post details on your problem? If nothing else, maybe we can help with a remote diagnosis.

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Old 07-09-2013, 09:31 PM   #263
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Can you post details on your problem? If nothing else, maybe we can help with a remote diagnosis.

Rob
Thanks Rob!
He says he thinks the clutch plates are worn out and he needs new parts. Now he is asking about a fiche no for his G650GS Sertao. I am new to biking so not sure what that means. Googling now...
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Old 07-09-2013, 09:34 PM   #264
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Thanks Rob!
He says he thinks the clutch plates are worn out and he needs new parts. Now he is asking about a fiche no for his G650GS Sertao. I am new to biking so not sure what that means. Googling now...
The fiche bit is probably the microfiche showing part numbers. I would contact Touratech over there; they're probably the most likely to be able to get the parts he needs since they specialize in BMW. If it's just a clutch, that's actually a pretty easy install, at least on normal bikes. I dunno about BMW... I can hope it still is. :)

I just did a clutch job in my KLX250S and it was pretty simple. The only downside is you do have to soak the clutch plates in fresh motor oil for a few hours before installation, otherwise they'll just burn up and slip.

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Old 07-09-2013, 09:49 PM   #265
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The fiche bit is probably the microfiche showing part numbers. I would contact Touratech over there; they're probably the most likely to be able to get the parts he needs since they specialize in BMW. If it's just a clutch, that's actually a pretty easy install, at least on normal bikes. I dunno about BMW... I can hope it still is. :)

I just did a clutch job in my KLX250S and it was pretty simple. The only downside is you do have to soak the clutch plates in fresh motor oil for a few hours before installation, otherwise they'll just burn up and slip.

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Perfect! Thank you so much!! Will look into Touratech.
(Forgot to mention in this thread it is NYLon2000 broken down) not me.
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