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Worth noting that -- and I have not verified that this is still true -- Yamaha historically committed to maintaining parts availability for only eight years from current models.
Going over a 700 Fazer, 1986 model. I went to the local Yamaha dealer and asked for the following, specifying OEM:Radiator Wheel bearingsFork sealsBrake overhaul kitBrake hoses, clutch cable cableVarious fastenersI checked on:Clutch partsCam chain and adjusterAll readily available. This for a pretty rare bike (made only two years).Oftentimes you just order by part number instead of bike model and find they are available, readily because they were used in many models.GM does the same thing. Cars long gone from production and you ask for a part by model name, sorry no can do. Go in and ask for part # ###### and they have it ir can get it with next delivery.It comes down to knowing how to ask.
If you're riding an FJR and see someone take their hands off the bars are they run off the road and you move your head side to side, does that count as head shake?Put cheap tires on, never check the air pressure, load all kinds of things on the bars and then as you go down the road, take your hands of the bars as the bike decelerates and it will shake.It's trying to get rid of you, probably for good reason.
The Kwacker was prone to headshake.
... best thought of as a cross-continental missile. No soul? You might want to rethink that when you get the rpms between 5,000 and redline.
You'll get tired of riding the appliance and come back. Good luck though.
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