So I got 66K on my 2010 Voyager and just paid it off. How long can I ride free? In other words, how many more miles do I have?
Maintenance is the key. Oil and air filters with regular oil changes. Brake fluid and coolant changes. and don't forget to grease those Zerk fittings and bearings both tire and steering neck. Once every 3-4 months spend some time and tighten all screws bolts and nuts. While your doing this is when you might notice any oil or water leaks. Take care of those pronto and keep on riding.As long as you do regular maintenance I don't know why you wouldn't get well over 100,000. There are plenty of Metric bikes with that kind of mileage still going strong.
Oh yes there is is...... Gotta be old to remember this....No such thing as a free ride!
No such thing as a free ride...... if it has tits or wheels it will give you problems!So I got 66K on my 2010 Voyager and just paid it off. How long can I ride free? In other words, how many more miles do I have?
Hopefully there will be something to go back to. Seeing as how Yamaha finally put the Royal Star Venture out to pasture with no signs of replacing it though make me wonder if they haven't bowed out of the full sized touring cruiser market for the foreseeable future. Would be a shame if that were the case.Yamaha............ I will go back to Yamaha after I wear this Kawasaki out....