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$37 for 4 oil filters on eBay.
$22 for 1 gallon Rotella T6 Synthetic on Amazon. Meets BMW specifications.
$11 for 150 assorted sizes crush washers on Amazon.

Come on, guys. Do it yourself.
Don't let them bend you over.
 

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Just had my Annual inspection and service (3 years) and bi-annual brake fluid change.

Annual service was AU$181.49, Oil was AU$18.40, gasket ring AU$2.75, Oil filter AU$23.26

Bi-annual brake fluid change AU$60, brake fluid AU$13.59

Sundries AU$5

Total AU$334.95

They gave me a $100 voucher to spend on BMW gear so I got two t-shirts that were reduced from $80 down to $50

They also lent me an F900R for half a day while my bike was being serviced.

Great value for money in my opinion!
 

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OK, so unfortunately I can beat all of you...
Before the service I was quoted $250 ( which was a bit of a surprise ).
When I picked the bike up the actual bill was $310...
'Welcome to Manhattan', as they say !
 

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My first service was... 60,54€ !
Yes, it's US$ 70 ! But there is a trick, they (BMW Cannes, French Riviera) did offered me labor fee, probably to convince me to come back for future services, but anyway I was more than surprised :)
I wannnnaaa go to Cannes.
 

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First service, the run-in service with oil and oil filter change and the checks. In Sweden October 2021. 3290 Skr wich is about 380 USD, I believe. Due mainly to high labor cost in a high tax society. Labor cost was 1750 Skr (1.10 hours). Value added tax was 668Skr. Environmental fee was 69 Skr. Got new brake calipers due to bmw recall. That was for free.
I have my opinions on high taxes and their uses, but that is off topic. BMW G310GS
 
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