All of the bookmarks have been updated to today's date.
there are hundreds of new Technical Tips that have been included in this new release.
and as always, they are in Chronological order like military uses...
So, if you are reading this as a brand new topic, you owe it to yourself to go to Post #1 and follow the instructions.
If you are reading this as a new post, and you already have a set of these bookmarks, you should download this new set, delete your old Sub-Topic titled "Motorcycle" and then import this new set of bookmarks into your browser. This of course means you too, must go to Post #1 and follow the steps, exactly... no cheating :rofl:
Then it will appear once again, just like it did the first time...
I just went thru this procedure twice, on my very own Desktop PC, just to make sure it works as advertised.
Thanks for doing this and it is a fantastic way to browse the forum. Followed your instructions and it was done in less than a minute. Will browse it to see what I have missed. Again thanks for doing this.
Thanks for the kudos, it has been a labor of love.
I just noticed that the last update is now a year old...
that has been the result of my wife getting ill last July and being hospitalized from August thru Jan 27th this year. That was the day she passed on, and it has taken me a long time to get to feeling like watching the forum like I used to.
anyway, I will try and do a new update, when I think I have enough new links to make it worthwhile.
you can add your own bookmarks to what i have done and keep your own personal set up to date.
just be aware, that the New Version does indeed contain all of the old VALID links that were in the previous dated set. However, some of the Dead Links have been removed.
I test them manually, I cannot allow "Bookmarks Checker" to do an automatic removal of dead links, because it does so by link, not by Title of the link....
I store the same link in several different places, because a STATOR problem is pretty much the same, for all the 4 cylinder bikes.... so, a general method of testing them can be found under the index for all of the 4 cylinder bikes.
And, I have added a general STATOR index in the main Index that contains a lot of the same info....
Not all of us think alike, some want to go to "Stator" to find their problems.
Others want to go to GL1100/Stators to find their solutions....
So here's a new idea. Let's just post what we did - and if ya did nothing, maybe this thread is inspiration for you to do *something*.
I'll kick it off.
I took the GL-1200 to Barnes and Noble - looking for a magazine for my wife. (yeah, I'm cheating, it was yesterday, but hey - it's 7am here.)...
Sometimes you just want a job done by a pro, don't have time to tackle a project, or don't want to invest in tools you know you'll need.
It may be a good dealership, or individuals working out of their garage...don't matter as long as the skill is there.
For me, I need someone I...
I think it has more to do with your physical health, than it does with age.
This young gentleman from Nova Scotia is only 100 y/o now.
Looking through a drawer today, found a buckle I forgot I still had.
I bought it in a antique shop in NC in the late '90s just a couple years after buying the '85 GL1200A that was Vintage Red.
We had rode the 1200 down the outer banks and came back home inland through SC - NC - into Va.