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Chocolate

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Hello!

I've got the possibility to get Brake Pads 4 = 2 Sets for 10€
BMW Part Number 34111454724
A Motorcycle store is doing a closing out sale.
BMW Brake Pads | different sizes for the K? Img_2615

I'm irritated because of the different Size of Brake Pads for the two K75 I have.
Was there a change from organic to sinter Pads?

K75 non ABS 1991/7 0250386K75
http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/showparts?id=0562-EUR-05-1991-K569-BMW-K_75_85_0562,0571_&diagId=34_0618

K75 ABS 1992/3 0252149K75
http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/showparts?id=0562-EUR-02-1992-K569-BMW-K_75_85_0562,0571_&diagId=34_0637

There must be a change in Brake Pads 88/8
With ABS there could be a change to.
Change in sinter or organic


My Question:
Does the BMW number 34111454724 fit front an rear on both my Ks?
Are they sinter or organic?

If I search in EBay I find this sizes of Brake Pads
I would like to understand the Brake Pad story :-)

BMW number 34111454724 My Pad size
BMW Brake Pads | different sizes for the K? Img_2611

Other size I have found
BMW Brake Pads | different sizes for the K? Img_2612


Thanks for your help
Cheers



Last edited by Chocolate on Tue Feb 07, 2017 5:38 pm; edited 1 time in total


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Only a few activities make me experience my senses in a way motorcycle riding does, it is like swimming in the nude in a river.
K75 BA/1992 ABS, K75 BA/1991 noABS, Ducati, Mobylette M1/1973
    

kioolt

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If you enter that part number you posted into the part number search on realoem the following comes up.  I hope this helps. 

34111454724

Brake pads kit

From:
[size]11/01/1984[/size]
To:
[size][size]06/13/2013 (ENDED)[/size][/size]
Weight:
[size][size]0.209 kg[/size][/size]
Price:
[size][size]$53.71[/size]

Superseded by:

[/size][size](07/01/2000 — ), Exchangeable retrospectively

Supersedes:

[/size][size](08/01/1983 — 12/10/1985)
Part 34111454724 was found on the following vehicles:
[/size]


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2004 R1150RT 186,800 miles 
1991 K100LT 128,700 miles
1982 R100RT 106,900 miles
Total 422,400 BMW miles

AMA,BMWRA,BMWMOA


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Chocolate

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Thanks kioolt!

It helps but doesn't answer 
Does the BMW number 34111454724 fit front an rear on both my Ks?
Are they sinter or organic?


Cheers


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Only a few activities make me experience my senses in a way motorcycle riding does, it is like swimming in the nude in a river.
K75 BA/1992 ABS, K75 BA/1991 noABS, Ducati, Mobylette M1/1973
    

kioolt

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If you click on the K75 line in my reply it does answer about front and rear.

34111454724

Brake pads kit

From:
[size]11/01/1984[/size]
To:
[size][size]06/13/2013 (ENDED)[/size][/size]
Weight:
[size][size]0.209 kg[/size][/size]
Price:
[size][size]$53.71[/size]

Superseded by:

[/size][size](07/01/2000 — ), Exchangeable retrospectively

Supersedes:

[/size][size](08/01/1983 — 12/10/1985)
Part 34111454724 was found on the following K569 vehicles:
[/size]

  • K569 (K 75, K 75 c, K 75 s, K 75 RT), K 75 84 (0561), N/A, , EUR, (0561) : FRONT WHEEL BRAKE
  • K569 (K 75, K 75 c, K 75 s, K 75 RT), K 75 85 (0562,0571), N/A, , EUR, (0562) : FRONT WHEEL BRAKE
  • K569 (K 75, K 75 c, K 75 s, K 75 RT), K 75 85 (0562,0571), N/A, , EUR, (0562) : Disk brake, rear
  • K569 (K 75, K 75 c, K 75 s, K 75 RT), K 75 85 (0562,0571), N/A, , EUR, (0562) : Rear wheel brake, ABS
  • K569 (K 75, K 75 c, K 75 s, K 75 RT), K 75 85 (0562,0571), N/A, , USA, (0571) : FRONT WHEEL BRAKE
  • K569 (K 75, K 75 c, K 75 s, K 75 RT), K 75 85 (0562,0571), N/A, , USA, (0571) : Disk brake, rear
  • K569 (K 75, K 75 c, K 75 s, K 75 RT), K 75 C (0564,0574), N/A, , EUR, (0564) : FRONT WHEEL BRAKE
  • K569 (K 75, K 75 c, K 75 s, K 75 RT), K 75 C (0564,0574), N/A, , USA, (0574) : FRONT WHEEL BRAKE
  • K569 (K 75, K 75 c, K 75 s, K 75 RT), K 75 C (0564,0574), N/A, , USA, (0574) : Rear wheel brake, ABS
  • K569 (K 75, K 75 c, K 75 s, K 75 RT), K 75 RT (0565,0573), N/A, , EUR, (0565) : FRONT WHEEL BRAKE
  • K569 (K 75, K 75 c, K 75 s, K 75 RT), K 75 RT (0565,0573), N/A, , EUR, (0565) : Disk brake, rear
  • K569 (K 75, K 75 c, K 75 s, K 75 RT), K 75 RT (0565,0573), N/A, , EUR, (0565) : Rear wheel brake, ABS
  • K569 (K 75, K 75 c, K 75 s, K 75 RT), K 75 RT (0565,0573), N/A, , USA, (0573) : Disk brake, rear
  • K569 (K 75, K 75 c, K 75 s, K 75 RT), K 75 RT (0565,0573), N/A, , USA, (0573) : Rear wheel brake, ABS
  • K569 (K 75, K 75 c, K 75 s, K 75 RT), K 75 S (0563,0572), N/A, , EUR, (0563) : FRONT WHEEL BRAKE
  • K569 (K 75, K 75 c, K 75 s, K 75 RT), K 75 S (0563,0572), N/A, , EUR, (0563) : Disk brake, rear
  • K569 (K 75, K 75 c, K 75 s, K 75 RT), K 75 S (0563,0572), N/A, , EUR, (0563) : Rear wheel brake, ABS
  • K569 (K 75, K 75 c, K 75 s, K 75 RT), K 75 S (0563,0572), N/A, , USA, (0572) : FRONT WHEEL BRAKE
  • K569 (K 75, K 75 c, K 75 s, K 75 RT), K 75 S (0563,0572), N/A, , USA, (0572) : Disk brake, rear
  • K569 (K 75, K 75 c, K 75 s, K 75 RT), K 75 S (0563,0572), N/A, , USA, (0572) : Rear wheel brake, ABS


