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    tool- Spark Plug Coil Removal Tool

    where can I find a tool to remove the coil from the plugs on a R1200RT

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    Quote Originally Posted by galaxie View Post
    where can I find a tool to remove the coil from the plugs on a R1200RT
    If you have not yet tried searching the forum or even Google I suggest doing that. There are a number of places; however, if you don't have an R1200 specific tool kit yet my recommendation would be to pick one of them up which should also include a coil puller.

    The kit I bought is from Adventure Designs (http://www.advdesigns.com/ulcobmwr1gsg.html), a bit pricey but includes everything you will need to perform maintenance and smaller repairs all in one tool roll and the tools are high quality. I haven't looked at the prices since my purchase but it appears they have gone up about $50 since I bought mine, guess that's because they are not having any trouble moving them.

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    Spark Plug Coil Removal Tool Reference
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    Just got it last week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by galaxie View Post
    where can I find a tool to remove the coil from the plugs on a R1200RT
    I added a little extra to your title. Should get you a better response.
    Good luck.
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    A large screwdriver and some gentle prying has always worked for me, with a rag padding the valve cover to prevent scratches. Avoid sideways stress on the coil.
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    $9.50 from Euro MotoElectrics...
    http://www.euromotoelectrics.com/Alu...oil248tool.htm

    $ 12.95 from Mike at Beemer Boneyard, plus 10% off by using code BMWMOA when checking out....
    http://www.beemerboneyard.com/83300401700.html

    Promach, either dedicated coil removal tool or dual tool for front axle removal too....
    http://stores.promachdualtool.com/
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    BMW part 12 13 7 673 248, $4.51.
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    The blunt end of two chopsticks, levered against the two sides of the coil. Free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by temesvar View Post
    Spark Plug Coil Removal Tool Reference
    www.marcparnes.com
    Just got it last week.
    +1 for Marc Parnes. Good quality tools
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dann View Post
    +1 for Marc Parnes. Good quality tools
    +2. If you damage a coil-cap getting them out, the cost of this tool is a bargain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dann View Post
    +1 for Marc Parnes. Good quality tools
    another vote for Marc Parnes....ya might consider getting his oil filter removal tool as well, good price fast shipping...he also has outstanding wheel balancer tools as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntonLargiader View Post
    BMW part 12 13 7 673 248, $4.51.
    Doesn't come with the standard tool kit.

    Comes with the supplementary kit.
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    Tool kit?

    Quote Originally Posted by lkchris View Post
    Doesn't come with the standard tool kit.

    Comes with the supplementary kit.
    I would not call what came with my R1200RT a tool kit.
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