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    10000 mile checkup
    on: Sep 04, 2016, 07.45 pm
    Sep 04, 2016, 07.45 pm
    My 2014 has 8200 miles on odometer.I am leaving for a 3000 mile trip next week.Is it ok if i do the checkup at 11000? Any thoughts?
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    Re: 10000 mile checkup
    Reply #1 on: Sep 04, 2016, 07.48 pm
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    Give it a good going over yourself and it will be fine.... its only 10% over.

    Is it running rough or giving any indications of any potential issues??
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    Re: 10000 mile checkup
    Reply #2 on: Sep 04, 2016, 09.25 pm
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    I would inspect the tires, brake pads, and change the oil if is more than 7,000 miles since the last change.

    Have a good trip.

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    Re: 10000 mile checkup
    Reply #3 on: Sep 05, 2016, 01.26 am
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    Cropbiker-Bike is running fine.No issues that i am aware of.
    Zshyster-Changed oil myself yesterday.Tires have less than 1000 miles on them.Brake pads are also good.Thanks for well wishes.

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    Re: 10000 mile checkup
    Reply #4 on: Sep 05, 2016, 05.56 am
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    I have a 2014 and put about 10500 miles on my Trophy before I had the 10,000 mile check up done.
    I started out with about 6000 miles and took it in after my trip ,  if you are worried about the warranty then take it in early.
    My 500 mile service was at about 600 miles.
    As long as you have a good dealer you should not have any issue with a few miles over or under.
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    Re: 10000 mile checkup
    Reply #5 on: Sep 05, 2016, 01.11 pm
    Sep 05, 2016, 01.11 pm
    The mechanic at the dealership I frequent told me just to keep it close. The service deadlines are guidelines not specific mandates. If it's running fine, you'll be okay.
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    Re: 10000 mile checkup
    Reply #6 on: Sep 08, 2016, 06.04 pm
    Sep 08, 2016, 06.04 pm
    *Originally Posted by rvbobby [+]
    My 2014 has 8200 miles on odometer.I am leaving for a 3000 mile trip next week.Is it ok if i do the checkup at 11000? Any thoughts?Thanks
    I would check the basics only and change the engine oil and filter.   I would not take the bike apart to change the air filter unless I've been riding in very dusty areas. I have around 12K on mine and I still have not changed the air filter, but I know where I have been riding a lot better than does the service manual.

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    Re: 10000 mile checkup
    Reply #7 on: Sep 08, 2016, 09.59 pm
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    If they're going to have it all apart, might as well spring for the few extra bucks and have them change the air filter as well. Otherwise it's a huge PITA to change it yourself.  :028: Just my two cents.
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