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|09-30-2016 10:41 PM|
Originally Posted by klr4evr View Post
|09-22-2016 08:41 PM|
That is interesting reading. And at least one fairly specific itemized maintenance breakdown with no mention of valve adjustment. Over 50K miles. Maybe someone called it out later. Short attention span. But that would intrigue me (and make me worry less about mine).
|09-22-2016 08:13 AM|
Originally Posted by pdwestman View Post
|09-21-2016 07:44 PM|
Originally Posted by Back2Kawi View Post
I'm at 78,000 +. On a mostly stock 1987! Spring damped balancer weights included!
Then ya' all need to read this post from the 'dark .net'.
And then read the whole thread!
|09-21-2016 06:14 PM|
|OkiePokie||man, if that's true, that's impressive! Someone get ahold of this guy and get him to tell us the secret to making a KLR last that long, not that durability of the KLR is in question!|
|09-10-2016 05:39 AM|
Even if it's 72k, not shabby for a Gen 2 already.
That scooter doesn't sit around much.
If he's a daily commuter and rides gentle those
numbers could well be right.
|09-09-2016 06:54 PM|
|Back2Kawi||How do we know it's not 72,000. Not trying to be a smartass, but I kinda wondered that on these old style speedos. It's been decades since I've owned an analog one.|
|09-09-2016 06:26 PM|
|klr4evr||I'd be more interested in what type of seat he has.|
|09-09-2016 01:45 PM|
|James M||Wonder if he's done the doo!|
|09-09-2016 08:51 AM|
I'm curious to know what, if any, mods he's done to his bike.
But a high mileage rider like that probably doesn't have any time or interest to post on the internet. LOL.
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