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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-05-2019, 04:30 PM Thread Starter
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2003 bmw k1200lt

Super deal - less than $7500 miles, new tires, runs great, overall great condition. Clear title and current registration.

Asking $3650

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Super deal - less than $7500 miles, new tires, runs great, overall great condition. Clear title and current registration.

Asking $3650

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I always wanted to try one of the LT bikes. I think they look really good.

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Where are you located? And, in doing a little research it looks like the LT bikes have some Gremlins: fuel fittings, oil leaks, rear brakes, final drive. Any of those showing problems?

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Where are you located? And, in doing a little research it looks like the LT bikes have some Gremlins: fuel fittings, oil leaks, rear brakes, final drive. Any of those showing problems?

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The LT does not have differential issues but in all other ways it is a total turd. Fuel fitting issues, Oil leaks, rear brakes and brakes in general. Plus it's super hard to work on and has zero resale value.

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