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OfflineJP6SIX

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    Top case dismantling inner lining
    « on: 2018-04-02 11:44:48 »
    Hi all,


    I am preparing a connection for antenna and power in the top case. Anybody experience with taking out the inner lining of the lower part of the top case? Tips and / or warnings would be appreciated.


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    Joseph

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      Re: Top case dismantling inner lining
      « Reply #1 on: 2018-04-03 23:13:36 »
      I did exactly that a couple of years ago.
      Posted the whole procedure on the other K1600 forum (https://www.k1600forum.com/forum/bmw-k1600-accessories/41337-remove-bottom-shell-top-case.html).
      If you give me your email I can send you the pics.
      Frank (NLD),             BMW K1600 GT Red (2011); top case w/brakelight, comfort package, safety package, F2P, black Wunderlich bars, PDM60, Autocom SPA  |  Other bike: Moto Guzzi V7 850 California (1975)

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        Re: Top case dismantling inner lining
        « Reply #2 on: 2018-04-04 19:38:15 »
        Yes, thank you, I found the thread. It should be easy once you have unbolted the gas dempers. Could you put your photos (if you have more) in a dropbox account and send the link by pb? I would appreciate that very much.
        Regards
        Jos

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            Re: Top case dismantling inner lining
            « Reply #4 on: 2018-04-08 19:48:08 »
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            Dismantling the top case is not covered in the service manual. Only the side cases.
            Frank (NLD),             BMW K1600 GT Red (2011); top case w/brakelight, comfort package, safety package, F2P, black Wunderlich bars, PDM60, Autocom SPA  |  Other bike: Moto Guzzi V7 850 California (1975)