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#1003247 - 01/06/18 02:14 PM Re: What options for a service/repair manual? [Re: Tri750]  
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Originally Posted by Tri750
Say, R1100S guy, do you need a service manual for THAT beast ? I have a factory one for it.
And a set of used, within spec stock brake rotors for it.
Tri750@hotmail.com

No thanks. I have the BMW R1100S manual in PDF format -- all 300 pages of it. I like softcopy best so I can print off the pages I need -- as long as you print off all the referenced pages too. My R1100S only has 5300 miles and the way I ride it (like the old man that I am) I shouldn't need brake rotors for many years. Also, the way I buy and sell bikes odds are I won't have the R1100S five years from now. But thanks for the offers.

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2004 R1100S
2005 K1200S
2018 R9T Pure
#1007339 - 03/13/18 08:34 PM Re: What options for a service/repair manual? [Re: BarnRat]  
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I've got a '00 K1200LT.

I bought a Clymer manual on eBay. It's pretty good.
I, also, bought a bootleg pdf BMW Repair & Service Manual from emanual online. With it, I found that the BMW official manuals aren't easy to use, but they do fill in the blanks from Clymers.
I checked, & emanuals does have K1200S BMW Service & Repair Manual files available.

Hope this helps

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