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  • #16
    Yes the 48 teeth

    Originally posted by lpayant View Post
    I am interested. we are talking about the ring with 48 teeth right? I see many new hubs ( after market ) have 96 teeth.

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    • #17
      Hi!

      sorry for slow reply.

      yes, I was looking for the 48 teeth rings.
      found this company in UK, which has lots of rings.
      I searched through all different sizes they are selling to try to find one I could use, but that was a no go.
      Contacted them,and they can make after drawing, or by copying one.

      I also found one extra, original one, will ship it soon.

      btw,the timken bearing was interesting,but thought all e28 was 96 teeth?

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      • #18
        I bought Timken and the OD, ID diameter are the same, number of teeth a width is the same.

        Originally posted by nilsp View Post
        Hi!

        sorry for slow reply.

        yes, I was looking for the 48 teeth rings.
        found this company in UK, which has lots of rings.
        I searched through all different sizes they are selling to try to find one I could use, but that was a no go.
        Contacted them,and they can make after drawing, or by copying one.

        I also found one extra, original one, will ship it soon.

        btw,the timken bearing was interesting,but thought all e28 was 96 teeth?

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        • #19
          Hmmm. That Tim Ken bearing on amazon for $99 sure looks like it! Wish I knew about that, would have saved me $$$ and time. Seems if that one works no need to fool with making ABS rings

          hopefully it saves some one in future

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          • #20
            Imteresting.. even found fag bearings now.. FAG 713 6671 60
            is this really the solution, or are we missing something obvious here!?

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            • #21
              Quick follow up - installed the 48 tooth rings and ABS is working like a champ!

              will be putting the spare ring up for sale. Maybe it will help someone

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              • #22
                Originally posted by gereed75 View Post
                Quick follow up - installed the 48 tooth rings and ABS is working like a champ!

                will be putting the spare ring up for sale. Maybe it will help someone
                Which bearing did you use

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                • #23
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                  • #24
                    I am confused - were these NLA or something? Turner has the fag bearing with abs ring, wheel bearing nut and dust cap for $60.

                    Edit: disregard they don't include ABS ring. Where did you find the ring?

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                    • #25
                      The correct ring should be on your bearing in the car. Remove from old bearing, refit to new.

                      if not, good luck. You can order correct hub/bearing/ring from BMW but very pricey

                      With help from members, I tracked down three rings in Finland. Not cheap but got the job done.

                      Have we ascertained that the Timken bearing/hub part number has correct ring?

                      is this horse dead yet?

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                      • #26
                        For future reference in case someone needs it, here's the ring swap procedure. Pretty straightforward.
                        https://s14net.vbulletin.net/forum/s...l-bearing-swap

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