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WANTED - 2005 F45 1000s parts

Im looking for
1- FOUND and SORTED
2- Original bar ends / counterweights
3- Original / aftermarket bolts - stainless, various - please no red ones
4- Upper / lower chain guide / protector
5- Owners manual booklet - not sure what version number for the 2005.

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I know it may sound a little redneck, but you can use electrical tape on the airtubes. Wrap it around 2-3 times, then trim off the excess.
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Or old inner tubes, cut some rubber bands !!!

You can find the owner manual (and all the manuals) at Donsy's web site:

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I know it may sound a little redneck, but you can use electrical tape on the airtubes. Wrap it around 2-3 times, then trim off the excess.
thanks for that - it will get rid of the rattle for now - still would like the original parts tho. Aim is to find / replace all the missing bits i'm finding are not there.

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Or old inner tubes, cut some rubber bands !!!

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yes ive been using those manuals like a mad man - great resource. Again still on the hunt for the original bits. Cheers

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As already said, just use rubber bands on the intake tubes - the originals are useless !

I use the red wider ones that the postman used to leave everywhere.
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I use the red wider ones that the postman used to leave everywhere.
HAHAHA that got me laughing! Thanks.
Over here as well but standard tan color.

Using an inner tube is a great idea.
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I can't take credit for the idea - I asked the same question to Chris at Xbikes years back - he told me that is what he used 😉
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I can't take credit for the idea - I asked the same question to Chris at Xbikes years back - he told me that is what he used 😉
no, it's funny how postal workers are similar -- ubiquitous rubber bands
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thanks for that - it will get rid of the rattle for now - still would like the original parts tho. Aim is to find / replace all the missing bits i'm finding are not there.



yes ive been using those manuals like a mad man - great resource. Again still on the hunt for the original bits. Cheers

Look at Star twin Trading. They sell a lot of OE parts
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Jeez;
I thought everyone knew about the inner tube rubber bands......get bicycle, MX bike and car ones, learned that
from my Father when I was maybe 5
Want more tension? cut them wider
Want to glue irregular shapes? cut them in long strips....nothing works better, OK, old style surgical tubing
does, but I can't find it any more .....used to come in red and green for welding hoses, but its been outlawed
WTF, I run 1-3 psi with my Purox 00D torch, it has push on fittings

To the OP, cut a narrow one and put it on 1st, then cut a wider one and put it over the narrow one......use rubber cement
Voila a free tapered seal
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