Re: 140m km annual service
It sounds like you have a good one there. I could go through a very expensive list including the clutch housing O-ring and the final drive crown bearing but just giving things a good shake to see if there is any obvious play like the rear wheel, front wheel bearings and the pivot bearings on the swing arm to make sure things are still tight. Have a look see at the top of the engine to see if the breather tube has cracked and is leaking condensed oil vapor on top of your engine. If your slave cylinder is original, you might consider replacing it as the throw out bearing is in the end of it and if that goes, it is one of the things that will take your clutch with it but that is not a cheap easy replacement. Not much is on the LT.
If it is running well, you could just run it until you have any of those above issues as having a dealer go through all that would be several thousand $US Biggest safety upgrade will be the brake lines already on your list and the internal fuel rubber lines will keep you from getting stranded should one of the old ones blow out from ethanol poisoning if it is in your fuel. If it isn't leaking oil, keep riding it.
Sugar Hill, GA
2001 K1200LTI – Champagne (current ride) Lazy Susan
1998 R1100RT – Never should have sold it
1974 Yamaha TX 750 Twin. Omni Phase Balanced
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