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post #1 of 40 Old Sep 23rd, 2008, 4:00 pm Thread Starter
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Tech session in the Easton, Pa area

I would like to know if anyone would be interested in showing me how to take the plastic off my LT. I need to do a 12K service soon and it already is due for an oil change. The dealer in my area closed and it was really expensive to have them do it anyway.
This forum has helped me in so many ways I can't count them all. So is any one up to teaching an old dog a new trick? It would be fun to get a few of the LT owners together.

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I would be up for that. I am in central NJ. What date did u have in mind? I can bring the Sayegh DVDs, Clymer manual and shop manual. Probably could bring another LT owner.

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The dealer in my area closed

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I would ride down too. Just get some paint pens and small baggies. Trust me it takes time coming off, but going on it is nice to just grab screws and feed them in the proper color holes.

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I don't have any dates in mind. Most weekends in Oct. are OK. I am willing to host at my home but I do only have a one car garage. Also it would be nice to have someone there that has done this before.
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Touch of Class in Phillipsburg closed the BMW part of his shop. Next closest dealer to me is about an hour or so away
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I can join you guys except for the weekend of the 11 th. Good for about 3 hours.
BTW I have done just about everything to the LT. Just a time consuming process.
Steve the owner of TOC will continue to work on BMW bikes , he just won't sell them. He got fed up with the corporate bull.

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Touch of Class in Phillipsburg closed the BMW part of his shop. Next closest dealer to me is about an hour or so away
I'm not surprised, I bought a bike from them (CLC) a few years ago I also owned a 1200 GS that I bought from Hermy's, I wanted to trade both in for an LT. They refused to even consider the deal since I bought the GS from Hermy's. So guess who I bought my LT from? If there's something you can't do yourself or you don't feel comfortable with I couldn't recommend Hermy's high enough, just 35 min west of you.
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I would ride up also.
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I am willing to help in any way I know how. Is there something particularly challenging you wish to do? Many of the 12K items are little more than a look. Some (like fluid changes) are more involved but the entire driveline (engine, trans, FD) are all easy to do.

For the later year LT's, I have not myself done brake or clutch bleeds (nor made or purchase any special tools to do this).

I have a shop and Clymer manuals.

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I am willing to help in any way I know how. Is there something particularly challenging you wish to do? Many of the 12K items are little more than a look. Some (like fluid changes) are more involved but the entire driveline (engine, trans, FD) are all easy to do.

For the later year LT's, I have not myself done brake or clutch bleeds (nor made or purchase any special tools to do this).

I have a shop and Clymer manuals.

What year LT?
My LT is an 02. Is there a list for the fluid changes so I can have what is need on hand?
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Would any or all of you be able to make Oct. 12th. If it works let me know and I will try to have all the fluids and any special tools we may need. Or would someone have a better place to hold the session?
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Would any or all of you be able to make Oct. 12th. If it works let me know and I will try to have all the fluids and any special tools we may need. Or would someone have a better place to hold the session?
I noticed murray could not participate that weekend, and it would be important to have him there. Oct 5th would be good for me.

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My LT is an 02. Is there a list for the fluid changes so I can have what is need on hand?
Here is maintenance schedule;
www.sayegh.org/bmw/maintenance.htm


Here is valve check and adjustment: (note: the RS & LT same procedure)
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Special tool 14mm allen socket 1/2" drive (cut allen to 5/8" in length) I use an 18" breaking bar to get trans plug out.

That is the basic list. I would come but, I'll be at The Void 4 Rally October 10th, 11th, and 12th. And the first weekend in October is the BMWBMW Oktoberfest.

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Re: Tech session in the Easton, Pa area

OK let's try a new date the 12th does not seem to be good. The 5th is no good for me so. I know if we wait to late into Oct. it will get cold. Will the 25th Sat. or the 26th Sunday work for any of you.
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OK let's try a new date the 12th does not seem to be good. The 5th is no good for me so. I know if we wait to late into Oct. it will get cold. Will the 25th Sat. or the 26th Sunday work for any of you.
I will come either day.

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The 25th works better for me but, the 26th is ok also.

