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    Is there a preferred parts supplier for the BMW GS,,. I'm currently looking for a complete set of brake pads,,. A lot of sites like Parszilla and so on provide Japanese parts diagram service with complete parts for all makes but not BMW, KTM,,. Is there something like this for BMW,,,. Im in Canada but US works as well?
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    Thanks Kevin, for the link,, and yes what I was looking for, handy for finding parts,,.

    Is that what you guys are paying for a complete set of brake pads,,. $252.90,,. ?

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    Not the most local for you but should give you some alternative part numbers which you may be able to order from a factor near you :-

    https://www.motorworks.co.uk/vlive/S...BA_15_70_HA_30

    Think the Brembo pads are what Motorrad dealer would fit but branded up with BMW logo. (Can't be certain about this but Brembo manufacturers the calipers on a nunber of BMW's....)

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    My first stop for BMW parts would be Bob's BMW. https://www.bobsbmw.com/ If you get on their mailing list, you can get a 10-15% discount on parts ordered.

    You can buy non-BMW brake pads, if you want. I bought these below.



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    My suggestion on any parts you order, is to find out what the part number is that you need. Somewhere. Anywhere. Then do a search on the Internet for that part number. When you compare prices, look to see what the price is after including shipping and handling. Some places make up for a low price on their part by jacking up the price for the shipping. For instance, if you're looking for front disk brake pads, do an Internet search on "FA244HH".

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    Ill call the local dealer when they open tomorrow,,.

    Has anyone tried Lucas parts sold by Wunderlich America?
    $99.00 versus $252.00,,. More along the lines of the UK EBC pricing?

    http://www.wunderlichamerica.com/bmw/F700GS-M.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lag View Post
    Thanks Kevin, for the link,, and yes what I was looking for, handy for finding parts,,.

    Is that what you guys are paying for a complete set of brake pads,,. $252.90,,. ?
    If you look at the order I made for my GT, it came out to $101.

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    Probable do the same with the EBC set up,,. My friend has been using the EBC's as replacements on his GS for over 100,000 Km's, so you know they are compatible,,.
    Not something I would normally cheap out on,,. Just got quoted 550.00 CAD for 3 sets of pads, 2 Caliper springs and 2 caliper bolts,,!!

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    Why replace the springs and bolts? I could see the bolts if they are corroded, but if things are working...

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    Agree, just another add on in the quote from the local dealer, no reason to replace anything thats still working,,.
    Quote Originally Posted by Daboo View Post
    Why replace the springs and bolts? I could see the bolts if they are corroded, but if things are working...

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    Beemer Boneyard usually has some good prices. there are no direct F series links on the side bar but if you look at individual categories they have F series parts listed there if you look at each item

    https://www.beemerboneyard.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by gwintle View Post
    Beemer Boneyard usually has some good prices.]
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    and they give a BMW MOA discount!

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    Just getting back to ordering these pads and it keeps telling me that they are not compadible with an F700GS, not on this FA244HH number and the BMW #'s are completely different,,. Is there a way of confirming the fit prior to ordering,,.

    EBC Brakes FA244HH Sintered Copper Alloy Disc Brake Pad
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    Price: $34.89 & FREE Shipping. Details & FREE Returns


    Quote Originally Posted by Daboo View Post
    My first stop for BMW parts would be Bob's BMW. https://www.bobsbmw.com/ If you get on their mailing list, you can get a 10-15% discount on parts ordered.

    You can buy non-BMW brake pads, if you want. I bought these below.



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    My suggestion on any parts you order, is to find out what the part number is that you need. Somewhere. Anywhere. Then do a search on the Internet for that part number. When you compare prices, look to see what the price is after including shipping and handling. Some places make up for a low price on their part by jacking up the price for the shipping. For instance, if you're looking for front disk brake pads, do an Internet search on "FA244HH".

    Chris

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    Any thoughts out there on Simi sintered pads versus double sintered,,. I'm thinking to stay away from the double sintered due to ware on the rotors,,.

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    I bought double sintered EBC pads. I like the feel. I haven't had them in long enough to make an opinion on how they affect the discs, but from previous bikes, it hasn't seemed to matter.

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    Ya,,,,I was already to order them double sintered and then I read a few reviews that they were rotors issues on certain bikes, Cruisers perhaps, one that was mentioned was a Harley, but for as much as the rotors cost I thought it a better choice to go with a semi sintered however not easy to find and the price is close to double,,. Crazy!!

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