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Looks to me this battery is 16 years old.  Impressive.  But perhaps not appropriate to offer at any price...maybe is use it for my model plane battery charging...
FS WTB WTT ~ Bikes ~ Parts ~ Gear / FS USED WESTCO. Sealed Battery K75
« Last post by Rcgreaves on Today at 01:31:16 PM »
Is that the date of manufacture on the second label?  Ive never had a battery work that long???

New its $125. 

If you need a battery made an offer or come collect it. 

fits in a USPS flat rate box

It load tests fine...
I have yet to replace the exhaust gaskets on any of the four bricks I've owned and had no issues.  Once I learned to close the throttle when coasting almost all the backfarting stopped.

As far as the "copper" nuts, they're just copper plated.  How much of that copper plating do you see on the nuts that are there now???  I save lots of my money and use stainless nuts and studs from McMaster Carr
Impressive deal project or not.
This was a helpful post. My k75 side stand gives me worries.  The hockey puck under the foot idea is interesting, but not if it masks a member in the side stand or joint. That are wearing to a point of failure.

My thought on the puck is a plate with a catch for the foot that will slide out and in but not slip off the plate once captured.  So, a horseshoe shaped keeper on a 4 square piece of metal plate.  Someone has made one of these no doubt.  Cheers.
Unknown age.  Feel and look serviceable as spares.

Somebody convince me to hold on to they fail?  My 94 has very new looking units from trek around Lake Superior= maybe pack. These with my fuel pump etc kit?
FS WTB WTT ~ Bikes ~ Parts ~ Gear / Re: FS 87 K75S-Clutch Lever Arm $8
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FS WTB WTT ~ Bikes ~ Parts ~ Gear / FS: Gear shifter K75
« Last post by Rcgreaves on Today at 12:45:14 PM »
Crash was to the starboard so the shifter came through unscathed.  I think. This unit came to me from member Revmark

Part # 23 31 1 464 225

$70 + shipping USPS....maybe 1st class if under 13ounces. Priority if over 13

This is a used but perfect unit. 

OEM new is $148ish plus 7for the rubber and bolt.
Yes, usually air entering exhaust will cause popping,... but these bikes do that anyway. If it is not leaking visibly, I wouldn't worry. 
As shown with all the springs etc.  I note that theres a fair amount of metal gone on the bottom of the center stand tube.  I guess a guy could lay up a strip of metal and weld a new layer of material?

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