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    The drivebelt for the F800GT from 2013 onwards is Contitech CT1208 according to contitech.

    here it is on ebay. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/BMW-F800-...-/273662770259

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    Thank you for finding this! Just looking at it briefly, it looks like the real thing. For many, the idea that the GT was no longer being produced was a huge concern. For me, being able to get the one huge consumable part for a more reasonable price, was a big gain.

    Of course, I bought my drive belt from a BMW dealership months ago and paid almost double.

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    This is a first! IF it fits, then I'll be in the queue. Let us know....

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    I think we're good, Ken. First clue...it has a different part number. If it was the same part number as the ST, then I'd be really wary. Second clue, the vehicle fitment listed on the bottom, doesn't mention anything about an ST. Thirdly, it's a different price. The ST belt is still cheaper. This one is priced a little more...but still far cheaper than the OEM part from a dealer. I think it is for real.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daboo View Post
    I think we're good, Ken. First clue...it has a different part number. If it was the same part number as the ST, then I'd be really wary. Second clue, the vehicle fitment listed on the bottom, doesn't mention anything about an ST. Thirdly, it's a different price. ..... I think it is for real.
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    .... Fourthly, it has 182 teeth vs 173 for the ST.....
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    Outstanding! We knew this day would come. Great find Mattias!
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    Still reading and sharing finds here even tho i am since august 2017 a K1300s rider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattias_r View Post
    Still reading and sharing finds here even tho i am since august 2017 a K1300s rider.
    I still contribute to a Suzuki Burgman forum, even though I sold mine years ago. If I can help, I do.

    How do you like the K1300S? Maybe you could start a thread with a comparison review? It'd be fun to read what you have found.

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    What excellent news, top find. I'll no longer stress about riding my GT on roads with loose chippings

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    Actually saw these belts on eBay the other day when looking for other 800 stuff, so are we at a consensus that these are of the same quality and number of teeth for the 800 gt ?
    It is continental that make the belts for BMW, so if that's the case and they are ok, what a bargain to be had at half the price a dealers going to charge.... Or do you hear alarm bells ringing somewhere ??
    My bikes only done 8k, so not really a big deal for a while yet, but thoughts are for that price then why not get a replacement in hand in the meantime, as thought of paying nearly £500 for the same off a dealer makes me sick ....

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    Contitech would not make 2 different qualitys and put thier name on both....
    When i had my f800 i bought a contitech from germany at 1/3 of the dealer price, when it arrived the box said it was an engine timing belt for a truck, on the side of the box only vehicle listed to fit: Bmw f800st....who looks under trucks in their catalog for a motorcycle replacement belt?
    Besides what truck engine uses belt for timing?

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    If this is real then a fantastic saving. My bike is due a new belt in 5000 K. Quotes from BMW Australia are around the A$ 800. So nearly a $450 saving. My only concern is it is a long way from Australia should the belt not fit! Has anyone purchased from the company before? Some of the reviews are not very flattering so am nervous to fork out good money.
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    Have checked with the WEB site on Continental. Seems the part number is the genuine article. See photo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elvarko View Post
    Have checked with the WEB site on Continental. Seems the part number is the genuine article. See photo
    Have gone ahead and purchased. Will see what happens
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    Have gone ahead and purchased. Will see what happens
    Hi GT riders, I'm the belt guy from the ST forum. I have delivered over 40 belts the past three years to riders in the USA and Canada. I deal directly with the leading Contitech distributor in the USA. So here is the math on the GT belts. Pricing wholesale in the USA is more then double what I pay for ST belts. $191 plus 8.5 CA sales tax I have to pay, plus Priority Mail Shipping costs my out of pocket per belt is approx $225. No accounting for my time and fronting the funds in advance for the min order quantity of 5 belts. I would sell them for $270 delivered
    if I get pre-payment via PayPal. Delivery time quoted from Conti Hanover is 45 days, but past experience is I get them in about 3 weeks. If I get a commitment for 5 belts I will place an order. It is a complete rip that Contitech charges double the wholesale of the ST belts for 20cm additional length. Let me know if interested via PM or reply to post. I will also post on ST site (see this for my history). They are approx $300 from EU sites, they enjoy a better markup since they purchase from ContiTech direct and do not have to pay shipping from Hanover.

    https://f800riders.org/forum/showthr...ive-Belt/page2

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    If I hadn't already purchased a GT belt before the price reductions, I'd be taking you up on this.

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    I will commit to purchasing 1 GT belt from Ian. He needs 4 more commitments to order them.....he needs a minimum order of 5 belts from the supplier.

    Anyone else willing to commit?

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    Thanks, if I get 4 total I will place the order, one down three to go. Thx Ian

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    My belt arrived from the UK, just running up the kilometres before I change it. Interesting enough Contitech here in Perth West Australia, would not order one as they said it was such a small order it would be easier for me to order from the UK. Hopefully all goes well with the new belt.
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    For what it's worth, I noted today (May 16) that every one of these belts offered on eBay in the US and UK has been sold, and every vendor I was able to identify in the US and Europe reports no stock. At 18K miles my belt is still in good condition, but will it even be available from BMW dealers when I need it in the future? Continental is the OEM supplier, but does no other manufacturer offer a correct copy?
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    I managed to pick a spare up off ebay a month ago. Box came with 13 f800gt printed on it, belt looks the same as OEM. Taking it along for a ride this fall as a spare in case mine runs into issues.

