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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-09-2017, 11:02 PM Thread Starter
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Been a busy bee trying to aquire all the accessories I've always wanted for my XR but never got around to getting. Pickings are slim so keep an eye on eBay.
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Been a busy bee trying to aquire all the accessories I've always wanted for my XR but never got around to getting. Pickings are slim so keep an eye on eBay.
you got that right... good thing a majority of parts from the cross countries are interchangeable with our xr's
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So got the Lloyds timing gear in. And according to the instructions it takes 20-45mins. That is when Murphys law doesn't apply. Hold up#1, Exhaust shields were in the way. #2, cover wouldn't pop off pins, had to pry it off and one of the pins was in the cover, one on the engine. #3 gasket shredded and razor blades didn't want to clean well. #4 torque spec for center bolt wasn't part of the instructions, thanks to the forums, didn't take long to figure out. 2 hours later, it's installed waiting for sunrise to fire up.
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I've been all over mine, except no cams. Last winter I had the front end of to do the forks and upgrade the steering head bearings. As far as the timing wheel install goes, removing the floorboard gives you access. But that's water over the bridge now.
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I've been all over mine, except no cams. Last winter I had the front end of to do the forks and upgrade the steering head bearings. As far as the timing wheel install goes, removing the floorboard gives you access. But that's water over the bridge now.
An Accessory that will really flatter your bike is found in the link in my signature.
You couldn't possible mean a lay down license plate bracket that's the best value out there that many on the forum have (including myself) and all like?
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You couldn't possible mean a lay down license plate bracket that's the best value out there that many on the forum have (including myself) and all like?
I will take all the pimping for my license bracket that I'm offered. Thanks Vindex.
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Seen alot of cleaning products that claim to clean chrome. You can spend a ton of money and still come up shot on shine, or you can use an old friend, Mr. SOS pad and lovingly bring life back to stained chrome. Be gentle, use plenty of water and just enough pressure to slide pad around.
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Nice!!.................

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