BMW Motorrad Store

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BMW Motorrad Store

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This link has been posted elsewhere, thought it might be useful to post it here for future use.

http://www.bmw-motorrad-store.co.uk/
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Warning on this lot.  They recently sold  what looks like a second hand incorrect sized screen to 7vwh.  The charger they are showing has a different part no to the one being sold and both are  different to the latest UK version hanging in my shed. The price is just about the same as the proper one available from your local friendly BMW dealer. 
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What is the Part No. for the latest LIN-Bus Battery Charger you have.
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DaygloDavid wrote: What is the Part No. for the latest LIN-Bus Battery Charger you have.
77 02 8 525 766.  This is the UK version with a 3 pin plug. Standard European ones have a 2 pin shaver type plug which is the one shown on the site. The part number they are quoting seems to be one not yet available in UK but is probably OK. 
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The Part Nos. out of the 2012 Rider's Manual are, 71 60 7 688 864 (220V) & 71 60 7 688 865 (110V) for the Twin Cam.
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This looks like a nice site to see what's out there for BMW's, http://www.sierrabmwonline.com/index.php
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DaygloDavid wrote: Hornig for your BMW, http://www.motorcycleparts-hornig.com/Products.html
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I note they are supplying the cable adaptor for only twice the price they are in BMW dealers in addition to all GPS devices that wont fit in the hole (if you have one). 
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Wasn't going to purchase anything from them, just for reference of what might be available, as with the other links.

Haven't found a UK BMW Site with prices in £'s.
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DaygloDavid wrote: Wasn't going to purchase anything from them, just for reference of what might be available, as with the other links.

Haven't found a UK BMW Site with prices in £'s.
Think the nearest you will find over here is the dreaded Nippy Norman.
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Nippy Normans, http://www.nippynormans.com/

Was thinking of Genuine BMW Motorrad stuff from your local friendly Dealer.
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DaygloDavid wrote: Nippy Normans, http://www.nippynormans.com/

Was thinking of Genuine BMW Motorrad stuff from your local friendly Dealer.
Think you will find all the UK dealers have their own web sites.  Most will itemise the clothing range or direct you to the BMW catalogue. For parts its more a matter of finding what you want on something like RealOEM or just a phone call to your friendly parts manager. 
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RealOEM, http://www.realoem.com/bmw/, again prices are in $'s, not £'s.

BMW Motorrad UK, http://www.bmw-motorrad.co.uk/uk/en/index.html
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This looks like a UK based Online Store:- http://www.ridersbmw.co.uk/shop/online-store/shop.htm
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DaygloDavid wrote: This looks like a UK based Online Store:- http://www.ridersbmw.co.uk/shop/online-store/shop.htm
They are a normal UK BMW dealer, I think you will find all of them in UK will be selling on line.
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