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Started by TJ10EC, December 10, 2023, 07:52:20 AM

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TJ10EC

Thanks for adding me. I recently acquired a 84 FJ with less than 1000 miles, one owner.  I also own a 05 FJR. Pictures to come. I am Tim Johnson and I live in the Augusta Georgia area and ride the mountains of North Georgia,  North Carolina and Tennessee regularly.

TJ10EC

Picture of my FJ brothers.

fj1289

Very nice!   :drinks:

1,000 miles?!  Guess we'll find out how well it held up sitting around - hopefully you won't be chasing a lot of oil leaks.  It'll be great to see it get proper use!

Motofun

welcome to the group.  Make sure to keep in touch with regards to the fall east coast rally.  We get together every September in Tellico Plains for a week or so.
'69 Honda Trail 90
'75 Honda CB400F
'85 Yamaha RZ350
'85 Yamaha FJ1100
'89 Yamaha FJ1200
'09 Yamaha 125 Zuma
'09 Kawasaki KZ110 (grand kids)
'13 Suzuki GSXR 750 (track)
'14 Yamaha FZ-09
'18 Suzuki GSXR 1000R (track)
'23 Yamaha Tenere 7
SOLD: CBX,RZ500,Ninja 650,CB400F,V45 Sabre,CB700SC,R1

Pat Conlon

Welcome Tim! There is something special about those Stormy Red and Quartz Silver '84 FJ's.  Ask me how I know..

If I may make a suggestion, go to your Profile and on your signature line, put in: '1984 FJ1100'.  This will then automatically appear on all your posts. That way when you ask a question, we will know what year FJ you have.

Cheers.  Pat
1) Free Owners Manual download: https://tinyurl.com/fmsz7hk9
2) Don't store your FJ with E10 fuel https://tinyurl.com/3cjrfct5
3) Replace your old stock rubber brake lines.
4) Important items for the '84-87 FJ's:
Safety wire: https://tinyurl.com/99zp8ufh
Fuel line: https://tinyurl.com/bdff9bf3

FJmonkey

Welcome Tim, nice to see some new owners show up during our slow season. Less than 1000, what a garage find you have. Time to look at all the soft stuff. Seals, brake lines, tires...
The glass is not half full, it was engineered with a 2X safety factor.

'86 Ambulance - Bent frame, cracked case, due for an overhaul
'89 Stormy Blue - Suits my Dark Side

aviationfred

Welcome to the Forum  :hi:

Wow...... only 1000 miles





Fred
I'm not the fastest FJ rider, I am 'half-fast', the fastest slow guy....

Current
2008 VFR800 RC46 Vtec
1996 VFR750 RC36/2
1990 FJ1300 (1297cc) Casper
1990 VFR750 RC36/1 Minnie
1989 FJ1200 Lazarus, the Streetfighter Project
1985 VF500F RC31 Interceptor