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done two test runs of engine re-assembly and am ready to go with the real thing....

EXCEPT: cant for the life of me find the 6 bolts that secure the rear crank oil seal housing... there are two bigger bolts at the bottom and 4 other smaller ones.

if i have to replace these, does anybody know the sizes of the bolts??

any help greatly appreciated! thank you in advance


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URL: http://www.parts.bmwgroup.com/

With your internet access, you can find this part info at the BMW Mobile Tradition site, using their online catalog (check around the link provided, registration required). The parts catalogs are great for checking fasteners, and the correct parts from BMW are often the less expensive than fasteners sourced elsewhere.

Meanwhile, here's some stuff copied from my spreadsheets with list prices from BMWNA:

Part #__________Description_______Qty__List

11 12 1 252 130__Rear seal cover____1___$22.00

11 12 1 726 238__Dowel 10.5mm____2____$0.90

07 11 9 913 483__Bolt M6x25_______4____$0.13

07 11 9 913 657__Bolt M8x25_______2____$0.15

07 11 9 932 072__wave washer B6___4____$0.04

07 11 9 932 095__wave washer B8___2____$0.04

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