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    Um, what does the warranty booklet say?

    Isn't this called a manufacturers warranty?
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    See Post #10 in this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbrick View Post
    See Post #10 in this thread.
    I did. And I read the opening of the warranty statement where it says "BMW Motorrad Canada warrantees..."
    So how does that say the dealer has the last word on the warranty and the dealer can back out?
    From what I read there, The repair is handled by them, the warranty is BMW Motorrad Canada.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClassicVW View Post
    I did. And I read the opening of the warranty statement where it says "BMW Motorrad Canada warrantees..."
    So how does that say the dealer has the last word on the warranty and the dealer can back out?
    From what I read there, The repair is handled by them, the warranty is BMW Motorrad Canada.
    Yup. I concluded the same in Post #14.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesevans View Post
    The new seals (or at least the dust covers) look different somehow. I don't recall a shiny spring around the old ones, but maybe it's imagination.
    Jim, good to hear warranty covered the repair.
    We have a spring around the seal dust cover on our bikes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee View Post
    Jim, good to hear warranty covered the repair.
    We have a spring around the seal dust cover on our bikes.
    Hi Lee,
    Maybe I just didn't look carefully before. Anyway, it's done. But I'm afraid that may have been the last ride this year - it was a lovely day yesterday but the old year is dying...

    These things surely lie on the knees of the gods.

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    Good to hear this, James.

    I can return the Sale of Goods textbook back to the library now.

    And with the unusual fall weather, we may still be able to sneak a ride in before Christmas.
    Last edited by Rinty; 11-16-2016 at 02:56 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rinty View Post
    Good to hear this, James.

    I can return the Sale of Goods textbook back to the library now.

    And with the unusual fall weather, we may still be able to sneak a ride in before Christmas.
    Thank you and everyone for your help and support.

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