Guess I'll start this show. I had some tread left on the Metzler tires that were on the bike when I got it but being me I want to go with a new set. Michelin Commander II's went on the front and rear.
Routine maintenance on a bagger, ain't real routine is it Chuck? you should have pretty trouble free summer now. I pull that routine about the end of winter when I down mine for a week or two every year and it is a good time to find a lot of little things you don't normally see and head them off before they become a problem. You will like the Commander II's.Guess I'll start this show. I had some tread left on the tires that were on the bike when I got it but being me I want to go with a new set. Michelin Commander II's went on the front and rear.
While doing the tires I went ahead on put new ceramic pads by a company call 'Sixty' on the front and rear.
While the wheels were off the bike, why not put new seals and bearings in. 33,000 and 11 years on the others.
While we are at it, lets do the oil change.
Put the bags back on after the tire change and the left tail/brake lights did not work. Had the repair the wiring at the plug.
Pretty much trouble free so far with 67K on mine, I run an analog volt meter on mine tied into switched main power on mine .I can tell how much the voltage drops with whatever gizmo I turn on. Old school cool.Nick, I'd have to put 2 meters. One per stator. After I bought the bike Denny mentioned it had two. Yep, two r/r's sitting at the bottom of the radiator. Double trouble?