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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I believe that the Adventure model is higher, has stone guards etc... and is more orientated to long distance traveling...eg: bigger fuel capacity.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
It seems the only solution is to exchange the ABS Modulator. I´ve not heard of any repair company that refurbish these parts. It´s an expensive reposition part, and I´ve just got the problem on my 2007. It seems the 2008 GS has a Recall for this problem, but not on the 2007.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
You basically split the bike in half. You need a way to support the machine under the engine and then remove the whole rear section of the bike. You will have to disconnect the brake lines to the rear brakes and remove the wiring harness to the rear section of the bike. It is not a job for the timid..... but can be done if you have some mechanical aptitude and take your time.
Much easier on the R1200GS than the R1200CL listed in your title
Posted on Aug 10, 2010
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