__________________________________________________
2004 R1150RT 186,800 miles 
1991 K100LT 128,700 miles
1982 R100RT 106,900 miles
Total 422,400 BMW miles

AMA,BMWRA,BMWMOA


The cheapest thing on a BMW is the nut that connects the handlebars to the seat.
    

Chocolate

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It shows up to 9/88
But for Denmark 12/96

So does it fit a 1991 non ABS and a 1992 ABS bike?
It doesn't say anything about sinter or organic.

There must be different sizes.

Cheers
BMW Brake Pads | different sizes for the K? Img_2613


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Only a few activities make me experience my senses in a way motorcycle riding does, it is like swimming in the nude in a river.
K75 BA/1992 ABS, K75 BA/1991 noABS, Ducati, Mobylette M1/1973
    

Dai

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Sintered or organic - it doesn't matter. Organic is possibly better because it will give less braking force than sintered i.e. more difficult to skid the rear wheel. Never put sintered at the rear and organic at the front because you will be following the bike down the road if you try that.

What's more important is that you get the right size pad for the calipers you have. There are two sizes; 55.5mm wide and 57mm wide. You can't go on the year of the bike because someone may have changed the calipers at some point, so measure the width of the pads coming out. I think the change occurred with the introduction of the 4 valve engine but I'm not sure.



Last edited by Dai on Tue Feb 07, 2017 3:09 pm; edited 1 time in total


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BobT

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I think that you are overcomplicating the matter a bit. You will probably find that they fit ABS and non ABS as the pads do not know if ABS is fitted at all. 
They are brake pads, does it matter if they are sintered or organic, BMW say brake pad kit so they will work. What is the problem with sintered or organic?  I believe that they are the same pads that are in the rear of my 1991 K100RS 16v with ABS, but I also believe that those pads are used in the rear on many BMWs including the boxers that I have owned, and in the front of some bikes.
That question that you keep asking is will they fit all of your Ks, only you know exactly what models of K that you have, and only you can check the brake pads that are fitted.

    

Chocolate

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@Dai wrote:Sintered or organic - it doesn't matter. Organic is possibly better because it will give less braking force than sintered i.e. more difficult to skid the rear wheel. Never put sintered at the rear and organic at the front because you will be following the bike down the road if you try that.

What's more important is that you get the right size pad for the calipers you have. There are two sizes; 55.5mm wide and 57mm wide. You can't go on the year of the bike because someone may have changed the calipers at some point, so measure the width of the pads coming out. I think the change occurred with the introduction of the 4 valve engine but I'm not sure.

Good Dai, that comes closer to what I'm interested in.

Asking a the old man that is closing his store, I found out this.
I didn't verify that information.

9/88 the front brake calipers have changed to fit the new sintered Pads
Rear stayed the same 55.6

Before 8/88 rear and front had the same size 55.6

After 9/88 ABS came out and the front brake calipers changed to 57.6 rear stayed 55.6. 
Like 9.91 the good  Showa Fork was introduced to all Ks.

So the brake pads I can buy a few BMW OEM Sets from 34111454724 and 55.6 are organic and good on all 2V Ks rear and good for all Ks before 9/88 front.
All ABS 2V Ks should have 57,6 front Pads and rear 55.6.

You're right Dai, I wouldn't put sinter Pads on the rear ;-)
You are right the brake calipers could have been changed.
Probably my calipers are original, I will check.

Sometimes it's good to get to the roots and not only guessing.

Cheers


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Only a few activities make me experience my senses in a way motorcycle riding does, it is like swimming in the nude in a river.
K75 BA/1992 ABS, K75 BA/1991 noABS, Ducati, Mobylette M1/1973
    

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