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Author Topic: Maritime's new GL - 2UP Distance eater  (Read 49482 times)

Offline Hurco550

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Re: Maritime's new GL - 2UP Distance eater
« Reply #460 on: Mar 01, 2019, 20:06:37 »
Will do. I grabbed a Dyna ign and new coils and wires. Need to do timing belts again been 4 years. Also need to fix a damaged fender.

guess I don't follow the old wings that closely.. do they really need timing belts every 4 years?
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Re: Maritime's new GL - 2UP Distance eater
« Reply #461 on: Mar 01, 2019, 20:45:34 »
guess I don't follow the old wings that closely.. do they really need timing belts every 4 years?
They're interference engines. Usually five is about max if you plan to do some distance riding. It isn't hard, and they are pretty affordable from Amazon. Gates T274 $15.68 each (here in the USA).
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