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Old 09-04-2006, 07:21 AM   #226
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Old 09-24-2006, 12:57 PM   #227
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older LC4 tech specs, where to find?

Pls advise where to find tech specs and/or operation manuals for older LC4-s (from 1999 and up)

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Old 09-24-2006, 02:58 PM   #228
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Pls advise where to find tech specs and/or operation manuals for older LC4-s (from 1999 and up)

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You can check with Loadedagain, as mentioned HERE.
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Old 09-30-2006, 05:59 PM   #229
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Nominating this thread be considered for inclusion in the index...?
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Old 09-30-2006, 08:17 PM   #230
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Nominating this thread be considered for inclusion in the index...?
Yup, that looks like a good one. I have been following it myself. I'll try to get to an update soon; plenty of stuff that needs to be included... thank you for nominating something - you are one of the few who take the time to post a nomination.
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Old 09-30-2006, 08:24 PM   #231
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thank you for nominating something - you are one of the few who take the time to post a nomination.

No, sir, thank YOU for doing much of the heavy lifting around here.
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Old 10-07-2006, 11:01 PM   #232
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Major Update

My eyes hurt... there are about 50,000 characters in the two posts now

Post #1 is now as pretty as Post #2.

Updated links (I believe) to the present.

Major dump of "optional" threads into Post #2 to make way for reformatting and new links. Submit your complaints or suggestions for further reformats here.

Color coding (orange) is not up to date, I hope.

Lemme know!
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Old 10-17-2006, 09:46 PM   #233
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Hey Meat,

Used your excellent thread to replace my chain. Thanks! Can't find Loctite 243 for the sprockets though. Only online $10 bucks, with $8 bucks to ship it. Lame. Any suggestions?
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Old 10-18-2006, 03:14 AM   #234
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Hey Meat,

Used your excellent thread to replace my chain. Thanks! Can't find Loctite 243 for the sprockets though. Only online $10 bucks, with $8 bucks to ship it. Lame. Any suggestions?
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I'm ADVrider's Loctite factory rep, and I approved this message.

243 is a blue medium strength threadlocker that was designed to be oil-tolerant-meaning it's tolerent, and will work on "as received" fasteners which normally come lightly oiled. Oil Tolerant does not refer to the materials ability to function properly in the presence of oil, or in an oil bath, etc. Another feature is that you don't have to shake it up before use.

242 would work just fine for this application. Just make sure you properly clean/degrease the threads.

2440 is my weapon of choice on my 640 since it is one of the newer versions of our medium strength threadlocker. It is primerless, meaning it will work properly on black iron on black iron, cad plated, stainless on stainless, aluminum on stainless, or any other fastener metal combinations found on a bike.

In my tool bag, I keep 248, one of our medium strength stick threadlockers just because it is in glue-stick form, and I don't run the risk of a bottle getting punctured.

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Old 10-18-2006, 09:27 PM   #235
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I'm ADVrider's Loctite factory rep, and I approved this message.

242 would work just fine for this application. Just make sure you properly clean/degrease the threads.

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I found a tube of 242 tonight so I picked it up.

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Old 10-28-2006, 02:16 AM   #236
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Something nice for my Adventure?

I let my FS650 go to a new owner last night - it really hurt as it was a bike I loved but a new KTM is coming and I need to pay for th erest of it.

So now my LC4 Adventure sits on it's own and looks lonely (well apart from the BM) So my wife suggested I buy something for the LC4 - what should I get?

I have a full Ti Akro system and a tank bag and pannier rails etc. So luggage and noise is sorted, what is a nice bolt on for a 2002 baby Adventure?
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Old 10-28-2006, 02:49 AM   #237
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I let my FS650 go to a new owner last night - it really hurt as it was a bike I loved but a new KTM is coming and I need to pay for th erest of it.

So now my LC4 Adventure sits on it's own and looks lonely (well apart from the BM) So my wife suggested I buy something for the LC4 - what should I get?

I have a full Ti Akro system and a tank bag and pannier rails etc. So luggage and noise is sorted, what is a nice bolt on for a 2002 baby Adventure?
Hmm I always heard that a steering damper (scotts?) is one of the best mods.

PS Hey Bedfordshire eh? - I spent a couple of years at Cranfield - OMG those cold evenings with inversions when the brickworks smoke would sit in your throat!
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Old 10-28-2006, 03:11 AM   #238
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Hmm I always heard that a steering damper (scotts?) is one of the best mods.

PS Hey Bedfordshire eh? - I spent a couple of years at Cranfield - OMG those cold evenings with inversions when the brickworks smoke would sit in your throat!
Stewartby is maybe 3 miles from me and I ride through Cranfield every day. The brickworks are due to close in the next couple of years - it looks like Hansons have made the money and will not commit to the scrubbers required to keep toxin emmisions down.

The end of an era really.

Steering damper is a good idea but I used to ride ill handling Fireblades so i quite like that 'Bar shake - OMG I am out of control. ah what the hell keep it pinned' feeling...
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Old 10-31-2006, 04:29 AM   #239
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Hi Meat

Thought you'd like to replace this looong broken link:

http://www.horizonsunlimited.com/ubb...ML/000145.html

with this one

http://www.horizonsunlimited.com/hub...lems-list-9345

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Old 10-31-2006, 08:11 AM   #240
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Danke overlandr,
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