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BMW R69

This bolt kit consists of all necessary hardware parts to restore the R69 model.  Price: $210.

This price includes all shipping and handling costs to USA destinations. For international purchases, shipping and handling costs are added to your order at checkout.

R69 Model Years: 1955 to 1960.

When ordering this bolt kit online be sure to designate the model year by clicking on the appropriate button below.  When ordering this kit via email or snail-mail please include model year in the communication.


 Order R69 Bolt Kit (1955 to 1960) 


Individual packets for R69

This kit contains all nuts, bolts, washers, screws, and other fasteners that are visible on this BMW model.  The individual zip-locked bags are clearly identified for each assembly, a total of 273 pieces (20 identified packets).

We provide free shipping for this kit to USA destinations.  However, when ordering only individual assembly packets please include $7.00 for shipping and handling.

R69 Bolt Kit: $210.00

Parts Packet

# of Pieces

Price

Axles

4

$18.38

Battery Tray

6

12.59

Brakes (front / rear)

23

19.92

Carburetors

8

11.42

Center Stand

8

12.13

Fender (front)

22

12.09

Fender (rear)

31

13.36

Final Drive

8

11.82

Gas Tank

12

7.48

Headlight Mounts

12

12.27

Horn

5

6.35

Motor Mounts

21

28.54

Mufflers

8

11.50

Oil Pan

24

12.15

Passenger Pegs

4

11.96

Seat (solo)

16

12.81

Shocks (front)

16

14.91

Shocks (rear)

7

22.78

Transmission

26

12.45

Valve Covers

12

19.94

 

 

 

 

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