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    octopusenvy
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    • Location: Te Tai Tokerau, Aotearoa
    • Bike: 2102 Husaberg FE570 Rally Australia Bike, 2007 BMW 650 x-Challenge, 2009 Buell XP Ulysses Police Duty (1 of 137)
    • Rank: 650cc Rider

    So owning a discontinued bmw bike has its disadvantages, and this is one of them. BMW parts are not often cheap or good value, but do any of you know a place where u can get them in NZ for not too much, particularly bikes that are no longer being made?

    Cheers in advance

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    eri
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    • Rank: 80cc Rider

    when was in asia

    for 1980’s k bikes used to get most parts from

    https://www.motobins.co.uk/

    currently for a perished front paralever boot on a r1200gs here in nz

    looks like can get a better? product cheaper from

    https://www.beemerboneyard.com/33177685052.html

    #20730

    SteveD
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    • Location: Auckland, New Zealand, and Pretoria, South Africa
    • Bike: G650X-Challenge
    • Rank: 80cc Rider

    Ooh, you have an XC? I am considering shipping mine over from South Africa, but I am a bit concerned since it has basically every Touratech mod on it that was available. Long range tank and rallye fairing were the big ones. Great bikes, pity BMW stopped making them.

    #27305

    Sean
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    • Location: Wairarapa
    • Bike: F650
    • Rank: 80cc Rider

    My 99 f650 rear light was playing up. Discovered the socket had worn over the years and no amount of tinkering with the contacts would fix it.
    I could get a whole unit from usa for around $70 landed. But thought kiwi enjinuity would win the day.

    I got a new baton holder from sca $8.99.
    Used my Dremel to widen the existing hole and slotted it in. I put on some spade connectors and tested they worked.
    Then i used my hot glue gun to hold it in place.

    One rear light all sorted.

    If i could work out how to post a few pics i would.

    Next thing is to work out what the spare wire with ring connector is for under my seat.

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