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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old May 23rd, 2009, 6:42 pm Thread Starter
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Finalk Drive- Paralever- Weird Washer Placement...

Performing the final drive fluid change to comply with the new fluid leve lon both my -06 GT and '07 GS. RepROM shows some weird washer placement for the GT- I would expect the method shown for the GS.

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Looking at the Max BMW fiche, it shows two washers on the GT (one on each side). I don't recall mine having two, maybe it did.

The GS shows much the same as your picture. Only thing, the arms look different. Might be just for appearance sake since the GS would - or should - get more dirt on the head of the thread/nut inside the wheel area verses the head being on the outside and less dirt being thrown on the threads of the nut end of the bolt as on the GT.

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I'm gonna do what my RepROM says- kinda weird though....
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