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  1. Nos oem XX fork seal set (2 seals, 2 dust seals). Partzilla sells them for $61 pair plus shipping, yours for $45 delivered.
  2. That's a generous and kind offer, sir. Before I take you up on it, could you tell me what swaging tool you have that fits SC6-6 ring terminal size? Eye opening dia. 5mm. Found the terminals, and I'm considering owning the tool. Givi way under engineered their lid retention system in my opinion.
  3. I run a Givi E55 top case on my bird. The lid's rubber straps stretch allowing the lid to flop open. I fabricated a pair if 3/16" cable straps with crimped brass electrical eyelets. But they're not working in wind or long term- crimped eyelets pull off cable. How would you do this better, and what would you use?
  4. Thank you, sir. Glad they arrived safely and the USPS didn't damage the package. 👍
  5. Will look for his possible follow through. Had two Facebook group XX owners post they definitely wanted it, one found out he didn't have the money to pay for it, the other just disappeared. This is a fair and reasonable deal for an expensive seat combination.
  6. Used left and right foot rest assemblies. Newer narrow peg style. Extra set of peg feeler tips. No right foot peg included. Parts have very minor scratches, no heavy crash damage, not bent or cracked, clean-over all condition an honest 8/10. $150 for all plus shipping from Chicago IL.
  7. New unused sprocket set: Sprocket Specialists 45T rear steel powder coated black and 17T countershaft nos oem Honda. These are quality parts- cheap sprockets and chains don't last. Partzilla sells the countershaft for $68 + the rear was $33 = $100. Sell both for $60 plus shipping from Chicago IL area.
  8. Is fuel pump malfunction/failure a known common issue with our bikes? I realize it's 20 years old, but mine only has 15K miles. I agree with superhawk996 that wiggling the fuel pump connector the first no-go that did get it to start, is an important clue. When new battery arrives I'm going to focus on that again.
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