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Old 12-07-2012, 06:09 PM   #33
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Originally Posted by Airhead Wrangler View Post
I can't see any evidence of that being a PD in the past. They would've had to buy a whole lot of non-PD parts to make that a regular GS, which I can't imagine anyone doing. They may have crashed and bent the frame and migrated all the parts to a straight PD frame (identical frame, just a PD VIN) What year does the VIN say it is? Look at motor production date, trans serial number any castings with date stamp to see if they differ from the frame's model year.

Waiting for the title and VIN info. Owner works at a dealer and says he just ran the vin to find out it was a PD number with a BMW service record of the driveshaft getting replaced at 35k.

I know it doesn't look like it was ever a PD but if that's what the title says...

Will run numbers when I get them.
83 r80ST
76 r90s
92 R100R
103 Union St, Brooklyn, NY 11231; Tues-Sun
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