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post #1 of 11 Old Dec 22nd, 2005, 8:54 pm Thread Starter
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Unhappy wind deflecters

I am looking for the correct name and part number for the little wings.
( the one you turn into the wings of gold)

I have cracks in the hub that they turn on.
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I am looking for the correct name and part number for the little wings.
( the one you turn into the wings of gold)

I have cracks in the hub that they turn on.
I'm not sure which wing turns gold, but the wing that is next to the windshield is a ("Slip Stream Deflector PN 46632347545 left, 546 Right) the wing under the Mirror is a (Guide Plate PN 46632307953)

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post #5 of 11 Old Dec 22nd, 2005, 11:39 pm
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Many BMW part numbers are gathered in our Technical FAQ. To find them, click on the Technical link in the upper right corner (near the bike pictures), then click on Accessories. On the new page, click on the Part Numbers link, then scroll down to see if what you need is there.

If that doesn't have what you're looking for, then you can always find part numbers by looking at RealOEM.com or at maxbmwmotorcycles.com.

Also, chicagobmwmotorcycle.com will give you a good idea of retail prices once you have the part numbers.

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If it is the plastic wings that are cracked at the top where the screws go in to hold the top plate on, use a smear of jb weld with your finger to reapir the crack.
i used supoerglue first off and it failed.

once again, jb weld rocks da house!
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Is this JB Weld stuff as good as you make it out to be ?.
Can't get it here, only Locktite and similar.
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Dez,
Is this JB Weld stuff as good as you make it out to be ?.
Can't get it here, only Locktite and similar.
Simon
Simon,
i have been using it flatout for a few months.i have been trying to get some for years.i have used it to repair office equipment,my k1200lt, my lounge suite, my dining room chairs, my sunglasses, friends cars with rust holes in the bonnet, kids toys, broken keys on laptops, and im sure i will repair plenty more with it.
if you go hunting with google you can find all sorts of stuff people have fixxed with it.
i thought that 24 hour araldite was ok, but this stuff rocks!
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You do seem to drop a lot of things !!
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You do seem to drop a lot of things !!

Nope, just wear and tear on stuff thats all from useage, plus fixxing customers stuff too
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You do seem to drop a lot of things !!
Just check his sig line.

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