1973 Bmw R-series on 2040-motos
BMW R-Series description
1973 BMW R75/5 LWB with original toaster tank.
This /5 sports the original toaster tank that has been POR-15 resealed. brand new straight Karcoma petcocks, new and correct Continental braided fuel lines and fuel filters.
The 32mm Bing carburetors have ultra-sonic cleaned through 3 cycles and fully rebuilt with all new gaskets, O-rings and diaphragms. All cables have been replaced: clutch, front brake and both throttle. The top end was removed for cleaning and inspection and everything was very good to include: valve guides, springs, seats, piston rings etc...
All were cleaned and reassemble with new PRT seals, gaskets. Exhaust nuts and related exhaust parts were all properly coated with anti-seize for ease of future maintenance. The bike has newly installed and correct "cigar style" mufflers. The original bars were replaced with a pair of German made Euro style low bars(originals will come with it). The seat is also new a made to correct fitment from the U.K.. The Motometer gauge set has a new ring seal installed by Palto Alto Speedometer.
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