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    Oldbmwmc
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    Manuals and Parts Catalog on CD

    Anyone out there buy these? They seem too good to be true.

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    Registered User kioolt's Avatar
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    I've got the parts CD and find it very useful. I use it to find parts that will fit my bike that are not native to my bike. e.g. police bike parts.
    2004 R1150RT 151,500 miles , 1991 K100LT 128,000 miles, 1982 R100RT 106,900 miles
    Total 386,400 BMW miles
    AMA,BMWRA,BMWMOA
    The cheapest thing on a BMW is the nut that connects the handlebars to the seat.

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    Loose Cannon flash412's Avatar
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    Why bother with a CD? Fiches back to 1948 are online.

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    Flash412

    Thanks. This is The Website.

    Jean
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    1986 R80RT (Silver)

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    That site is great!

    Are their prices anything like current? I just paid pennies less than $17 at the local dealer for a turn signal lens and they list it as less than $7!

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    They've only had it up for a month or so, so I'd bet they are.

    One of the cool things is that Rusty Gill is the Parts Manager. He's probably the best parts guy I've ever dealt with. If you were going to do steering head bearings on your K75, he'd make sure you had a new damper, the correct little bolts to pin it in place and the special silicone stuff to put in it, along with all the bearings and seals. If I remember correctly, he even gave me a couple of washers for the banjo bolts and seals for the brake line.
    Dave Swider
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