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post #1 of 35 Old Feb 12th, 2012, 11:16 am Thread Starter
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K1200LT windshield adjuster - used part availabilty

Hello, first time writing into the forum. I own a 2000 K1200lt and had a little acident where I bonked my windshield on the side of my shop garage door frame. The result was a broken lower arm on the left side of the windshield adjuster. I've been searching for a used adjuster mechanism on the net and calling various salvage yards throughout the US. I have not had any luck, so I wanted to put a shout out for additional ideas or resources. Any help would be much appreciated!
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Good luck, I am waiting for one as well. They are hard to come by. You could try get on the waiting list at beemer bone yard.

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"Windshield pivot arm needed"

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I don't see any pivot arm part on the windshield that couldn't be fabricated out of a peice of aluminum (and painted flat black). Since you will have to take the old one off to replace it, I would seek out a metal fabricator, boat builder, or even a carpenter in your area, and get one made. If you have a few common tools in your garage, Aluminum for the most part can be machined using a lot of wood working tools. You probably could look for a boat builder in your area if you wanted a peice of aluminum big enough to make a part out of, from their scrap pile...Here is the link to Dick Largen's post about fabricating windshield parts from Lexan/plexiglass using a dremel tool etc...
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I have a complete windshield motor assembly for sale, I just haven't posted it in the Classifieds forum yet. It came off an '09 LT, after a similar incident as you describe. You'll have to determine if it's compatible with your model year LT.

The right lifting arm is broken; it is OK otherwise.

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Thanks Howard, but I think I am in the same boat. The windshield goes up and down, but the one arm is definitely broken.

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Good luck, I am waiting for one as well. They are hard to come by. You could try get on the waiting list at beemer bone yard.
Thanks, good luck finding one! I have requested notification from Beemer Boneyard when one is available.
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I have a complete windshield motor assembly for sale, I just haven't posted it in the Classifieds forum yet. It came off an '09 LT, after a similar incident as you describe. You'll have to determine if it's compatible with your model year LT.

The right lifting arm is broken; it is OK otherwise.

Email me if you are interested. (prefer email over PM; my email address is available from my profile)
Thanks for the response. I'll check and see if the parts/years are compatable and get back to you ASAP. Thanks!!!
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I don't see any pivot arm part on the windshield that couldn't be fabricated out of a peice of aluminum (and painted flat black). Since you will have to take the old one off to replace it, I would seek out a metal fabricator, boat builder, or even a carpenter in your area, and get one made. If you have a few common tools in your garage, Aluminum for the most part can be machined using a lot of wood working tools. You probably could look for a boat builder in your area if you wanted a peice of aluminum big enough to make a part out of, from their scrap pile...Here is the link to Dick Largen's post about fabricating windshield parts from Lexan/plexiglass using a dremel tool etc...
http://www.bmwlt.com/forums/showthread.php?t=61223
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Thanks for the info! I may end up just fabricating my own out of aluminium. I thought if I could get an original part with relative ease I'd go that direction. As it turns out, that part is a little tough to come by since they break easily and replacements are in demand! BMW only sells the complete unit for a hefty fee - odd, they would probably sell a bunch of the arms if they offered them seperately!
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I've been searching for a used adjuster mechanism on the net
Here is one I saw on Ebay, says it is usable as is. Ebay Adjust Bracket
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Thanks for the info! I may end up just fabricating my own out of aluminium. I thought if I could get an original part with relative ease I'd go that direction. As it turns out, that part is a little tough to come by since they break easily and replacements are in demand! BMW only sells the complete unit for a hefty fee - odd, they would probably sell a bunch of the arms if they offered them seperately!
Right! It doesn't make sense to me, either. I needed only the right arm but had to buy the entire unit for $657.59 + tax.

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Re: K1200LT windshield adjuster - used part availabilty

Might be worth a try...


http://phoenix.craigslist.org/evl/mcy/2832988244.html

http://phoenix.craigslist.org/evl/mcy/2804419071.html

If the link doesn't work, just look up BMW on the Phoenix craigslist motorcycle listings.

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Re: K1200LT windshield adjuster - used part availabilty

I am reviving an old thread about windshield pivot arms, in case anyone could give me some help.

I have been trying to remove the bit which is attached to the rod with a 8 mm bolt ( plus a clip which I don´t know what it does ) with no luck at all.

How can one remove this bolt without using too much brute force and risk damaging anything else ?.

Has anyone tried glueing or welding these two parts together with a succesfull result ?.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions offered.
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JB Weld and a couple of strong rubber bands are your friend. Coat each piece with a VERY thin coating - in this case less is more.
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Thanks. This is quite interesting.

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Re: K1200LT windshield adjuster - used part availabilty

I have again tried to remove, with no luck, the 8 mm bolt that is, in theory, screwed into the hexagonal rod, as shown in photo # 1, which activates the up/down movement of the windshield.

Could somebody please confirm that it is possible to unscrew it from the rod, as removing the broken bit from same would make repairing the two parts a lot easier.

