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#900044 - 08/18/14 05:26 PM Re: archive for R-bike maintenance part data [Re: MotoMoose]  
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I apologize if this is already known.

2004 R1150RT Wix oil filter = 57936

thanks,

RPG


Upper classes are a nation's past; the middle class is its future.

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#910673 - 11/05/14 08:15 PM Re: archive for R-bike maintenance part data [Re: Joe Frickin' Friday]  
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I know there are no dumb questions but I've looked through all my books and tune up guides and I can't find spark plug gap? I've got Autolite plugs but that shouldn't matter.


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2008 XT 250 Yamaha
1999 R1100RT BMW
St George, UTAH
#910760 - 11/06/14 12:45 PM Re: archive for R-bike maintenance part data [Re: Joe Frickin' Friday]  
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Electrode gap 0.8 (0.0315) mm (in)
Wear limit 1.0 (0.039) mm (in)

from the book


2004 K1200GT

#939953 - 08/16/15 05:03 AM Re: archive for R-bike maintenance part data [Re: Joe Frickin' Friday]  
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looking for information on stick-coils for my r1200cl 2004 and possible interchangability / retrofif of other stick-coils

#954644 - 03/03/16 04:46 PM Re: archive for R-bike maintenance part data [Re: Joe Frickin' Friday]  
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Fork seal for oilheads, Honda 91255-KBH-003 work. 35x48x11 mm
I had used some a 1976 Honda CB500K that were in my toolbox.Cost $11.48 ea.1994-2004 R1100 maybe more.

#966831 - 07/29/16 12:06 PM Re: archive for R-bike maintenance part data [Re: USAF1]  
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Originally Posted By: USAF1
So...if you were really hard up for the tool to help you replace the rear main seal (65 X 85 X 7 (or 10)mm) and couldn't find one, you'd want to know that you could do it with a coke can, that had its end cut off? <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

Pat


As an aid to installing any seal, if you can get your hands on some IPC P-80, it's a 'temporary' seal lube that is amazing. ONE drop smeared around the edge of the seal and it will slide in with two fingers. Its so easy you think it will fall out. Then you think you got the wrong seal. The thing is, it beads up on the surface of the seal like water and you'd swear this ain't gonna work. You just have to try it to believe it. No, I don't work for IPC. They won't even sell to me.

ipc lubricants


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#972729 - 10/12/16 02:08 PM Re: archive for R-bike maintenance part data [Re: Joe Frickin' Friday]  
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Fuel pump/horn/etc relay:

I found this at Advance Auto: CARQUEST #R3154 - $10, and priced right(BMW OEM $20).

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