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This is a question I need to ask. I have a low mileage 2018 GS.
I have a high mileage 2018 GS 54k miles and from what I can tell the drive shaft is perfect yet they are going to replace it without a test. I don't get it.
I would think if it has lasted this long it's a good one.
How do I know the new one is any good? Are they going to test it after it's installed? Is there a warranty on it?
There have been people with low mileage bikes that have failed so I assume the test is valid.
I would think if your bike passes and then a few thousand miles later it has a problem BMW would cover it.
My right intake cam went bad at 42k miles and they covered it. I have a good Dealer.
 

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To echo "M" YIKES!, but same here, had the bike serviced last Thursday and no mention of the recall. p.s. Don't do a ham sandwich, indulge yourself, with SPAM!
I booked my 13 plate gs1200 in for its MOT ON THE 21/11 and was informed by the BMW GARAGE that this recall would be done at the same time , so some garages are doing it without being asked
 
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