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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by damasovi, Jan 17, 2007.
chingado damasivi the surgery went wrong man
is good see you compadre
VIC!!! long time no read!!! how are you guys doing? still got the KLR? we need some recent pics!!! Adios wey! te cuidas!
A nice day just out of Philly.
The rest of the story here: http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=879049
Final chapter to be posted tommorrow night.
Man, I hate it when they are...... to be continued.
Like the old "Batman" tv show......
(hope everything's okay)
Spoiler alert, All is fine.
my klr 600 was in poor condition
with a little work..........
I cut the fender to lower
I had long ago found a suitable hull in France et voila
I hope not to have exaggerated with the photos and hope you like my work on the klr I use exclusively off-road
Not at all, nice work.
love it...that fairing is great...good job
+1 Nice job on the front fender as well.
That pic is most excellent. I know exactly what she's thinking - I get that same look from my wife all the time.
I see two quarts of oil peeking out from the top case...did you feed the KLR? Yours probably has an appetite like my 04. What it doesn't consume, it dribbles it from various areas.
No external leaks!
I will go through some oil though. I think over that events I used about 2/3 of a quart. I gave the rest away to somebody with an F800GS who put a rock through their case.
The KLR is awfully heavy anyway, might as well carry a few spares
About 26,400 miles ago.
I have the wrench and puller for loan.
Located in Tracy, CA
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Hey Scott what is that Carnegie area like. Can you ride up there. I drove through the area last year for work and it looked interesting.
I just put a Duchin Dash on my KLR. Now I'd like to put a voltmeter on the dash, problem is, from what I hear, digital voltmeters are hard to see in the sunshine; cure might be an analog voltmeter. Does anyone make one that is water proof?
It's not the best, but it's not the worst, I've taken my KLR up there a few times but it's really for smaller bikes
I was just up there Sunday on my XR400
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Here's a video I put together from 2011, looks about the same, getting dry..
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Went for a ride Saturday and it snowed on Sunday. What gives? I thought it was spring? :huh