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    Elusive parts

    Greetings-

    I am currently restoring a 2002 K1200RS. I am finding it dificult to find sites with used parts. I need a rear brake pedal, I have tried Beemer Boneyard, Ebay and Amazon. I can't seem to find anything but new parts. Anyone know of any "Secret Sites" to find used parts?

    Thanks-

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    There are several BMW recyclers listed in the Owners News.



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    Around here - Josh Buck, of the Parts Haus in Long Beach (phone is better than email), and Valdi's Motozone, are both known to have stashes of used stuff.

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    There is a section on used parts found in the link in my signature line.
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    I have had good luck with these guys on parts for my '93 K1100Lt. They may be able to help you out.

    http://www.re-psycle.com/

    Jeff
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    Many dealers have a box of old aluminum parts. Last time I needed a lever I just asked at Engle Motors and they rummaged around in the box and found just what I needed - used.

    Maybe some of the new shiny dealerships are tidier - I hope not.
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    Thanks everyone... No luck yet... But, still trying.

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