Fitting a new roundel into the top yoke. Grrr.

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Fitting a new roundel into the top yoke. Grrr.

Postby HerrFlick » Thu Mar 07, 2019 7:52 am

Hi All.

Is there any trick to this?
New roundel sits on top of the recess but I can't push it in.
Grrrr. :x

Cheers.
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Real torque curves don't have a first derivative. :-^)

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Re: Fitting a new roundel into the top yoke. Grrr.

Postby dave the german » Thu Mar 07, 2019 1:04 pm

I had same problem and had to file it a little
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Re: Fitting a new roundel into the top yoke. Grrr.

Postby HerrFlick » Thu Mar 07, 2019 5:53 pm

dave the german wrote:I had same problem and had to file it a little


Thanks Dave. Will do.

What is puzzling is the one I dug out has the same edge but BMW somehow got it into the recess.

:-)

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Re: Fitting a new roundel into the top yoke. Grrr.

Postby slparry » Thu Mar 07, 2019 9:36 pm

HerrFlick wrote:
dave the german wrote:I had same problem and had to file it a little


Thanks Dave. Will do.

What is puzzling is the one I dug out has the same edge but BMW somehow got it into the recess.

:-)

HerrFlick


try putting badge into the freezer first
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Re: Fitting a new roundel into the top yoke. Grrr.

Postby Blackal » Thu Mar 07, 2019 10:47 pm

slparry wrote:
try putting badge into the freezer first


and the bike in the oven :)
If I am ever on life support - Unplug me......
Then plug me back in..........

See if that works .....
:?

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Re: Fitting a new roundel into the top yoke. Grrr.

Postby HerrFlick » Fri Mar 08, 2019 10:09 am

Blackal wrote:
slparry wrote:
try putting badge into the freezer first


and the bike in the oven :)


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Re: Fitting a new roundel into the top yoke. Grrr.

Postby slparry » Fri Mar 08, 2019 11:25 am

Blackal wrote:
slparry wrote:
try putting badge into the freezer first


and the bike in the oven :)


it's in Australia Al, same thiing :D
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