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Landing gear/feet up stabilizer

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Recently purchased a 2007 1200 lt which has an aftermarket stabilizer on it. The gentleman I purchased it from indicated he had it added at a price of $4000, that being said iím Currently having it removed by a certified Bmw tech, as I have no need for it. Wondering if anyone on this thread would be interested before itís listed on an auction site. I can be reached at575 5205809, please send me a text prior just so I know your not a telemarketer! Thanks, Carl
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post #2 of 5 Old Mar 7th, 2019, 9:23 pm
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Re: Landing gear/feet up stabilizer

lol. 4k for a stablizer, if true, hes a fool or a liar.

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Re: Landing gear/feet up stabilizer

Thought the same thing! Never even seen one before until this bike. The tech at the bmw shop stated they go for around 2500 or so, and apparently are labor intensive to install/and take off, with wiring all over the bike for the front and rear sensors, and handle bar control. Guessing thatís where the price comes from since thatís why it cost $500 to just remove it! Iíve seen a few on the internet, just not one like this one?
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Re: Landing gear/feet up stabilizer

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if true, hes a fool or a liar.
If true he wouldnít be a liar.


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