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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky View Post
    Okay don't take this personal.But what time do you people in Georgia start hitting the sauce???

    You neeed to read to two quotes above and try this again.

    I know what you're trying to here-Your trying to make me laugh so hard I'll pee myself aren't you??.. "Your a bad man"
    "I think we are having a failure to communicate". That's from the classic Paul Newman movie 'Cool Hand Luke'.
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    Is this what ya'll call a "pissing contest"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by laen View Post
    Takes me a good hour and a half to change the filter. $70 with filter is a bargain!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    yea!!!! Wish i lived closer to him!!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldWingrGreg View Post
    Thanks Laen !! GoDaddy has parts of my web page down but if my service menu was up and running right now, you'd see that I charge $70 for parts and labor, and I install an OEM air filter for that price.
    I do all my own work, but for $70 to change the air filter (parts and labor) is a good price.
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    Well I still have no found any of those long eared goats .......called Yaks......Lol!

    This is a fun place sometimes........always worth a laugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kit Carson View Post
    Well I still have no found any of those long eared goats .......called Yaks......Lol!

    This is a fun place sometimes........always worth a laugh.
    On my ride today through the rain, I saw two of em on the side of hill yakking it up some. I pulled over, I asked, "what's going on". They only looked oddly at me and continued chewing their cud. So I left them to their yakking and went zoom zoom zoom on my way. As I sit here now at my keyboard, I wonder, are they still yakking it up. I dunno, I will never know. Oh well. But here is a link to some Yakking it up: http://www.yaksongs.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Consciouspilot View Post
    On my ride today through the rain, I saw two of em on the side of hill yakking it up some. I pulled over, I asked, "what's going on". They only looked oddly at me and continued chewing their cud. So I left them to their yakking and went zoom zoom zoom on my way. As I sit here now at my keyboard, I wonder, are they still yakking it up. I dunno, I will never know. Oh well. But here is a link to some Yakking it up: http://www.yaksongs.com/
    Not my style........if and when I listen to music.....I like stuff like

    Enigma.......Enya........Era.........Celtic woman.......not much on songs like ....I was named Sue and have a dog called blue.....Lol!

    So what was this thread about anyway......beats me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Consciouspilot View Post
    Heck, you wouldn't last two rounds with me and I am an old man. Three minutes a round is a loooonnnnngggg time when your in the ring!
    I do believe he was implying "boxer" as in underwear not a fighter. As in the comment of "panties"
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    Quote Originally Posted by treeman View Post
    I agree. When the time comes for an air filter change, no doubt, I'll be visiting GoldWingGreg in Florida. Just another excellent reason for a ride!
    And a very long one at that.
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    Default Brake and Clutch Fluid Change

    [QUOTE=Rocky;3686201]

    "How do I do it" you ask.-The Normal way. I remove both rubber caps and attach my Actron Professional vacuum pump to the bleeder as the Manual outlines for the procedure..






    The only way to bleed/flush the clutch fluid is to remove the lower cowl and two bolts on the Cannister bracket,and then the two hoses to swing it out iof the way to access the bleeder valve.




    Good learning info here Rocky, thanks for sharing! I watched a Honda mechanic of 27 years do my 2003 Wing like you are mentioning above.

    Back to original thread title "Air Filter", I have seen it once and may try it myself and if I run into a problem holler at my local mechanic friend equal to Goldwinggreg.
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