One caution regarding front wheel removal and replacement. Be careful with the Left Hand caliper when you remove it!!!
I recently (last week!) removed both wheels for new tires and had trouble getting the left caliper back in place. Twisting and turning took place as I tried to get the pads separated just enough.
When I replaced the wheels I ended up with an ABS warning light that wouldn't go out, and no cruise control. (just before a 5,000km trip!!!)
The front wheels speed sensor wire is tie strapped very tightly to the brake hose, and I must have damaged it. I bought a used ABS sensor from a K1200 (fortunately the same part number) and was able to change it out the day before my trip- worked flawlessly for the trip! I had tried to get a new one first, but the delivery time was AFTER my departure date, and they wanted $225 Canadian for it. I was able to get the used one quickly and it was $100 shipped overnight.
I made sure I didn't tie strap the new line as tightly to the hose and plan to cut the tie strap my next tire change rather than risking it again. I do plan on buying a back up wheel speed sensor, as losing one can certainly screw up how the bike handles (if the connection is intermittent, the bike randomly will drop all power as it thinks the wheel is sliding, very dangerous!)
Anyway, just an FYI and caution!
2014 K1600 GTL EXCLUSIVE (1st BMW)
CBDane Running lights
Schrodie dual colour emblems
Aeroflow Kit (Wings,Mini wings-GT Tall windshield)
Cal Science Xtra tall 26" windscreen
Dual BMW Communication Helmet Kits
Stebel Air horn (yet to be installed)
USB charger on bars
Issota trunk rack