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Old 07-17-2014, 05:59 AM   #2641
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'81 - on air filter snorkel/ top

Need air filter top housing for an '81- on R bike (R100). Plastic.

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Old 07-17-2014, 08:47 AM   #2642
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Old 07-18-2014, 10:28 AM   #2643
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WTB: left hand fork assembly for a /5
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Old 07-18-2014, 01:26 PM   #2644
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FYI--Exhaust nut wrenches for sale

FYI--Exhaust nut wrenches for sale, $20 ea, just posted up on IBMWR.

http://marketplace.ibmwr.org/ads/view/id/222386

San Jose BMW has new ones for about that. Copies of the Luftmeister.
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Old 07-18-2014, 02:54 PM   #2645
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Looking for a solo or gently used Corbin seat for a 1977 R100RS. I use an R100S cowl, so it must fit to that.
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Old 07-18-2014, 03:57 PM   #2646
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Pulled cylinder studs is a fairly common problem and can be relatively easy to repair. A pulled cylinder stud that has been previously been repaired is a different ball of wax. If it happens to be one of the top studs that feeds the rockers from the oil gallery, you're in a world of hurt. Those of you at MOA Salem last year may remember my dilemma. I limped the bike back to CO, pulled it apart and found this:



The local shop gave me two options. Find another block or weld and tap mine. I chose option #3.



These oversize, deep Time-Serts are designed to repair pulled Helicoiles on BMWs. I rented the drill/tap jigs from Cycle Works for $30 to help with the repair. I've put 20K miles on the bike since without a problem.

The Big-Sert kit cost me $112. I used one of the five inserts. I offer it here for $60 PayPal gift, shipped to the lower 48. This could save one of you a hell of a lot of heartache.

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Old 07-18-2014, 04:22 PM   #2647
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Pulled cylinder studs is a fairly common problem and can be relatively easy to repair. A pulled cylinder stud that has been previously been repaired is a different ball of wax. If it happens to be one of the top studs that feeds the rockers from the oil gallery, you're in a world of hurt. Those of you at MOA Salem last year may remember my dilemma. I limped the bike back to CO, pulled it apart and found this:



The local shop gave me two options. Find another block or weld and tap mine. I chose option #3.



These oversize, deep Time-Serts are designed to repair pulled Helicoiles on BMWs. I rented the drill/tap jigs from Cycle Works for $30 to help with the repair. I've put 20K miles on the bike since without a problem.

The Big-Sert kit cost me $112. I used one of the five inserts. I offer it here for $60 PayPal gift, shipped to the lower 48. This could save one of you a hell of a lot of heartache.

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I used a Time Sert on a Porsche 930 block, they are very nice. I have a kit similar to that one. It will still flow oil?
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Old 07-18-2014, 05:25 PM   #2648
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I.D. - Don't sell - I might need it sometime and/or your other side might need it...
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Old 07-18-2014, 05:34 PM   #2649
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I.D. - Don't sell - I might need it sometime and/or your other side might need it...
I hope I don't need it. Too much stress. I have the studs set at the low end of the torque. The original repair used the wrong Heli, it was a short one instead of the longer.
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Old 07-18-2014, 07:44 PM   #2650
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guage, and rear shocks from my r90/6

guage cluster (still working) from r90/6, only issue is needs a good buffing and cleaning. (i used goo be gone) made things a bit worse. $120 shipped

rear shocks from r90/6, good condition, would like /$135 shipped




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Old 07-19-2014, 02:58 AM   #2651
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Put an off center punch mark or engraved line on the top of the studs and always use a box wrench to back them when retorquing. Then you can see if they back out.
Good idea.

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Using a box adapter on your torque wrench can be handy too, you can see if the stud moves when tightening---it shouldn't, that's what stud locker is for.
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Old 07-19-2014, 08:44 AM   #2652
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WTB/WTT - rider footpeg brackets '85 R80 mono

I have an ''85 R80 mono. The frame mounting points for the rider footpeg brackets have 15 peak/valley serations to keep the bracket from spinning. I don't know why, but my brackets have 30 peak/valley serations. Obviously these serations are not meshing as they should.

Shifter side: (first pic upside down)

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Brake side:

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These are offset peg mounts (ok by me!)(again, first one upside down, f'ing PB):

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I'd like to get the correct 15-seration mounts. I can buy outright, swap these, or I have some /6 parts to barter with (fenders, choke mechanism, reflectors, engine mount bolts, stand mounting brackets/springs, maybe some other small doodads).

It's ok if your brackets end up putting my feet a little further back about 1-2" and down (a small amount down), so long as th serations match and I can still rig up a shifter linkage.

Thanks for looking,

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Old 07-20-2014, 11:00 AM   #2653
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WTS - Set of the "New Krauser Bags"

Sold my R80 w/o bags as new owner not interested in them.
So, these bags are for sale. $475.00 incl. shipping Conus via UPS.
Never used, pristine bags I bought about eight mos. ago.
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Old 07-20-2014, 11:47 PM   #2654
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Stahlwille Counterstay, same as Kukko 22/1

For someone who wants to find the real tools to pull steering head bearings, wheel bearings (later models), swing arm bearings, this seller is offering a Stahlwille counterstay which he says is the same as Kukko 22/1. Price is good.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Stahlwille-1..._Tools&vxp=mtr


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Old 07-21-2014, 08:19 AM   #2655
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WANTED Handlebar mounted Master Cylinder

WTB a handlebar mounted master cylinder/throttle assembly (I think that what these are called) in good working order. to use on my 1978 R100/7 single disc ATE caliper.
The original under tank one developed a leak and I would like to use the better set up vs. rebuilding the old one.

What else is need for this conversion?

Please PM or email me mbattaglia@dynamicptmichigan.com
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