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BMW Main Bearing Set

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When a Main Bearing Set malfunctions it can result in a very dangerous experience for even the most seasoned drivers. Obviously, luxury makes BMW unique, but long-lasting quality is what makes them loved. But when something breaks you have to replace it by installing on the highest-quality Main Bearing Set parts you can find. Your ride has a long history and reputation for a reputation for performance and German engineering, which is presumably what makes you love it so much. When you drive a BMW, you should recognize that maintaining it in good working order is important.

Driving with a failing Main Bearing Set is unpleasant to say the least.

A drop in oil pressure is a common occurrence in older engines. But when your oil contains lots of tiny metal shavings, then it's likely that your BMW engine has one or more spun main bearings. These are found in the crank case between the main bore caps and the crankshaft; providing it with a smooth surface that facilitates rotation. In any BMW engine that is maintained properly (with regular oil changes, and no racing) you can expect the main bearings to last for over 100,000 miles.

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