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oil sight glass change

Ok everyone whats the best way to do this? I will be changing the oil when I do this.
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Ok everyone whats the best way to do this? I will be changing the oil when I do this.
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I will have to defer on the sight glass change to someone who has done it. I believe it requires a fair amount of swearin', yellin', and bustin' of knuckles.

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I melted a hole in the old one, put a hooked piece of metal in and pulled it out. Tapped the new one in, and done. Was harder getting the fairings off than changing the site glass.
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I melted a hole in the old one, put a hooked piece of metal in and pulled it out. Tapped the new one in, and done. Was harder getting the fairings off than changing the site glass.

Did it 2 weeks ago, 20 minutes to melt the plastic, pull the glass and replace with a new one

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Re: oil sight glass change

comes with retainer clip but it is not used correct
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just did mine , like they said above , on a '99 you dont need the retaining ring

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Re: oil sight glass change

Here is another point of view - why change it?

I couldn't tell you the last time I looked at mine, must have been early on the '02. If I don't see it on the ground or coming out the tail pipe, I figure that it must be in the engine. It is such a PITA to look at anyway. Can you name another manufacture that gives you a (cheap) light to check the fluid level or puts the sight glass where you nearly have to lay on the ground to see it? You would think that it would have an dash light to tell you if it was low (like the brakes).

Come to think about it, I couldn't tell you the last time I checked my truck. I only checked the van because SWMBO was taking a trip and asked me about it.

I love my LT but, gosh darn it, there are just so many of these screwy things - i.e. oil fill hole on the side of the engine instead of on top (like the last K bike) where you can actually pour into it; having to remove the foot peg to refill the trans.; the trans. drain plug location and what you have to get to it; it goes on and on. It's like they don't want you, or the mechanic to be able to service it.

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comes with retainer clip but it is not used correct
The retainer clip is used on the Boxer bikes, not K bikes. The boxers develop pressure pulses in the crankcase as the pistons move in and out, and this has blown many a sight glass out of them. Never a problem on the K engines since two pistons are moving out while the other two are moving in, canceling the pulses.

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post #9 of 34 Old Mar 26th, 2010, 8:08 pm
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Re: oil sight glass change

It's easy to replace when the oil filter is out. From that opening beneath the engine you can get in a long punch or screwdriver and and just knock it out. To install use a socket to drive it in.

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Re: oil sight glass change?

umm, why will I someday- apparently(?) need to change out the sight glass???

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They tend to fog over so that you can't see the oil level in the engine.

I agree with Kim, why bother?

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Re: oil sight glass change

Also they have it a little over full and can only see black when they look at it thinking they need a new one. Best to ride it until warmed up and the put on the centerstand with the engine still running. The watch the sight glass as you shut off the engine. If you see black then and not the oil rising back into view, then you need a new glass.

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Here is another point of view - why change it?

I couldn't tell you the last time I looked at mine, must have been early on the '02. If I don't see it on the ground or coming out the tail pipe, I figure that it must be in the engine. It is such a PITA to look at anyway. Can you name another manufacture that gives you a (cheap) light to check the fluid level or puts the sight glass where you nearly have to lay on the ground to see it? You would think that it would have an dash light to tell you if it was low (like the brakes).

Come to think about it, I couldn't tell you the last time I checked my truck. I only checked the van because SWMBO was taking a trip and asked me about it.

I love my LT but, gosh darn it, there are just so many of these screwy things - i.e. oil fill hole on the side of the engine instead of on top (like the last K bike) where you can actually pour into it; having to remove the foot peg to refill the trans.; the trans. drain plug location and what you have to get to it; it goes on and on. It's like they don't want you, or the mechanic to be able to service it.
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Anybody have a recommendation where I can order a replacement sight glass for my 2005 K1200LT ? I am no where near a dealer so just want an online source I can order from if possible. Thanks in adavance
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Anybody have a recommendation where I can order a replacement sight glass for my 2005 K1200LT ? I am no where near a dealer so just want an online source I can order from if possible. Thanks in adavance
MAX BMW is highly trustworthy, which is a rare thing when dealing with dealers.

http://www.maxbmwmotorcycles.com/fic...5&rnd=04302013

I cant find the sight glass in the microfieche online, give them a call and see if they can get you what you need.

