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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-Jul-2019, 11:21 AM (681) Thread Starter
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2005 R1200GS drive shaft.

Hi everyone,

I am looking for help if I may and I am aware this is my first post so I hope this request does not annoy or offend.

I have had my 53000 mile R1200GS for 3000 miles and the clutch boss has stripped its splines and there is wear on the gearbox input shaft. Well, that is why it stopped going anyway.

I have stripped it today and to my utter dismay I see that the drive shaft splines at the bevelbox end are worn.

Does anyone have for sale a shaft with good splines or does anyone know where I can buy one.

Kind regards from the UK.

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