Question about 2001 BMW F 650 GS
Hey, I recently purchased a BMW 650 from an online auction. I am pretty familiar with the bike and had first hand knowledge of the bike and its previous rider. The rider stated that coolant escaped from the left side of the engine and soaked his pant leg below the knee. The motorcycle was towed back and stored for several months after that and never fixed. Any ideas on what may have caused this. I am trying to find an inexpensive fix for this problem rather than dropping a load of money at the local dealership. Thanks for any help I can get out there.
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Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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