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|19-Apr-2012 11:05 PM (170)|
Originally Posted by marcincan View Post
Thanks for your help
|18-Apr-2012 03:13 PM (842)|
Originally Posted by marc View Post
|18-Apr-2012 03:06 PM (837)|
Very end meaning lever furthest from the grip? If so that is somewhat normal. Be aware that clutch fluid *rises* with clutch wear and that a fluid level above the max mark can cause issues.
Aren't the stock levers adjustable? They certainly are on my '05?
|18-Apr-2012 01:05 PM (753)|
Clutch and Brake lever replacement
Hi Everyone, I am quite new in the BMW world and just bought a 2010 R1200 GS demo from a dealer it had 4600 km when i bought it. I am finding that all the clutch is at the very end of the throw of the lever and the friction point sometimes seems to move. (I understand it's a dry clutch and don't slip it or do anything to stress it) I just brought it in to the dealer and had them bleed the clutch and it is still at the very end... so I have bought new adjustable levers. So I have two questions first does it sound like there is something wrong with the clutch? and second can anyone point me in the direction of a how to on changing out the clutch and brake levers?
Thanks in advance