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Hi, thanks for the add.
I am coming to the USA next month and I'm looking at at a 2001 K1200LT to buy and travel around on for 4 weeks.
Ridden a lot of bikes over the years including BMW's but all "air heads".
I'm now over 60 years so not after "fast to go" bike.
My question is, at 6 foot five and about 300 pounds will I fit on one of these with all the tupperware and plastic ?
The weight and feet on the ground will not be a worry, BUT will my legs and knees fit with the tank and leg fairings ?
Thanks for any advice.
Plan on traveling around for about 4 weeks, have a second hand bike that I'm looking at and will either resell or store for next year for another trip.

Cheers from Australia.
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