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    Cool Re: Valve Job Service needed in Orlando

    We are nomads and haven't been home in 2 years. Actually home is the RV. Not complaining here. We love the full time RVing it just does not lend itself to service work on my bike of this nature Unless someone in the area we are currently in has a facility and a willingness to help out. Again, not complaining. My pockets are deep enough to handle the expense IF I can find a competent service center. She's worth it!

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    Default Re: Valve Job Service needed in Orlando

    Quote Originally Posted by 1joeranger View Post
    We are nomads and haven't been home in 2 years. Actually home is the RV. Not complaining here. We love the full time RVing it just does not lend itself to service work on my bike of this nature Unless someone in the area we are currently in has a facility and a willingness to help out. Again, not complaining. My pockets are deep enough to handle the expense IF I can find a competent service center. She's worth it!

    PS. Military was quite different in the early 80's... just saying!

    Thank you for your service! (something not heard back then either)
    WE have talked it over a few times. (full time RV thing) But after living in a mobile home fro 20yr in the USAF I'm not sure I want to do that again. I like having room to work on stuff. Took me almost a week to do mine. But I took my time and didnt work on it every day either. I had probably 6-8 hours in getting the body work off before I could actually inspect the valves. I had all the shims I needed as the same ones fit the FJ1200 motor I had in a racecar. I could maybe work it in, but no telling when I could get to it and finish. Steve has experience with a dealer up that way its probably your best bet.
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