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1Back to top Go down    Idaho, Caldwell, Nampa, Boise and etc... on Sat Oct 04, 2014 11:12 am

paulespo

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There are times that I could use some help with doing maintenance and repairs on my 85 K 100 RT. I'm sure others could use some help too. I would like to get a group together and have a pool of K100 owners to share some of their experiences, help one another and maybe even ride.
Anyway, if you are in let me know.




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Love to help, but you're a bit of a commute away.... :-)


If you can't find anybody close that send me a PM and I'll give you my tel no so you can call when needed?



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Greetings from Florida! Having a 'new' K :cyclops: Surprised-o:

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I'm in, neighbor. Smile

    

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Would love to! I'm new to the K-bike but not unfamiliar with a wrench...

I just have to decide what to drive down... Very Happy








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Hi Michael,
White Corvette and one while mirror housing on the flying brick. I like it! Seems appropriate in an odd sort of way.

    

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Hi brickrider!! Thanks! ...I think? Very Happy



M.

    

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That was no back hand compliment. Really.
I'm struck how much my bike looks like yours. However, photos can be deceiving as far as colors go. My bike was repainted with a color more like the common color of bricks (so appropriate!). Does your bike wear OEM paint?

    

8Back to top Go down    Great Let's get together on Mon Oct 06, 2014 11:52 am

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OK,
I'm in
Caldwell and would not mind hosting. I'm thinking that you should PM me and I'll let you know how to contact me.
Let me know when is good for you and we can go from there.

Paul

    

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@paulespo wrote:OK,
I'm in
Caldwell and would not mind hosting. I'm thinking that you should PM me and I'll let you know how to contact me.
Let me know when is good for you and we can go from there.

Paul

Hi Paul!

Incoming PM...


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@brickrider wrote:That was no back hand compliment. Really.
I'm struck how much my bike looks like yours. However, photos can be deceiving as far as colors go. My bike was repainted with a color more like the common color of bricks (so appropriate!). Does your bike wear OEM paint?

Wasn't sure and thought you meant it in a "fate" or "destiny" sort of way, andI agree!!

I noticed the similarities too.
Yes, the paint is original. (Even that right mirror...Very HappyVery Happy)
It even came with this OEM "touch-up" pen!



I was thinking of using the touch-up penandone of the sidepanelsas a color match example for my local paint shop this winter. I love the color and would like to match that mirror and repaint the fairings that need repairing...

M.

    

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