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Old 01-27-2013, 12:23 AM   #1
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R1150GS EML Enduro

Started with an 1150GS and most of a used EML kit I purchased in Holland last Fall. There was no body with the kit s I'm building one from scratch. It will have on-board air, winch with front and rear receivers and the ability to tow another motorcycle. This rig will be used as a chase vehicle for http://www.rawhyde-offroad.com/.

No more para-lever.



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Leading link and all wheels are 14".



Starting on the sidecar frame.

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Old 01-27-2013, 12:36 AM   #2
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Last couple of days has been body mounts and lots of tube bending and notching.











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Old 01-27-2013, 09:04 AM   #3
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What was included in the EML parts you bought? Sub-frame and struts? Sub-frame, struts and leading link?

When you say "no more paralever" did you maybe mean "no more telelever"? (For non-BMW aficionados out there, the paralever is the rear swingarm and the telever is the front suspension A-bracket but even BMW guys sometimes mis-speak and say them in reverse!)

Those Rawhyde guys are gonna love having 2 gallons of instant air! But Gawd that thing takes up a lot of space. I like your idea of mounting it in a box so that (I'm guessing) you can easily remove it and replace it with a cargo box and seat when you want to go out and bash around on your own.

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Old 01-27-2013, 10:32 AM   #4
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What was included in the EML parts you bought? Sub-frame and struts? Sub-frame, struts and leading link?

When you say "no more paralever" did you maybe mean "no more telelever"? (For non-BMW aficionados out there, the paralever is the rear swingarm and the telever is the front suspension A-bracket but even BMW guys sometimes mis-speak and say them in reverse!)

Those Rawhyde guys are gonna love having 2 gallons of instant air! But Gawd that thing takes up a lot of space. I like your idea of mounting it in a box so that (I'm guessing) you can easily remove it and replace it with a cargo box and seat when you want to go out and bash around on your own.
The EML came with everything minus some hardware and the body. Correct- Telalever.. It was very late when I posted this.
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Old 01-27-2013, 11:38 AM   #5
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Very nice

Very nice utilitarian chariot, I'm not a big fan of the box tube but given the amount of work your doing it's surely able to give you a straight and square start.I thought I hung out in the only welding shop with microwave magnets everywhere.I didn't see you there ! LOL
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Old 01-31-2013, 08:20 AM   #6
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What was included in the EML parts you bought? Sub-frame and struts? Sub-frame, struts and leading link?

When you say "no more paralever" did you maybe mean "no more telelever"? (For non-BMW aficionados out there, the paralever is the rear swingarm and the telever is the front suspension A-bracket but even BMW guys sometimes mis-speak and say them in reverse!)

Those Rawhyde guys are gonna love having 2 gallons of instant air! But Gawd that thing takes up a lot of space. I like your idea of mounting it in a box so that (I'm guessing) you can easily remove it and replace it with a cargo box and seat when you want to go out and bash around on your own.






From the pictures, it looks like BMWEuro is correct!
No more Paralever AND no more Telelever!
In the rear, no more Paralever, as it looks like a steel MONOLEVER with a fixed torque shaft.

This is one tough looking Hombre!
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Old 01-31-2013, 05:28 PM   #7
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From the pictures, it looks like BMWEuro is correct!
No more Paralever AND no more Telelever!
In the rear, no more Paralever, as it looks like a steel MONOLEVER with a fixed torque shaft.

This is one tough looking Hombre!
Nice build BMWEuro .
I would love to hear more about the "steel MONOLEVER with a fixed torque shaft"

Cheers Ian
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Old 02-01-2013, 09:35 AM   #8
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Nice build BMWEuro .
I would love to hear more about the "steel MONOLEVER with a fixed torque shaft"

Cheers Ian
The pivot on the rear drive had to be cut off and the driveshaft is stock. I'll see if I can take some more detailed pictures.
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BMWEuro: Looks cool.

What width wheels are they [4"; 4.5"; 5" ??]?

What size tires?

Same wheels/tires on all 3 corners?

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BMWEuro: Looks cool.

What width wheels are they [4"; 4.5"; 5" ??]?

What size tires?

Same wheels/tires on all 3 corners?

Thanks,
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They are all 3 the same and 14's. Sorry for the late reply.
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Old 02-17-2013, 12:45 PM   #11
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More welding.....



Mocking up the fender. I think it would look better if a section 2" out of it.



Bigger step/side bumper. I'll cut the small one off.



Locking rear box mount.




The rear box houses a compressor and tank and is portable.

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Old 02-17-2013, 01:25 PM   #12
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Cool stuff Chris!!
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Old 02-17-2013, 01:51 PM   #13
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What's the deal with the black beauty in the background?
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Old 02-17-2013, 02:17 PM   #14
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What's the deal with the black beauty in the background?
That is a customers bike that is getting a set of my 15" alloy rims and a bunch of other stuff. He has had the rig for over 20 years and over 200,000 miles.
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Cool stuff Chris!!
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