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    I'll report back after I get the units and...

    I'll report back after I get the units and install them.
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    TPMS sensor buy

    Part number is slightly different on this one but Google searches lead to the same part on 2wheelspro.com and BMW sites.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/171399266344
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    An email to the vendor selling the units got him...

    An email to the vendor selling the units got him to change the quantity from four to two...after he finished his meal! Problem solved, two TPMS sending units ordered.
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    No interest in acquiring some spares? These...

    No interest in acquiring some spares? These carry BMW part numbers. I'm pretty sure BMW sources this part from China.
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    TPMS sensor buy

    lgb, with this deal one will cost $42.50. I tried the battery replacement. Easier said than done. I can almost guarantee you'll screw up the first attempt....I did. That's why I'm trying to buy...
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    TPMS sensor buy

    BMW uses the same tire pressure monitor sensor, they call them RDC sensor with valve, on many models, R and K. The part number is 36238521797.

    The BMW part retails for $130. A manufacturer in...
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    Centre Pennsylvania checking in

    Welcome. We live in a fantastic motorcycling state and BMWs are a great choice to ride around in it.

    If you find yourself in the Harrisburg area on Sundays, the BMW Dutch Country Riders (MOA 56,...
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    Photos: Free Association

    Sierra de las Nieves, Andalusia, Espana. Winter 2008.

    http://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-txBBZMkb3aE/R9AxNF_WdLI/AAAAAAAAB2U/Qi4axmmXnXk/s1024-no/PICT0757.JPG
  9. Thread: Headlamps

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    My 09 R12GS has the same problem. I can go...

    My 09 R12GS has the same problem. I can go through a OEM or standard replacement bulb in under 6 months, sometimes 3; my record is 21 days. I bought a set of heavy duty bulbs through a local shop,...
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    Concur. Taillight turns on with switch.

    Concur. Taillight turns on with switch.
  11. They offer a shock & spring to replace the BMW...

    They offer a shock & spring to replace the BMW unit and graft the ESA-specific bits onto it. Wilbur and ?├╗hlin also offer the option.
  12. Thanks, all. My Type A personality demanded...

    Thanks, all. My Type A personality demanded action. After review and follow-up on suggestions here, elsewhere, and from my dealer (Hermy's) I ordered a new Hyperpro.

    Thanks again.
  13. 60K miles, 4 years old.

    60K miles, 4 years old.
  14. R12GS ESA rear shock replacement recommendations?

    Hello Friends,

    The ESA rear shock on my '09 R12GS has sprung a leak, dribbling oil on the garage floor. 60K miles. Looks like my options are OEM (not), Works, Wilbur, or ?├╗hlin. I'm looking...
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    Try Shinko E705. I get 7-8k on rear, 8-10 on...

    Try Shinko E705. I get 7-8k on rear, 8-10 on front, and a pair costs $160 delivered. I always used Tourance, but the price of Shinko cannot be ignored.


    Lee Hetrick, Harrisburg PA USA
    R1200GS,...
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    Dynabeads and TPM

    I have been using Dynabeads on my '09 GS with TPM for the last three tire changes. No problems, TPM function continues normal operation, good wear characteristics on the tires.
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