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So I got this LT from my stepdad. He bought it when it was only a couple of years old and put some miles on it. Then the rear main started leaking and he couldnt ride it anymore due to the oil getting on the clutch. It has been parked for a while now. Outside in Florida for a few years and then in his garage after they bought a new house. I just picked it up and brought it to IL and hope to get it going again. Ive done some reading and watched some videos and think I have a handle on the repair. I already have all the body panels stripped off in my garage. So I am looking for anything else I may want to do while I have it torn down to save any future work. I plan on ordering parts today. It has 83,000 miles on it and the engine was running fine when he stopped riding it. Also there is a tool I need to get to the rear seal I saw in a youtube video. Any idea how to get it without paying for the BMW one?
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So I pretty sure I need these parts at the minimum. Can I get away without replacing the clutch if its not too worn or is the oil contamination the end for it?
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Not really. Oil contamination is hard to remove and at 83,000 I will venture the clutch disc is near its end of life due to wear anyway. Beemerboneyard sometimes has the Siebenrock "better than stock" disc at a price better than BMW (I have one in my bike). You will need a Viton o-ring 19 x 4 for the output shaft to clutch housing seal. You may or may not need the main seal. The real oil leaker is that o-ring. You will likely need the flay wheel ( called the clutch cover ) and the pressure plat as they usually have heat checks and cracks at that age. You will know more once you get into it. That tool was probably the flat bar than locks the housing to remove the nut, very easy to make. Many resources here and people willing to help you get through this. Often you can get parts at a better price from the UK and even with shipping you are money ahead.

From a FB post in the K1200LT group:
Here you go if it helps Part Qty Total
CLA70455 Clutch friction plate 1 £86.00
CLA32925 Spring 1 £42.00
CLA32974 Pressure plate 1 £52.20
CLA33449 Clutch cover plate 1 £95.40
CLA51274 Clutch wire ring 1 £3.41
CLA60797 Nut 1 £8.70
CLA54417 Bolt 6 £12.60
CLA42377 Washer 6 £3.90
TOA12652 Alignment tool 1 £15.05
CLA30440 Felt seal 1 £3.00
CLA32604 Washer 4 £1.20
CLA52156 Gasket 1 £2.10
GEA56019 Seal 1 £12.20
GEA50149 Bush 4 £3.60
GEA67733 Seal 1 £13.40
ENA60389 Seal 1 £24.00
ENA60456 O ring 1 £1.06
SIA170017751-KIT Service Kit 1 £62.84
Postage & Packaging £13.10
Total £455.76

This is from https://www.motorworks.co.uk/vlive/Home/index.php

You may or may not need all these items.

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Awesome info thanks. Those prices are really good. Ill wait ordering until I get finished tearing it down. May save me from replacing the seal if its just the oring.

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Not really. Oil contamination is hard to remove and at 83,000 I will venture the clutch disc is near its end of life due to wear anyway. Beemerboneyard sometimes has the Siebenrock "better than stock" disc at a price better than BMW (I have one in my bike). You will need a Viton o-ring 19 x 4 for the output shaft to clutch housing seal. You may or may not need the main seal. The real oil leaker is that o-ring. You will likely need the flay wheel ( called the clutch cover ) and the pressure plat as they usually have heat checks and cracks at that age. You will know more once you get into it. That tool was probably the flat bar than locks the housing to remove the nut, very easy to make. Many resources here and people willing to help you get through this. Often you can get parts at a better price from the UK and even with shipping you are money ahead.

From a FB post in the K1200LT group:
Here you go if it helps Part Qty Total
CLA70455 Clutch friction plate 1 £86.00
CLA32925 Spring 1 £42.00
CLA32974 Pressure plate 1 £52.20
CLA33449 Clutch cover plate 1 £95.40
CLA51274 Clutch wire ring 1 £3.41
CLA60797 Nut 1 £8.70
CLA54417 Bolt 6 £12.60
CLA42377 Washer 6 £3.90
TOA12652 Alignment tool 1 £15.05
CLA30440 Felt seal 1 £3.00
CLA32604 Washer 4 £1.20
CLA52156 Gasket 1 £2.10
GEA56019 Seal 1 £12.20
GEA50149 Bush 4 £3.60
GEA67733 Seal 1 £13.40
ENA60389 Seal 1 £24.00
ENA60456 O ring 1 £1.06
SIA170017751-KIT Service Kit 1 £62.84
Postage & Packaging £13.10
Total £455.76

This is from https://www.motorworks.co.uk/vlive/Home/index.php

You may or may not need all these items.
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So I got this LT from my stepdad. He bought it when it was only a couple of years old and put some miles on it. Then the rear main started leaking and he couldnt ride it anymore due to the oil getting on the clutch. It has been parked for a while now. Outside in Florida for a few years and then in his garage after they bought a new house. I just picked it up and brought it to IL and hope to get it going again. Ive done some reading and watched some videos and think I have a handle on the repair. I already have all the body panels stripped off in my garage. So I am looking for anything else I may want to do while I have it torn down to save any future work. I plan on ordering parts today. It has 83,000 miles on it and the engine was running fine when he stopped riding it. Also there is a tool I need to get to the rear seal I saw in a youtube video. Any idea how to get it without paying for the BMW one?

Good luck on the repair, and welcome. The only other things that I have know that you may want to repair are:
1. Fuel line Quick disconnects
2. air filter (below fuel tank)
3. rubber lines on fuel pump assembly (in tank)
4. gas filter since you're in the tank already
5. change rubber Brake lines to braided steel

02' K1200LT current bike
'85 Honda Sabre V65
'80 Kawasaki KZ650
'72 Honda 350/4
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