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post #1 of 6 Old Nov 27th, 2006, 1:03 am Thread Starter
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Does anyone have a part number for the spring that keeps the rider's pegs pushed forward? My RH peg just flops back and forth. The previous owner installed J pegs and aparently broke the tang off the end that locks onto the side plate on the bike.

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I found part #46 71 2 332 734, labelled Retaining spring, and priced at $2.91 on A&S web site:
http://ascycles.com/SearchResult.asp...ds=46712332734
They are not right or left specific.

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Another good parts fische site

Max BMW's

http://www.maxbmwmotorcycles.com/fic...p?mospid=47964

Part # 46712332734 retainer spring $3.00
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Max BMW's

http://www.maxbmwmotorcycles.com/fic...p?mospid=47964

Part # 46712332734 retainer spring $3.00
Why pay so much when you can get it for a lot less...???

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Thanks. I looked on the AS site, Beemer boanyard and looked through Bob's BMW catalog but didn't see it.

Thanks again,

Ken

Edit: I found that site (Max BMW) yesterday but couldn't get the IPC (Illustrated Parts Catalog) to load any pages. Seems to be working today.

Thanks again

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Smile Funny, I was expecting that

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Why pay so much when you can get it for a lot less...???
Well, some of us are price sensitive, others less so.

You can look up the part number at Max's and then type the number into Chicago's online order and if there is truth in advertising you'll get 20% off the BMW list price. Others list the full list price (or more, who knows?).

What will they charge for shipping, and how long will it take for them to get around to shipping it? Max beats Chicago in delivery time in my experience. A&S and Bob's have been good in my experience too; I find Max's online fische and order system easy to use. And so far, every time I ordered from Max there was a complimentary bag of M&M peanut candies in the shipping box. No kidding! Makes me laugh just thinking about it.

Max is not the price leader in my experience but shipping and email communication about NIS items has always be very good. And I like M&Ms.

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