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post #1 of 3 Old May 25th, 2015, 6:32 pm Thread Starter
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Online Dealer for OEM Parts

My 2009 K1200LT is out of warranty and I've had it with my local dealer. Plan on doing more of my own maintenance/repair so looking for an online source for OEM parts. Currently in need of screws that hold the motor protection plate to the bottom of the frame (as an example of what I will be buying). If I can not find locally (hardware store) will need to order online. Who in your opinion has the best inventory or where do you find your OEM parts?

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Re: Online Dealer for OEM Parts

Max BMW on line is great. They usually have most items in stock and if they don't it is usually three days to get it in. Plus they throw in a bag of M & Ms.

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Max BMW on line is great. They usually have most items in stock and if they don't it is usually three days to get it in. Plus they throw in a bag of M & Ms.
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The guy that runs the online sales is Drew, great customer service, and yea I'm easy to bribe, it is a full bag of M&ms.
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