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Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by PWarren4, Oct 26, 2012.
It's a .jpeg, just have to find it.
Care to share the dimensions? I think I might copy it (only in cherry!).
I did it all by eye, no drawing.
Overall it is 5.75" deep and the round part is 3.75" diameter x 1.5" thick
The mounting plate is 2" x 3.75" x .187" Anodized aluminum
I made a 6" x 8" print from this image.
It is 1440x1064 291kb
I don't know if you could go much bigger
You can google it in images
I think Home Depot has deck screws that are torks
Yes and usually complete with a bit included, but I'd get extras.. You'll thank me later
They have to be good. There is a patent number on it and everything!
I'm new to New England but it can't be normal that it was warmer here this morning than it was in Tampa.
In any case, I took advantage of the weather and went for a hundred mile ride in Vermont in December! Here's a pic from the bank of the Connecticut river.
^^ It's rare sighting to see GSA w cast wheels...
I'm digging it in a "no way I'm riding like I do on mine" kind of way. It is sexy.
You should try to SuperMoto Rosie's Toes w 17"s all around off of R/RS/RT - you may like it more than riskin' to break stuff off-roadin'...
I don't think that's my style:
okay...that is pretty cool looking but I would never do it to Rosie. Looks like an ad for "don't skip leg day"
No worries - yella jacket ain't my color combo either...
And, there's only one way to find out if indeed is/isn't yer style...
Standard T-25, that every R1200GS owner should have.
Sliding all over this morning.
Any suggestions for good knobbies for these bikes?
Rear wild isn't bad. Mileage and traction. Front like tkc 80. Not as noisy. Im sure the 90% guys will say avoid that area since you're not in it 100% of the time. Big bike knobbies handle fine on road. YMMV
Hoping to get some ideas: I have a 2011 GSA 40k miles and when I hit the start button it will barely turn over. Almost like the battery is dead. The battery is a basic acid unit, 2 years old, has a complete charge and is showing 12.7 volts. The terminals are clean and dry, with the connecting fasteners tight. Any ideas? TIA
Two years old battery? Depending on the make, that may be all you'll get out of it, sorry...
Time to get shoppin'...