Join Date: Oct 2005
Location: Finger Lakes Region, NY, USA
Thanks everyone for the replies. I am mainly curious because I have essentailly a new one in my garage. I have the manual on CD, and looked over the section, and was concerned about the adjustment for runout as noted below from the manual.
Do I need to have a dial guage? The one I have in the garage has a white mark on it, but may not be the same once I mount it on mine.
Mark the installed position of the brake disc on the
rear wheel drive, so that vertical runout of the sensor
ring is not altered.
If a new brake disc is installed, the sensor ring must
Marking the ABS sensor ring
– Remove rear wheel.
– Remove the ABS sensor.
• Secure dial gauge holder, BMW No. 00 2 500,
with dial gauge, BMW No. 00 2 510, extension,
BMW No. 00 2 661, and measuring shoe,
BMW No. 34 2 510, to tapped bores for ABS
• Zero the dial gauge.
• Measure radial runout round the entire circumference
of the ABS sensor ring.
If replacement parts are fitted, the sensor ring must
be re-marked; remove the old mark.
• With a paint pencil, make a permanent mark at
the point on the ABS sensor ring at the greatest
distance from the ABS sensor.
• Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure:
pay particular attention to the following.
2000 Canyon Red "Crimson Cruiser"
40,000 miles grinning, and counting....
BMWMOA # 131660