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Thank you, both A&S and MaxBMW list the sight glass t $33.77. Is that reasonable ? I somehow had the impression it should be less than that ? Isn't there a generic aftermarket version that is supposed to be about $13 or so ? I could swear I saw that someplace back before I needed the part now I can't seem to find the info anywhere...

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Any part that says BMW on it and is less than a hundred bucks is priced right. Just did my throttle cables. $175.00, but I got TWO cables and TWO pieces of plastic for that amount.


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Any part that says BMW on it and is less than a hundred bucks is priced right. Just did my throttle cables. $175.00, but I got TWO cables and TWO pieces of plastic for that amount.
Dean,not to hijack this thread, but I did your modification to the stock cables 2-3 weeks ago. I'm hoping the cables will last for a while, after all the bike only has 14K on it now. How long did yours last and why did you change them?

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So I'll assume that you guys who never look at the window have also welded your car's dipsticks shut?
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Part found in a picture . . . on a parts Site

Since I live in a town with no BMW dealer I aim for an online BMW dealer who offers a
discount and that would be Countryside in Chicago. Just order as normal and put the code
PROMO15 in the proper box and when the bill tabulates viola - a 15% discount. However no
M&Ms!! Some apparel does not get 15% off but most bike parts I have ordered do . . .



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I do love that the proper German way is to buy the special tool..

http://www.maxbmwmotorcycles.com/fic...18523906_1.pdf

It's a fantastic tool, but a prime example of german engineering.

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I do love that the proper German way is to buy the special tool..

http://www.maxbmwmotorcycles.com/fic...18523906_1.pdf

It's a fantastic tool, but a prime example of german engineering.
That doc shows 7 different tools!

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That doc shows 7 different tools!
I like the American engineering. Melt a hole, yank it out, hammer the new one in. No solutions for problems that don't exist.

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All those tools make sense if you are working with a GLASS sight glass and you don't want glass getting ground up in your engine. Plastic just melt a hole

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Or even simpler, take long screwdriver, poke it out from the oil filter hole.

I am sure that if you melted the hole or just poked it out at the bmw engineering facility that several german engineers will start yelling all at once.

I like to think that every time I don't do it the BMW way, an engineer cries.

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Or even simpler, take long screwdriver, poke it out from the oil filter hole.

I am sure that if you melted the hole or just poked it out at the bmw engineering facility that several german engineers will start yelling all at once.

I like to think that every time I don't do it the BMW way, an engineer cries.

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Can you name another manufacture that gives you a (cheap) light to check the fluid level or puts the sight glass where you nearly have to lay on the ground to see it?
With my 1998 Kawasaki Voyager XII, it is pretty much the same scenario.

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With my 1998 Kawasaki Voyager XII, it is pretty much the same scenario.
It has been nearly 10 years since I sold my 1987 Voyager XII, but it was not nearly as bad to check oil level on as compared to my LT. You did have to bend down as far as for the LT, but you did NOT need a flashlight. And there was a nice 45 degree angle on which you could mount a mirror and then check your oil level while seated on the bike. Here is the listing from the AVA web site:

Voyager XII Oil Checker - "Oil Checker" mirror allows you to check your engine oil level from a standing position vs getting down at eye level with the sight glass. $3.00 delivered (as of 3/06), includes everything needed for permanent installation on your Voyager XII. Contact E-MAIL

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I don't know if this was dis cussed but is there a place to order parts in the USA other than ebay or a local dealer thanks in advace.
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Max BMW, BOBs BMW, A & S BMW also Pandora's Motorsports are all I have ordered from in the past.

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Like stated . its easy to pop it out from the inside with a long screwdriver when the oil filter is out for an oil change. But before you go trying to replace it, you may be able to clean it with a rag on the end of the screwdriver from the inside too.
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Like stated . its easy to pop it out from the inside with a long screwdriver when the oil filter is out for an oil change. But before you go trying to replace it, you may be able to clean it with a rag on the end of the screwdriver from the inside too.
About to do this on my next oil change, one thing I noticed on my replacement is that there is a piece of metal on back side of glass with holes in it, so not sure how cleaning would get to the plastic.....

So there is no need for any type of gasket sealer or any thing else.....I take it I should coat the rubber ring with oil to help push it it? For the life of me I don't see what holds this thing in....


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Yes lightly coat the outside of the site glass rubber with motor oil and drive it in with a suitable drift or socket.

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