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#111085 - 09/02/06 02:30 AM Re: R1200RT Ohlins Installation Part 1 [Re: Limecreek]  
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Fine job, and great pictures. The Persian (?) rug under the bike is a nice touch as well...

Regards


Dominique J. Chéenne
#111086 - 09/03/06 09:19 PM Re: R1200RT Ohlins Installation Part 1 [Re: Limecreek]  
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Great writeup! You should do tech manuals for the aftermarket crowd.

I'm extremely jealous! I really want a set of Ohlins, but will have to wait a while longer. Do you mind sharing how much you paid for these babies?


So many roads - so little time!

'05 R12RT
#111087 - 09/03/06 09:36 PM Re: R1200RT Ohlins Installation Part 1 [Re: mbresnan]  
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$1224 Delivered

#378083 - 08/18/08 05:42 PM Re: R1200RT Ohlins Installation Part 1 [Re: Limecreek]  
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 Originally Posted By: Limecreek
$1224 Delivered


Great write up, thanks.
I'm ready. Where did you purchase for $1224?


Jim

#378133 - 08/18/08 07:02 PM Re: R1200RT Ohlins Installation Part 1 [Re: Spartan]  
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$1224 Delivered

Where did you purchase for $1224?


Kyle Racing in Sand City, CA.

#384733 - 09/02/08 12:33 AM Re: R1200RT Ohlins Installation Part 1 [Re: Limecreek]  
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I just finished installing an Ohlins on the rear. I didn't have ESA to deal with. I also didn't have to remove the rear wheel or the inner mud guard. All in all, the rear was a snap. Now on to the front! Thanks for the great write up and photos!


Megamoto, R1200GSAW, DR650SE
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