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Thread: K 75 Wrecking yards?

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    Nick Kennedy
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    K 75 Wrecking yards?

    Gents
    I need to get a new fairing for my 1990 K75RT.
    The whole thing minus the windshield. Mirrors too.
    Where can I find some parts dealers? I looked on this BMWMOA site but no luck.
    EBay has some stuff but I need all the bits and pieces and would like to get it all in one shot
    Any Ideas where to start?

    TIA
    Nick

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    Fortis Fortuna Adiuvat Omega Man's Avatar
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    Check Resources and Links- https://forums.bmwmoa.org/showthread...rces-and-Links

    Last one in the used parts line mentions K-Bikes.

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    3 Red Bricks
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    Nick,

    There are a few salvage yards listed in the Owners News.


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    I have gotten lots of used parts for BMW bikes from Re-Psycle BMW in Ohio.

    https://re-psycle.com/

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    Nick Kennedy
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    Thanks for the replies Gents
    I'll do some more looking today
    Nick

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    I've found that sending BeemerBoneyard an email of what I'm looking for will eventually pan out. You're paying for their time to track down parts but they usually deliver.
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    Nick Kennedy
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    Ok
    I spent 2.5 hrs.' looking and calling
    I found some parts; most are pretty hammered after 30+ years

    I may cave and just buy another nice one like this:

    http://marketplace.bmwmoa.org/classi...ing-27473.aspx

    I like the crash bars, trunk and the color
    Nick
    1990 K75 RT

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickrides View Post
    Ok
    ...
    I may cave and just buy another nice one like this:

    http://marketplace.bmwmoa.org/classi...ing-27473.aspx

    I like the crash bars, trunk and the color
    ...
    It is a nice time of year to do a fly and buy. I've done it twice, although for K75S bikes. It is a great way to get another bike and see the country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickrides View Post

    I may cave and just buy another nice one like this:

    http://marketplace.bmwmoa.org/classi...ing-27473.aspx

    1990 K75 RT
    Nick, you would not go wrong buying this bike from Gary. He is a standup guy who maintained his bikes and gear properly. Fly to Mpls, take the bus or small van service from the airport that runs several times a day to Mankato, MN to pick up the bike.
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