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    PDF Manuals for YOUR bike

    Need your VIN to get the right manual - in many languages!

    http://www.bmw-motorrad.com/com/en/i...uals_main.html

    Maybe this post should be a STICKY
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    I think this has been around before. If my recollection is correct, these are owners manuals- the ones that come with the bike. That's why they are available for download. Good resource tho. OM
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    Have included this link in the Resources and Links thread.
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    Great Link, Thanks!
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    It's 2004 models and newer.

    One interesting thing to do is check the "Euro" manual for BMW's trailer tie-down instructions for your bike. This information is not included in USA manuals.
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    2005 and newer for K models.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lkchris View Post
    It's 2004 models and newer.

    One interesting thing to do is check the "Euro" manual for BMW's trailer tie-down instructions for your bike. This information is not included in USA manuals.
    It is included in the Canadian manuals as well.
    Dave

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