200,000Km Service

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  1. Karl Dutschke

    Karl Dutschke Currently not dead Lifetime Member

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    Hey all,

    So my Leggy is very nearly at the 200km mark, and is very well in need of a bit of a "refresh".

    What's going to be needed for the major service? And what will be different to the 100km service?

    I'm looking at doing the lifters at the same time, so hopefully everything should be nice and quiet once more
     
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    Just the water pump on top of the 100, and the alternator. They tend to start fucking up around the 100K mark.
     
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    Oh, and the obvious "rectify anything that's worn/broken"
     
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    Did the alternator about 10km ago, so that should be tine for a while hopefully haha

    Everything else is in pretty good condition surprisingly, I've just done the engine mount bushings, with just the roll-stops to go
     
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    Make sure you do all tensioner pulleys etc with the timing belt. I would also do the tensioner itself as it is cheap insurance...
     
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    otherwise you'll end up with a sloppy hotdog belt that slips off
     
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    Wouldn't want to nutt all over the place either, that could get messy
     

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