Lucas2Bosch Posted October 29, 2007 Share Posted October 29, 2007 Parts Reasonable Life Span, At what mileage should Preventative Maintenance items be addressed that are not covered under the standard 6/12 Maintenance Schedules other than tires, batteries, and brake pads? I know we feel they should ALL last forever, but I'm talking about the average for most riders, not the extremes. Items off the top of my head (but not limited to).... Alternator Belt = [Defined as either 24k or 36k] Cables = Clutch (I know, up to the user, but average) = C02 Sensor = Fuel Injectors (Serviced and/or Replaced) = Fuel Pump = Shocks (Stock) = [Was it about 30k ?] Splines Lubed = [With clutch replacement ?] Timing Chains = Everything else missing Expected Component Overhauls Alternater and/or Brushes = Brake Masters/Calipers (with proper maintenance) = Final Drive = Forks = Starter = Trans Bearing/shaft O rings/... (Average here) = Valve Guilds/Heads = Everything else missing Again, averages here please. Link to comment
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