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Help with part number - 1973 rear bumper bracket


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Does anyone know the part number(s) for the 1973-only rear bumper brackets?  I think the earlier, shorter brackets are part number 51125470060, but I can't find the longer versions.  And my memory may be hazy, but do '73s also have some sort of cover for the longer bracket?  My car is a '73 but has the shorter early brackets that I'd like to swap.

 

Garrett

1973 BMW 2002 (Verona)

1975 BMW R90S (Silver Smoke)

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The bracket is 51 12 1 817 357 (item 3 in the pic)

Put this part # into realoem or Maximillian's site, and you'll bring up the whole page 51/9 showing all the parts you may need.

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Les

'74 '02 - Jade Touring (RHD)

'76 '02 - Delk's "Da Beater"

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I think many people want to swap from 73 to 72 brackets so you can probably easily find someone to swap with. There was just a thread a week ago about someone wanting 72 brackets for his 73.

1976 BMW 2002 Chamonix. My first love.

1972 BMW 2002tii Polaris. My new side piece.

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