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post #1 of 61 Old 04-23-2013, 10:38 AM Thread Starter
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Arrow Handy spec sheet for Gen2 updated 3/18/16

Kwik-Specs: KLR650
Copyright Mark Bakarich, 2004
Portions copyright Jim Hyman and Kawasaki Heavy Industries

Updated by Tom Schmitz for Gen 2

Gen 2 Front Sheet
Gen 2 Rear Sheet (With Schematic)

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post #2 of 61 Old 04-23-2013, 12:53 PM
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Thanks for posting this, Tom. Very handy.



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Ain't the oil drain plug 12 mm X 1.50? Instead of 12mm X 1.25?

C & G thinks so:

http://www.magneticdrainplugs.com/ka...otorcycles.htm

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Oh, man! Do you have any idea what a pain it is to edit these things?

Alas, you are right, of course.

Fixed, and had to split into two files; the file was too big and a reduced .pdf had poor quality.

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Is it possible to sticky these spec sheets? Both generations? It would be very handy, especially for newcomers.
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Yeah, I stuck them when I posted them.

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Yeah, I stuck them when I posted them.

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"Sorry Tom I didn't realize where you stuck them. I hadn't been to the main Forum tonight ....my bad!" jeff said contritely.
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Just a tip if anybody wants to carry these spec sheets in a tool tube, ala Damocles. Clear Contact Paper (the stuff people line kitchen shelves with) makes an outstanding laminating agent that is both flexible and will remain clear and intact for years.



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Fantastic! Much appreciated!
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