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It screws onto the rod

and if you know where I may be able to sorce one or a Hack

 substitute 

thanks

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Apparently it is called a forkhead.  I'd suggest posting a WTB ad in the parts wanted section.  

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Pedals-supporting bracket
No. Description Supp. Qty  From   Up To  Part Number Price   Notes
01 Pull rod   1     35211100556 $19.61   ENDED
02 Cup   1     35211101077 $10.79   ENDED
03 Hex nut M10LH 1     07119922115     ENDED
04 Pin   1     35211110925 $1.44    
05 Forkhead   1     35211110924 $5.44   ENDED
06 Clamp   2     35411104248 $0.82   ENDED
07 Steering arm   1     35211101539 $53.51    
08 Pipe   2     35211101052 $7.56    
09 Washer   2     34331101080     ENDED
10 Set nut 25 M10 1     07509063128     ENDED
10 Self-locking hex nut M10 1     07129964672 $0.36    
11 Stop light switch   1     61311368786 $38.77    
12 Pin   1     34331101858 $1.42    
13 Pipe   1     35211101049 $7.56    
14 Hex bolt M10X115-10.9PHR 1     07119912715     ENDED
  ATE T 50    
15 Supporting bracket MECHANISCH 1 03/1966 04/1972 35111101573     ENDED
15 Supporting bracket HYDRAULISCH 1 03/1966 07/1977 35111101550 $367.39   ENDED
17 Hex bolt with washer M8X20 8     35111102135 $0.76    
19 Sound absorber   1     35114440140 $27.21   +core
20 Insulating cover   1     35111102142 $43.55    

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If that does not work out, I always either give the number to Bluntech and they can round it up or go directly to Maximillian BMW. They show it available for:

 

05 FORKHEAD 35211110924   1     $9.47

 

Their site is https://www.bmwmobiletradition-online.com and type in your VIN  to get to all of those exploded parts diagrams, get out your credit card and there it is. Pretty hefty shipping many times, but the nature of the beast.

 

Randy 

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33 minutes ago, '76mintgrün'02 said:

Apparently it is called a forkhead. 

 
 
 
                   
                   
                   

 

Ohhhhh. That makes a LOT more sense. I owe Blunt an apology. He said "You need a new brake linkage forkhead"

I said "I beg your pardon!" and hung up on him.

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9 minutes ago, Jimmy said:

forkhead

No need to be offended.  That's just how they say f***head where he is from.

 

I'm pretty sure that part is NLA.  If so, I have some if you run into a wall.

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1 hour ago, worzella said:

If that does not work out, I always either give the number to Bluntech and they can round it up or go directly to Maximillian BMW. They show it available for:

 

05 FORKHEAD 35211110924   1     $9.47

 

Their site is https://www.bmwmobiletradition-online.com and type in your VIN  to get to all of those exploded parts diagrams, get out your credit card and there it is. Pretty hefty shipping many times, but the nature of the beast.

 

Randy 

Blunt, max and tradition do not sell

NLA parts

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6 minutes ago, 02Les said:

It's a Clevis!!

 

41 minutes ago, halboyles said:

No need to be offended.  That's just how they say f***head where he is from.

 

I'm pretty sure that part is NLA.  If so, I have some if you run into a wall.

I have officially run into the Wall

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OK    

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