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Alright we will try to do this on the 25th of Oct. Anyone who would like to come please e-mail me at [email protected] and I will give you a physical address and phone number to reach me. I hope Mr. Murray can come that day. He will be of a great help. Also I will let it up to him to pick a start time. I can provide coffee for those who wish to have it. How many more would be interested. Let's make it a fun and informative day.
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Dan,

Keep in mind you may not be able to complete this project on a weekend. If the valves are out of spec. You have to pull the cams to determine correct bucket replacement size. So if this info is not determined by 2 PM Saturday you will not have time to hit the shop for parts.
It is also advisable to note all bucket specs for future valve service. If a valve is tight you know the current bucket size and replacement required w/o cam removal.
It would be a good idea to familiarize yourself with the shop manual. Also do you have the tools for the job ?

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Tech session is a go for this coming Saturday. I hope all of you can make it. Please let me know.

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I plan to be there at 10am. Coffee would be nice. See ya then. Call me at 908-281-7323 if there is any change.

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I'm planning on being there also. Although, there is a 40% chance of showers in the Baltimore area and a 30% chance in the Easton area.

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I plan to be there at 10am. Coffee would be nice. See ya then. Call me at 908-281-7323 if there is any change.
Dan-

I may be able to make the tech session this Saturday if the host would like some latecomers. Would you like to ride up there together?

I am not 100% in, but I will try my best to make it.

I live in Edison and seeing you are close enough and willing I thought I'd ask!

I am just coming to meet everyone.

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Looks like rain on Saturday.

Stay dry, have a good day.
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I still plan on attending. See you on Saturday.
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What are your thoughts if it is raining on Saturday?

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I'm planning on being there also. Although, there is a 40% chance of showers in the Baltimore area and a 30% chance in the Easton area.
It is now 70% chance of heavy rain from Baltimore to Easton, may have to switch to alternate vehicle. See ya there.

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It is now 70% chance of heavy rain from Baltimore to Easton, may have to switch to alternate vehicle. See ya there.
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I live in Dillsburg, PA.
If the weather people are incorrect, would you like to meet up here in south central Pa and ride up together?
If it does rain and ridin' would be a pain, I'd just drive up also.

Would you be coming 270 to 15 or up through 83?

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It is now 70% chance of heavy rain from Baltimore to Easton, may have to switch to alternate vehicle. See ya there.
Sounds like a 30 % chance of no rain and a 100% guarantee that I will ride either way.
Come on you guys riding in the rain is good practice !
Plan to be there by noon , I have office hours until about 11 am saturday. Look foreword to meeting you guys.

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Sorry I won't be coming today (Sat Oct 25th). I started out but hit rain so turned around. I dont like wet riding that much. Am sure you will have a great turnout though. Hope to see ya next time.

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Lou,

Thanks for hosting the Tech Day. The weather wasn't all that good, but we were in the garage taking Lou's bike apart which was fun.


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Dave, thanks for coming yesterday. It was a great time and I really learned a lot about my LT. It was great meeting the 5 guys that came. Hopefully we all made some new friends and without a doubt learned about our bikes.

Thanks again,
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Lou, thanks for hosting a great day, just plan the weather a little better next time.

Dave, excellent step-by-step instructions. I learned a lot of those little tricks that make each step so much easier.
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Thanks to Lou for holding the tech event and to Dave for sharing his knowledge. It was great to meet some additional LT owners. I look forward to meeting up with all of you in the future.

PS:

Still have donuts left - could not eat the all!!

Also, the session got me going and today I will be doing a little extra work on my bike - installing a power connection directly from the battery for my heater gear, and replacing the plastic mirror teather with a metal one

Thanks again guys for a nice afternoon.

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Thank you for hosting the tech session.
It was great meeting you and the other guys.
With all those donuts left over, I hope you know a good dentist.

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Thanks for sharing all the information.
I learned a heck of a lot.

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I live in Stroudsburg. Own an 06' LT purchased from Touch of Class. I've removed the plastic to install lights. Also done transmission oil change, final change, and regular oil, and other things. I'd like to visit you on Tech Day.

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I live in Stroudsburg. Own an 06' LT purchased from Touch of Class. I've removed the plastic to install lights. Also done transmission oil change, final change, and regular oil, and other things. I'd like to visit you on Tech Day.

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