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Wunderlich unveils new accessories for the BMW R18

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Wunderlich, the accessory kit company, has added one new product in Canada for the BMW R18 rear luggage rack. Driver's backrest and cover the oil cooler.  If you're looking to add some decorations to your friends' R18s, look for them in the rear luggage rack constructed from 16mm steel tubing and securely attached using a five point fixing that's guaranteed to fit the R18. The shelf is designed to integrate perfectly with the Wunderlich backrest and can hold up to 5 kg or about 11 lbs.   This section is also available in two surfaces. Either chrome or satin black powder coat. You'll find that this piece can be combined with Wunderlich's tank railing, which when assembled creates a seamless rear end. The chrome rear luggage rack sells for $410, and the satin black powder coat costs $365, 12,200.  It's not just the backrest. It can even fold into a passenger seat, too. Made from 18mm thick steel tubing, it can hold up to 85kg or 187lbs. It comes in two different chrome configurations, which sell for $341, around 11,399 baht. or the satin black version is sold at 285 US dollars.  Finally, we have the Wunderlich Oil Cooler Cover, which offers rock-solid protection. which is important in another point of the car Available in both designs as well, it will sell for 230 US dollars.  These parts are made in Germany and come with a five-year warranty. The price point is reasonable as Wunderlich is known for its quality. And is known for its quality production.

Wunderlich, the accessory kit company, has added one new product in Canada for the BMW R18 rear luggage rack. Driver’s backrest and cover the oil cooler.

If you’re looking to add some decorations to your friends’ R18s, look for them in the rear luggage rack constructed from 16mm steel tubing and securely attached using a five point fixing that’s guaranteed to fit the R18. The shelf is designed to integrate perfectly with the Wunderlich backrest and can hold up to 5 kg or about 11 lbs. 

Wunderlich, the accessory kit company, has added one new product in Canada for the BMW R18 rear luggage rack. Driver's backrest and cover the oil cooler.  If you're looking to add some decorations to your friends' R18s, look for them in the rear luggage rack constructed from 16mm steel tubing and securely attached using a five point fixing that's guaranteed to fit the R18. The shelf is designed to integrate perfectly with the Wunderlich backrest and can hold up to 5 kg or about 11 lbs.   This section is also available in two surfaces. Either chrome or satin black powder coat. You'll find that this piece can be combined with Wunderlich's tank railing, which when assembled creates a seamless rear end. The chrome rear luggage rack sells for $410, and the satin black powder coat costs $365, 12,200.  It's not just the backrest. It can even fold into a passenger seat, too. Made from 18mm thick steel tubing, it can hold up to 85kg or 187lbs. It comes in two different chrome configurations, which sell for $341, around 11,399 baht. or the satin black version is sold at 285 US dollars.  Finally, we have the Wunderlich Oil Cooler Cover, which offers rock-solid protection. which is important in another point of the car Available in both designs as well, it will sell for 230 US dollars.  These parts are made in Germany and come with a five-year warranty. The price point is reasonable as Wunderlich is known for its quality. And is known for its quality production.

This section is also available in two surfaces. Either chrome or satin black powder coat. You’ll find that this piece can be combined with Wunderlich’s tank railing, which when assembled creates a seamless rear end. The chrome rear luggage rack sells for $410, and the satin black powder coat costs $365, 12,200.

It’s not just the backrest. It can even fold into a passenger seat, too. Made from 18mm thick steel tubing, it can hold up to 85kg or 187lbs. It comes in two different chrome configurations, which sell for $341, around 11,399 baht. or the satin black version is sold at 285 US dollars.

Wunderlich, the accessory kit company, has added one new product in Canada for the BMW R18 rear luggage rack. Driver's backrest and cover the oil cooler.  If you're looking to add some decorations to your friends' R18s, look for them in the rear luggage rack constructed from 16mm steel tubing and securely attached using a five point fixing that's guaranteed to fit the R18. The shelf is designed to integrate perfectly with the Wunderlich backrest and can hold up to 5 kg or about 11 lbs.   This section is also available in two surfaces. Either chrome or satin black powder coat. You'll find that this piece can be combined with Wunderlich's tank railing, which when assembled creates a seamless rear end. The chrome rear luggage rack sells for $410, and the satin black powder coat costs $365, 12,200.  It's not just the backrest. It can even fold into a passenger seat, too. Made from 18mm thick steel tubing, it can hold up to 85kg or 187lbs. It comes in two different chrome configurations, which sell for $341, around 11,399 baht. or the satin black version is sold at 285 US dollars.  Finally, we have the Wunderlich Oil Cooler Cover, which offers rock-solid protection. which is important in another point of the car Available in both designs as well, it will sell for 230 US dollars.  These parts are made in Germany and come with a five-year warranty. The price point is reasonable as Wunderlich is known for its quality. And is known for its quality production.

Finally, we have the Wunderlich Oil Cooler Cover, which offers rock-solid protection. which is important in another point of the bike Available in both designs as well, it will sell for 230 US dollars.

These parts are made in Germany and come with a five-year warranty. The price point is reasonable as Wunderlich is known for its quality. And is known for its quality production.

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