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Your photo shows one of the 5 bolts that hold the adjuster to the frame (#2 and #5 and yes they should cone right out only 9 Nm on install). I do not see anything going into the hex shaft. The arm should slide off after you remove the clip but there is likely corrosion on there.
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Thanks John, but I meant the one at the end of the rod as shown in this diagram
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Maybe it isn't a bolt and what is holding the arm in place is the clip which I had removed.

Will check tomorrow and confirm.

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Thanks. This is quite interesting.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XObmZIbHOzY
A pretty good comparison although his methodology is pretty crude. I'm not quite sure why he included the JB Weld "high heat" in the comparo, since it's designed for hot temperatures (2400F!) and perhaps cures differently when exposed to them.

I've used regular JB Weld to fix many "unfixable" parts over the years. The only drawback is that you really need to give it a solid 24 hours to cure, and like many epoxies a slight amount of compression seems to help as well. I always have some in my took kit. On a rough surface break like the cast piece it works REALLY good and is at least as strong as the original material.


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Maybe it isn't a bolt and what is holding the arm in place is the clip which I had removed.

Will check tomorrow and confirm.

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That is a hex shaft the full length and the part should just slide of but it may take a bit of coaxing with some (if you can find it there) Tap Magic for aluminum. It is a threading lube that really works wonders on even galled aluminum parts.

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I finally found an assembly to replace my broken one, and bought it! It's only taken me about eight months or so to locate it, so not too bad, I guess. Just hope the 02 version works on an 06 bike, lol.


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If it doesn't fit, I'll buy it from you. If it does, let me know as I'll be able to fit an 06 and up one on mine. Thought the J-B weld is looking good. Now Ill just have to remove all those tie clips that are holding it together (hey when on the road you use what you have).

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If it doesn't fit, I'll buy it from you. If it does, let me know as I'll be able to fit an 06 and up one on mine. Thought the J-B weld is looking good. Now Ill just have to remove all those tie clips that are holding it together (hey when on the road you use what you have).

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Been there. Done that.

Ended up buying a new adjuster assembly for a few hundred dollars.

Still have the old one and if I ever need it, I'll apply some JB Weld and go.

That is some great stuff. Many many years ago had a Triumph 650 with 2 carburetors. One Friday evening, one side ran lean and burned a hole in the piston. Needed to be at work Monday morning 250 miles away and the only transportation I had was that Triumph. Took it apart, degreased the piston well, mixed up a batch of JB Weld and patched the piston. Put it back together Saturday evening, cleaned the trash out of the carburetor and fired it up Sunday morning. Said a prayer and hit the road. Got me to the new job nd back a few times. Ended up trading it from something, forget what but it held together.
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Been there. Done that.

Ended up buying a new adjuster assembly for a few hundred dollars.

Still have the old one and if I ever need it, I'll apply some JB Weld and go.

That is some great stuff. Many many years ago had a Triumph 650 with 2 carburetors. One Friday evening, one side ran lean and burned a hole in the piston. Needed to be at work Monday morning 250 miles away and the only transportation I had was that Triumph. Took it apart, degreased the piston well, mixed up a batch of JB Weld and patched the piston. Put it back together Saturday evening, cleaned the trash out of the carburetor and fired it up Sunday morning. Said a prayer and hit the road. Got me to the new job nd back a few times. Ended up trading it from something, forget what but it held together.
Amazing stuff! Years ago I sealed a crank in an engine block water jacket with JB Weld. Drained the block, ground the cracked area, filled it and waited overnight. Fired it up and ran it-no leaks! And, it held for years! It might be still running today...

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Reviving an old thread here but I must be the last guy to break one of these 'doglegs'. Had a Fabrication shop make a few for me. If anyone is interested I have 3 extra sets. Just need a bit of fitting such as filing to thickness on the windshield mount end and reaming holes to pin size. PM me if interested. Jim
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Send me the part number, I most likely have it .
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Did you ever get the remnants off the hex rod? I've got a new part but cant seem to remove the old one - circlip off and WD40 +++
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Did you ever get the remnants off the hex rod? I've got a new part but cant seem to remove the old one - circlip off and WD40 +++
And done! Soaked overnight and gentle persuasion with hammer and flathead! Replacement on no problem. Than noticed top arm on other side out of locating holes! Expert (!) now, dismantled and reassembled. £25 for second hand arm from Motorworks and lots of patience, saving cost of £600+ new adjuster assembly. Thank you Forum!

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Reviving an old thread here but I must be the last guy to break one of these 'doglegs'. Had a Fabrication shop make a few for me. If anyone is interested I have 3 extra sets. Just need a bit of fitting such as filing to thickness on the windshield mount end and reaming holes to pin size. PM me if interested. Jim
Hello Jim: Do you still have any of the replacement part for the lower windscreen adjuster on a BMW K1200LT. I am in dire need of one. Could you email me at : [email protected] or call at (610) 207-3972. Let me know cost and how you want payment if available.

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I just did an adjuster repair. Fiberglass and epoxy combo with a washer.
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$657.95?? OUCH!!

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I need a top adjuster arm if anyone has one spare?
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