Author Topic: FS Parting out 1986 K75C  (Read 344 times)

Offline Bmwbob

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FS Parting out 1986 K75C
« on: July 21, 2018, 09:39:52 AM »
I am parting out the remains of a K75C that came to me a while back with leaking oil pump, bad main and gearbox seals, oil soaked clutch and bad rear drive - all parts are located in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

What I now have left:

Bare Frame with title - $100
Bare engine, no covers, no electrics, no throttlebodies, good cams, oiled clutch assembly, offers?
Good tank with working fuel pump- $100
May also have matching C radiator shroud - $150
Saddle bags and mounts (locks facing out) - $50
Complete tail section - best offer
Good valve cover with virtually no scrapes/damage - $50
Good crankcase cover no marks or damage -$50
Complete main wiring harness, original, unmodified, includes relay box, no relays - $50
Black, ABS version, left side footrest mount - $50
Decent muffler - $25
Good header pipes - $25
Drum brake brake lever - $20
2 centerstand assemblies in good to very good condition - $35 each
K75RT radiator(same as K100) with hoses $75
Set of C cables, throttle, clutch and choke $25

Please note!!
All parts are used.
Pics are available as necessary
All prices are in US $s
Shipping is extra or parts can be picked up
Payment by cash in person or by Paypal only

Thanks for looking!
rbhbmw@gmail.com

  • Kingston, Ontario, Canada
  • 1991 K75 RT

Offline thestza

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Re: FS Parting out 1986 K75C
« Reply #1 on: August 16, 2018, 02:40:36 PM »
hello.

still have these parts? i'm looking for an ignition switch / assembly -- and also maybe your C cable set.

lemme know.
  • gross angeles
  • 1988 k75$

Offline bocutter Ed

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Re: FS Parting out 1986 K75C
« Reply #2 on: September 14, 2018, 10:48:24 AM »
Good valve cover with virtually no scrapes/damage - $50
Good crankcase cover no marks or damage -$50
If you still have these I need them ...
  • Toronto, Canada
  • '61 Puch DS60 - '66 Puch 250 SGS - '87 BMW K75s

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