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at the Airheads tent: my first MOA rally experience

Hi, I got back from the rally last eve and am still aflutter from my first experience. It was pretty special. Seeing motorcycles in every direction, along the streets of the fairgrounds where youd expect to see them but also on sidewalks, next to tents, indoors, etc. gave me a good feeling. That......


center stand springs R80 Monolever

Hey All, A few years ago I picked up an old 1985 R80 Monolever. Im trying to get it back into shape, as the previous owner made some changes including removing the center stand. I picked up a stand on ebay and have been trying to mount it. All easy enough, until I got to the spring......


Prototype R75/5 ???

Posted on Facebook by John Lacko. https://www.facebook.com/groups/69295835989/fref=nf Can anyone shed any light on what this motorcycle is/was Photo was provided with an eBay auction of an aluminum gas tank (cannot locate auction). *Note:* HT leads coming from side of front engine cover......


Konis for my 1974 R90/6

Hello, I am looking to replace the old, non-original, shocks on my 1974 R90/6 with a used set of Konis from Ebay. There are several sets available right now that all look good. My bike currently has shocks with a mounting hole spacing of approx. 13.5. The ones that is see advertised currently......


Engine cleaning ?

For some silly reason after 34 years my 1984 R100 is leaking oil from the sump pan gasket. It probably has something to do with my never checking the pan retainer bolts to see if they were loose!! They were. Now I can use some help. What product would you recommend I use to clean the oily......


How to remove my Bing CV Type I slides (two screw diaphragm covers)?

I hope this isnt double posting. I have another parts question running about these carbs. But this is a specific issue. Ive got two manuals in my shop that cover my 1983 R65. Unfortunately they are not specific to my year/model, but cover the range. On carburetors both manuals......


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at the Airheads tent: my first MOA rally experience

Hi, I got back from the rally last eve and am still aflutter from my first experience. It was pretty special. Seeing motorcycles in every direction, along the streets of the fairgrounds where youd expect to see them but also on sidewalks, next to tents, indoors, etc. gave me a good feeling. That......


center stand springs R80 Monolever

Hey All, A few years ago I picked up an old 1985 R80 Monolever. Im trying to get it back into shape, as the previous owner made some changes including removing the center stand. I picked up a stand on ebay and have been trying to mount it. All easy enough, until I got to the spring......


Prototype R75/5 ???

Posted on Facebook by John Lacko. https://www.facebook.com/groups/69295835989/fref=nf Can anyone shed any light on what this motorcycle is/was Photo was provided with an eBay auction of an aluminum gas tank (cannot locate auction). *Note:* HT leads coming from side of front engine cover......


Konis for my 1974 R90/6

Hello, I am looking to replace the old, non-original, shocks on my 1974 R90/6 with a used set of Konis from Ebay. There are several sets available right now that all look good. My bike currently has shocks with a mounting hole spacing of approx. 13.5. The ones that is see advertised currently......


Engine cleaning ?

For some silly reason after 34 years my 1984 R100 is leaking oil from the sump pan gasket. It probably has something to do with my never checking the pan retainer bolts to see if they were loose!! They were. Now I can use some help. What product would you recommend I use to clean the oily......


How to remove my Bing CV Type I slides (two screw diaphragm covers)?

I hope this isnt double posting. I have another parts question running about these carbs. But this is a specific issue. Ive got two manuals in my shop that cover my 1983 R65. Unfortunately they are not specific to my year/model, but cover the range. On carburetors both manuals......


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