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    Who's Been Ripped Off Using eBay

    Sorry about your experiences, but I've bought a ton of stuff on Ebay. I've generally had a really good experience. The closest I came to getting ripped off was when I bought a computer case. It was the wrong one, when I contacted the seller, they wanted me to pay for the return shipping of the wrong item and then repay for shipping of the case I actually bought. I got Ebay involved and they froze their account until they corrected the problem. I ended up getting the case I bought and didn’t have to pay anything else; it just took about an extra month. I’ve ordered a lot of stuff for my XR and 3 cell phones and haven’t had any problems other than doing the shipping research before bidding. Some people ask WAY too much for shipping. Ed
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    Oil cooler for '00 650L?

    I saw this link from another forum. I don't remember which one though. I am in the process of doing it now. I drop the bike off this Friday to get the mount for it welded on the neck. Hope it turns out ok. I'm using the cooler and lines off a XR250. I am just going to mod the lines to make it work. I hope this helps. http://www.xlv.ch/XR/Generalinfos/Oil-Cooler.html
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    front disk cover for xr 650l ?

    Acerbis makes one. I picked mine up from chaparral, but pulled it off. It kept rocks off, but kept mud and clay on. I'm still thinking of cutting the disc guard part off and remounting the fork guard part.
  4. I have had the Tflex on my 650L for about 150 mile 60/40 road/dirt before going from sand to mud and clay on a ride. It handled great. I was about 3 1/2 mile in and got a flat. That tire got me out without having to walk my bike so I think I would have to say it is a good tire. It does seem just a little squirrelly on the road, but I try to stay off road as much as possible. To many crazies on the roads. But this is my own opinion.
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    2005 XR650L - comment on jet size

    Chicago, Instead of rejetting, if you also trail ride at slower speeds, try new sprockets. Stock is 15/45 and I'm running 13/48. With that I still run a stock chain size and I don't have to continuously change between 1st & 2nd. I've (off road of couse) lifted the front in 1st, 2nd and 3rd. You will trade top end speed for the gear switch though. Hope this helps. Ed
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    2005 XR650L - comment on jet size

    Chicago, Instead of rejetting, if you also trail ride at slower speeds, try new sprockets. Stock is 15/45 and I'm running 13/48. With that I still run a stock chain size and I don't have to continuously change between 1st & 2nd. I've (off road of couse) lifted the front all the way through 3rd. You will trade top end speed for the gear switch though. Hope this helps. Ed
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