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    Hi GT riders, I'm the belt guy from the ST forum. I have delivered over 40 belts the past three years to riders in the USA and Canada. I deal directly with the leading Contitech distributor in the USA. So here is the math on the GT belts. Pricing wholesale in the USA is more then double what I pay for ST belts. $191 plus 8.5 CA sales tax I have to pay, plus Priority Mail Shipping costs my out of pocket per belt is approx $225. No accounting for my time and fronting the funds in advance for the min order quantity of 5 belts. I would sell them for $270 delivered
    if I get pre-payment via PayPal. Delivery time quoted from Conti Hanover is 45 days, but past experience is I get them in about 3 weeks. If I get a commitment for 5 belts I will place an order. It is a complete rip that Contitech charges double the wholesale of the ST belts for 20cm additional length. Let me know if interested via PM or reply to post. I will also post on ST site (see this for my history). They are approx $300 from EU sites, they enjoy a better markup since they purchase from ContiTech direct and do not have to pay shipping from Hanover.

    https://f800riders.org/forum/showthr...ive-Belt/page2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irn View Post
    Posting again to see if there is any interest?

    Hi GT riders, I'm the belt guy from the ST forum. I have delivered over 40 belts the past three years to riders in the USA and Canada. I deal directly with the leading Contitech distributor in the USA. So here is the math on the GT belts. Pricing wholesale in the USA is more then double what I pay for ST belts. $191 plus 8.5 CA sales tax I have to pay, plus Priority Mail Shipping costs my out of pocket per belt is approx $225. No accounting for my time and fronting the funds in advance for the min order quantity of 5 belts. I would sell them for $270 delivered
    if I get pre-payment via PayPal. Delivery time quoted from Conti Hanover is 45 days, but past experience is I get them in about 3 weeks. If I get a commitment for 5 belts I will place an order. It is a complete rip that Contitech charges double the wholesale of the ST belts for 20cm additional length. Let me know if interested via PM or reply to post. I will also post on ST site (see this for my history). They are approx $300 from EU sites, they enjoy a better markup since they purchase from ContiTech direct and do not have to pay shipping from Hanover.

    https://f800riders.org/forum/showthr...ive-Belt/page2
    I've followed Irn's threads on getting belts for the ST folks with envy. Envy because he was able to get them so much cheaper than anyone could get them for the GT. I ended up buying a belt from a BMW dealership for almost double the price Irn is offering now. Yes, I haven't changed mine yet. But I think I'm lucky and not what everyone can expect.

    My suggestion is to take advantage of his generosity. By that I mean he is putting in his own time and effort to arrange to get the belts. He's fronting the money, trusting "you" will pay when he makes the order. If you are anywhere near the time to replace a belt, I'd buy one and keep it on hand. If your belt looses teeth unexpectedly...you'll be paying full price from wherever you can find it. You're on your own.

    And I suspect, you'll pay much more than Irn is offering.

    Plus, you'll be out of commission when you probably want to be riding.

    And to set the record straight...he and I do not know each other, let alone have any shared financial interests. I just know a good deal when I see one.

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    I would buy one belt.....(same as my commitment up in post #17 that I made in February). We just need 4 more folks to commit.

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    For riders our side of the pond the belts are available on the bay again: -

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/BMW-F800-...-/273926543274

    My bike is just over 13,000 miles so I will wait a bit.

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    Resurrecting an old thread... this looks rather cheap to be an OEM belt or have they finally started to fall significantly in price?

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/BMW-F800-...YAAOSwgZteOVUh

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    That’s good value although I’m not ready for one for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Womble View Post
    Resurrecting an old thread... this looks rather cheap to be an OEM belt or have they finally started to fall significantly in price?

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/BMW-F800-...YAAOSwgZteOVUh
    Probably a continental boxed belt at that price, but stil exactly the same as oem, just a different cardboardbox that says contitech instead of Bmw. Contitech/continental IS the only supplier both for you and Bmw factory, and the belts are only used on the f800 series bikes, no other vehicle.

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    I've ordered one, Ebay offered me another 10% off, so under £150 Will take photos when it arrives

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    You're lucky. When I hit 25,000 miles, the GT was still in production and the belt was over $500 US. I bought mine then, though I haven't changed it.

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    It’s arrived
    Result!!! Just wondering if there is anything in the small print on the packaging that indicates the profile of the belt. There are a series of standards for timing/transmission belts (T series are what I recall as the most common).
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    You're lucky. When I hit 25,000 miles, the GT was still in production and the belt was over $500 US. I bought mine then, though I haven't changed it.

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    How many miles on the origional belt now? How many miles is the factory belt designed to last?
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    How many miles on the origional belt now? How many miles is the factory belt designed to last?
    I just officially turned over 50,000 miles. The change interval is the service at 25K. We've had some weather that limited trips to just things like to and from church, which is only about 10 miles round trip. So while I was still riding several times a week, my mileage didn't change much overall in the last month or so.

    I checked it over and it still looks good except for one bump where a rock got under it. I have a trip down to Death Valley planned in six weeks. I may change it before then and keep the old one as a spare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daboo View Post
    I just officially turned over 50,000 miles. The change interval is the service at 25K. We've had some weather that limited trips to just things like to and from church, which is only about 10 miles round trip. So while I was still riding several times a week, my mileage didn't change much overall in the last month or so.

    I checked it over and it still looks good except for one bump where a rock got under it. I have a trip down to Death Valley planned in six weeks. I may change it before then and keep the old one as a spare.

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    Thanks, all good to know. In May I am riding from the North Shore of MA to New Orleans by way of The Hawks Nest NewYork, Skyline Drive VA, Asheville NC on The Blue Ridge Parkway then on South.

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    I just checked the "Hall of Wisdom" and there's a thread on how to fit these footpegs. At least, I think they are the same ones.

    https://f800riders.org/forum/showthr...ered-footrests

    Chris
    Elnathan - 2014 BMW F800GT
    IBA# 49894 True Rounder = 0-20's - Rounder -- to -- 100's+ Red Hot Rounder

    John 14:6 

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