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Sold my 1999 R1100s These are the parts I removed. Limburber rear hugger I am asking $100.00 Moto Techniques torque arm (made in USA) Asking $100.00
Bob's BMW Bar Ends. Bobs asking $65.95 mine are $45.00 All items plus actual UPS shipping charges.


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How long is Moto Techniques torque arm ?
365mm or 385mm ?
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I would be cautious about that "Limburber" rear hugger. It may be an ebay knock-off of the "Ilmburger" design that is well known.

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Bought the hugger out of Germany, reasonably certain it is a Limburger, been on the bike for several years with no problems
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Is the torque arm for the sport suspension or the standard suspension?
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It's the shorter version, really helps turn in on the corners.--Bob
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Torque arm length is 365mm
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Pardon my ignorance, however, can you tell me if this is the proper length for my 2004 BCR which, of course, has the "sports" suspension?

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Not sure, one of the guys said they were 265mm & 285mm this is the 265. When I bought it they said it was the GS length. Do know it jacked the seat up about an inch and really helped the cornering.--Bob
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