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post #1 of 9 Old Jul 23rd, 2017, 8:13 am Thread Starter
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13475 oxygen sensor

I have a new never used 13475 sensor for 70 dollars shipped and 4 of the copper gaskets new for the exhust for 12 dollars shipped and a OEM 7/8 25249 TOOL to take it out if you strip it Got rid of bike

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I have a new never used 13475 sensor for 70 dollars shipped and 4 of the copper gaskets new for the exhust for 12 dollars shipped and a OEM 7/8 25249 TOOL to take it out if you strip it Got rid of bike

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Got rid of the LT huh? Did you replace it with something else?

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Got rid of the LT huh? Did you replace it with something else?
Ya I replaced with a goldwing and I really do like it It sits lower ,don,t have to think about the braking thing when coming to a stop ,not as top heavy and much easier to work on
Don.t get me wrong I enjoyed the LT for the 7 years and 90,000 plus miles I put on her and you guys on the forum where great
Maybe I was just do for a change

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I don't know about easier to work on. Just as much plastic. Difference is. You never have to work on a Wing. Doesn't have all the issues. Yes. The braking thing will be better. And not as top heavy. That gas tank below the seat is all the differance.

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I have a new never used 13475 sensor for 70 dollars shipped and 4 of the copper gaskets new for the exhust for 12 dollars shipped and a OEM 7/8 25249 TOOL to take it out if you strip it Got rid of bike

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Any one want to pay 60 dollars for sensor
Or you can have it all for 80 dollars sensor ,gaskets, tool
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I don't know about easier to work on. Just as much plastic. Difference is. You never have to work on a Wing. Doesn't have all the issues. Yes. The braking thing will be better. And not as top heavy. That gas tank below the seat is all the differance.
I will not get in to details but I do like the wing better The biggest plus is the handing no premium gas and you can say what you want I went through everything on this bike it is easier to work on
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I will not get in to details but I do like the wing better The biggest plus is the handing no premium gas and you can say what you want I went through everything on this bike it is easier to work on
Well. I Was referring to all the plastic. Helped a buddy strip his wing. Still plastic involved.Although. It was easier to change the air filter on. Which brings up another advantage to the wing. No removing the gas tank to do it. And center of gravity. Oops.. That makes two things. Just making light of the subject. I wanted a Goldwing .And was my first choice while looking for a touring bike. But was outta my price range. Then i found the LT. But that doesn't mean next bike won't be one.
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Well. I Was referring to all the plastic. Helped a buddy strip his wing. Still plastic involved.Although. It was easier to change the air filter on. Which brings up another advantage to the wing. No removing the gas tank to do it. And center of gravity. Oops.. That makes two things. Just making light of the subject. I wanted a Goldwing .And was my first choice while looking for a touring bike. But was outta my price range. Then i found the LT. But that doesn't mean next bike won't be one.
Changed your rear wheel yet? On the side of the roar with no lift?

I watched a video of a Wing air filter change and it looked at least as involved as the LT. Most other things look much easier though. And things won't break nearly as often. And running regular gas pretty much offsets the loss in fuel mileage.

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Had both. Advantages both ways. I do know I spent 2-3K on the wing trying to get it as good as a stock LT as far as stuff like heated accessories,rider wind protection,adj windshield,etc.
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