Deltamark Posted May 17, 2006 Share Posted May 17, 2006 Hi all, I recently bought a 1999 R1100RT with about 40,000 miles. I need to have a number of things done to it (fork seal leak, timing belt, 42K service), so the upcoming service is going to cost me a few bucks. I'm wondering how necessary it is at this time to replace the fuel filter? I was told its about two hours labor. A friend of mine suggested that it may not be necessary unless the bike is running poorly. (Its not.) He said that his Harley has almost 80K and he hasn't replaced his yet. Should I fork over the dough now or is it something that can wait? I also hope to take some trips this summer and want to make sure the bike's in top shape. Appreciate your input. Mark Link to comment
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