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BooG

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Can anyone help identify the correct part number? I bought a rear main seal a few years ago. It’s a BMW part no.
11 11 1 460 389.
It’s fora 1988 K75S.
Thanks.

    

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gorio

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@BooG wrote:Can anyone help identify the correct part number? I bought a rear main seal a few years ago. It’s a BMW part no.
11 11 1 460 389.
It’s fora 1988 K75S.
Thanks.
New Part Number 11117666186. The seal dimensions are 50x80x10

https://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/showparts?id=0572-USA-10-1987-K569-BMW-K_75_S_0563,0572_&diagId=11_1797


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3Back to top Go down   Rear main seal part number K75S 1988 Empty Re: Rear main seal part number K75S 1988 on Fri Jun 26, 2020 1:17 pm

Two Wheels Better

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BMW supersede part numbers all the time. 11 11 1 460 389 is now 11 11 7 666 186.

Hint: using the www.realoem.com link Gorio sent, click on the blue highlighted part number to the right of the description in the parts illustration/diagramme. It will show what the part fits and what the number used to be and many others if it has changed over the years.
Also, from the main page of realoem, after you've got to the BMW section, type in the last seven digits of the part number and it'll go to the various catalogues of which models it fits, including if it is also a BMW car part - sometimes cheaper at an auto parts supply house.

This also applies to a bike's VIN. Type in the last seven digits in the appropriate spot and up come the production date and model specifics.


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