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    Do you think EBC will know? They are just...

    Do you think EBC will know? They are just wholesalers. I mean, sometimes the guys at the parts-counter have useful opinions, sometimes not.
  2. Oh good! Great success if you find the prolem...

    Oh good! Great success if you find the prolem without buying parts you don't need..and yes indeed. The clutch actuator at the end of the cable is a maintenance item, and it can go awry if not right. ...
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    Very true ^^ If I can't see through the corner, I...

    Very true ^^ If I can't see through the corner, I slow down in any case. Never truer than at night.
  4. Air leak has already been suggested. I'm never...

    Air leak has already been suggested. I'm never sure about this as the only cure all the time where the bike needs to get hot before it leaps in rpm. here's Some things to do to confirm or offer...
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    Yes I would too. It's that " different compound"...

    Yes I would too. It's that " different compound" that would particularly propel me to replacement.
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    Thanks LAB3...since Trump's dump, it's been a...

    Thanks LAB3...since Trump's dump, it's been a while without GSResource's humour.
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    Here's the picture that didn't upload when I...

    Here's the picture that didn't upload when I posted. Red plugs . No car, no motorcycle shown
    62690
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    You're not off to a great start,are you? :) First...

    You're not off to a great start,are you? :) First lesson is watch those part numbers. Happens to everyone sooner or later especially on the inter-web where it's not always so plain with pictures...
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    google "ratchet strap motorcycle shock spring...

    google
    "ratchet strap motorcycle shock spring removal"
    Works fine for motorcycle shocks. I've done it fairly often to paint the springs. You just need room to get at the nut on the shaft.
    ADDED:...
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    https://www.startpage.com/av/proxy-image?piurl=htt...

    https://www.startpage.com/av/proxy-image?piurl=http%3A%2F%2Fcdn.shopify.com%2Fs%2Ffiles%2F1%2F2217%2F0259%2Fproducts%2F20141_30_brown_tire_plugs_grande.jpg%3Fv%3D1554243069&sp=1617891368T7e053a51a679a...
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    I've used lots of plugs on the side of the road...

    I've used lots of plugs on the side of the road due to a job I had. The wheel needn't be taken off. Get your 12volt pump running and go from there. Never without cement. They were fine.

    But...
  12. Buy a bike over here. (You'll need an...

    Buy a bike over here. (You'll need an international driver's licence) Or look harder for transport options. There must be a container with a little space for your bike....Shipping type companies...
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    Firstly, I would take it to a professional for an...

    Firstly, I would take it to a professional for an estimate. ideally said professional will be in a tidy shed restoring Vincent motorcycles for sheer love of it....:) But it helps to consider the DIY...
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    Oh, thanks! you too! But you know, I begin to...

    Oh, thanks! you too! But you know, I begin to wonder why ALL tire plugs aren't red so they are easy to spot on the tire...
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    True, no mention of glue, the colour is the...

    True,
    no mention of glue,
    the colour is the clue. (I'm a bad poet and I knoet :)

    They are not obvious about the difference, but as a guess, I think those red ones are for garden tractors...
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    This for the 1981 GS1000GL, ? Thanks for posting...

    This for the 1981 GS1000GL, ? Thanks for posting , habsdoc. Tips like this can be a godsend to someone doing a forum search.
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    Nice! but a small portable bicycle pump works...

    Nice! but a small portable bicycle pump works too. Though indeed, removing a bicycle pump always gives a little "whisht", which is about 2# of the pressure so carefully applied and is awkward.
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    Yes,sorry, it's nice to have the thing working- I...

    Yes,sorry, it's nice to have the thing working- I get that for sure but if it's looking like too much trouble....I'd at least want a picture to make a judgement call whether a chisel would crack it...
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    That sounds like a Honda setup I had on a...

    That sounds like a Honda setup I had on a GL500....you might look toward them.... I don't like the air setups on Suzuki much- kind of tricky getting both sides the same(which the Honda setup...
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    They're not super useful anyways in my...

    They're not super useful anyways in my experience. Nothing beats the "trip meter" reset to 00000 when you fill up
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    @Burque Yes ...my '88 Honda CB450S RESONATES and...

    @Burque Yes ...my '88 Honda CB450S RESONATES and stabilisation just doesn't help. I do know a lot about stuff that won't work :) but I will mention "Earplugs" as a damper foam if you get into it...
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    @Rich82GS750TZ..a caution: Be careful using your...

    @Rich82GS750TZ..a caution: Be careful using your phone. Iphones in particular have ruined their fancy cameras so get a special mount. I'd avoid using any decent phone on a motorcycle anyways.
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    These are poor results. All three "legs" should...

    These are poor results. All three "legs" should be very near the same and also, voltages are all low ESPECIALLY if the stator is an original to the Suzuki, the which, in particular should read very...
  24. But air has not changed. And it's air that holds...

    But air has not changed. And it's air that holds the bike and rider up.

    Air pressure in tires is per the load it supports, the comfort the air cushion provides, and the factors that heat and...
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    I like Trevor's because... it's so local. So odd....

    I like Trevor's because... it's so local. So odd. "Only in BC, eh?"

    It's hard to make much of a gas stop photographically speaking, even if it's the one place everyone must stop.
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