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Quite the project Huzo. Could I impose on you to take a picture of the swingarm pins and the bearings in the transmission where the swingarm attaches? My V85 is squeaking and I think I need to remove the swingarm and grease those bearings but looking at the manual I can't quite figure out what is what. I took the arm off my V7 a few years ago and it had a similar setup and I remember measuring the distance the pin was inserted into the transmission so that the swingarm was centered but after that I cannot recall much.
Personally yes, but that's because I don't chrome/silver and definitely don't have a wire wheel fetish.Having said that, I think you are doing the right thing by modifying your bike to suit your taste. Well done and as someone noted above - you're fun to watch.CheersSteve
Are you going to make the wheels tubeless?I got good results from Sikaflex 291 Marine sealant.But I only paid $11 for the regular size tube, I think they may have screwed up and charged the same price as the small toothpaste size.
Dang, Looking good! John Henry
GT or trail rd 5?
Looking good, if only the engine was silver too...
Nice! I'm particularly partial to shiny things.
. . . I added up what this bike owes me . . .
No matter what I spend on my Stelvio, it'll never owe me a Penny.It pays it all back in spades the second I let the Clutch out, every single time!!
27 grand eh....Not hard to do when the starting price is near 22 grand, luggage 3 grand, centre stand 200, heated grips near 600 etc, etcDoesnt do the heart any good to add it all up, (says he who has a complete log of every cent spent on the mk 3 lemans since aug 87 and over 333,000 km)Looking forward to see how this looks when you are finished.Cheers
Yes John.I didnít mean it that way but your point is valid, I feel the same about my Norge.
So am I mate..I had high hopes to have the wheels back into the Ď85 this weekend but have not managed to. The wheels are trued and tyres fitted, but my compressor did not have the pressure/flow to inflate the tyres. There is a gap between the tyre and inside of the rim that usually flexes out enough for initial inflation but my setup was found wanting.
I asked for Pilot Road 5ís and havenít looked at them yet.They have road tread.
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