KLR parts needed

Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by bdcorrigan, Feb 24, 2013.

  1. bdcorrigan

    bdcorrigan Been here awhile

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    Just checking here before I buy new, does anyone have one front and one rear turn signals and the rear brake pedal frame mount they are willing to sell. Shoot me a PM if you do.
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  2. peterman

    peterman cop magnet

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    I very well can fix yer broken grabberholden,,and I do bleev I have some parts for the blinky lights,,maybe a whole assembly or two.
    Yer gonna ask me to go look aren't you!?:huh,,Dang! Do you know how much crap I have to move to get back in there? No!,,no, you don't,,you should come here and I could send you on a search mission, don't blame me if all you find is spiders!,,"lost in the attic,,been silent for a few days now,,spiders problly got him",,"yeah,, the last poor fucker that went up there looking for some mufflers never did come down",,,maybe his corpse is still there to this day!
    you could search for days if we're goin on my memory base of which box to look in next!,shit!,this could take months!:lol3
    why don't I keep my mouth shut?:deal
    tern signals,,aren't they the ones that fly the longest distances?
    help an intern to make the right turn in supporting the arctic tern,,
    or some shit,,who's got that doobie,,,got another beer?
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  3. HH

    HH Hurricane Harry

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  4. Sedro Tom

    Sedro Tom No hurry, no worry

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  5. oldmonkeybut

    oldmonkeybut Digital Emigrant

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    Grabbenholder!.....yer looking at the picture upside down. This is on the right side and is obviously the "Holdenderstompnstopper".

    Yes....Quite well Fix it you could.
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  6. bdcorrigan

    bdcorrigan Been here awhile

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    Of course I am going to make you look Peterman, but not today for I am going to run down to the local rip off and only salvage yard here in the Portland area first and see what he has...
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  7. bdcorrigan

    bdcorrigan Been here awhile

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    I looks like pot metal. If so there is no welding there.
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  8. tblume

    tblume gettin'it

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    I've got a whole front instrument cluster/darthvadermask/blinkers thingy- lemme know if you still need.

    also- looks like the subframe bolts are loose- there's a kit out there to make them mo' betta', Marks KLR .net I think?
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  9. oldmonkeybut

    oldmonkeybut Digital Emigrant

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    That is Aluminum thusly weldable by a qualified Welder type person.

    Tim is right ! The busted piece is only the start of your problems. Your Subframe is loose and being wallowed out. You better take a close look at the upper subframe mounting area as well. You best hurry up on your winter project....Spring is just around the corner. :lol3
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  10. bdcorrigan

    bdcorrigan Been here awhile

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    Ordering up the eagle Mike subframe bolt kit and Doohickey, choke relocation and the broken brake mount just now. I hate waiting!
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  11. Scott_PDX

    Scott_PDX Leisure Engineer

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    Good choice. I've just about added Eagle Mikes whole inventory to my KLR....and it's all indespensible (or so I told myself).
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  12. freeflow

    freeflow get in or go in

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    stumbled across this thread. have spare klr brake bracket.....but you ordered already :lol3, I coulda delivered it to pdx next week :augie
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  13. bdcorrigan

    bdcorrigan Been here awhile

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    Thanks, but hold on to it fo the next heavy beaker that snaps his while screwing around. JRA (just riding along) and it broke I don't k or what happened? Oh we'll Eagle Mike is hooking me up with a cool black one that my fat ass won't break. Thanks again freeflow.
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  14. freeflow

    freeflow get in or go in

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    it's a known potential weak spot on the klr, but I have yet to see one break on the fleet of KLRs I deal with....the only flaw in a KLR :norton

    maybe you were looking for more rear brake than it can provide :lol3...

    you get more out of downshift than that anemic brake anyway :lol3
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  15. bdcorrigan

    bdcorrigan Been here awhile

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    I am thinking it was cracked before I bought the bike a few day earlier. The previous owner had laid it down and well I get to find all the glitches that come with a used bike.
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