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BMW recalls 90.000 bikes with Integral ABS- brakes

BERLIN - BMW said Wednesday it was recalling 90,000 motorcycles after finding a problem with the adjustment of their anti-lock brakes. The BMW Boxer and K models are affected, BMW said. It was not immediately clear where the motorcycles had been sold or whether any accidents prompted the recall. BMW said the problem would not manifest itself in normal use of the motorcycles, and that customers can have the repairs done at no cost within about two hours.

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Update I only have the following (1200GS) numbers so far:
FGNr:
ZL25000 - ZL29999
ZN25000 - ZN49999
ZR20000 - ZR38252

BMW Recalls 90,000 Motorcycles
The Associated Press
Updated: 1:35 p.m. ET April 5, 2006

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