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BMW Malaysia has introduced the all-new G82 BMW M4 Competition, with an optional Innovation Package.

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All-new 2021 BMW M4 debuts - up to 510 PS/650 Nm with a manual and a...Drift Analyser?

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BMW Malaysia drops 2021 BMW i4 teaser, 530 PS sedan launching in Q4

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All-new G80 BMW M3 Competition introduced in Malaysia; 510 PS/650 Nm, from RM 664k

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2021 BMW X7 xDrive30d (CKD) launched in Thailand, RM 810k

BMW Thailand has launched the locally-assembled (CKD) 2021 BMW X7.

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BMW Malaysia introduces CKD 2019 BMW X3 M Sport

It’s a very sporty month for BMW Malaysia as they launch yet another M Sport equipped car - the

All-new BMW X6 M and BMW X6 M Competition unveiled

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All-new 2021 Mercedes-Benz C-Class (W206) debuts; no more hood ornament, rear-wheel steering

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A month after its online premiere, BMW commenced production of the 2021 BMW 4 Series Coupé (G22

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BMW Malaysia recently unveiled the BMW X5 PHEV, priced from RM 440,745 (without SST).

BMW Malaysia updates price list for 2021, BMW 320i cheaper by RM 1,911

BMW Malaysia has released the updated price list for 2021 with a few notable changes.

New Mercedes-AMG E63 facelift, upgraded 4Matic+ AWD

improved aerodynamics and comfort, the new AMG E63 sits in the league of big powerful saloons like the BMW

BMW M8 and BMW M8 Competition revealed

Another week, another new BMW M car.

RWD 2022 BMW 2 Series Coupe makes amends to enthusiasts for 2 Series GC

BMW has released its initial photos and details of the upcoming 2022 BMW 2 Series Coupe (codenamed G42

BMW Shorties celebrates local film makers with Tayangan BMW Shorties event!

It has been 13 years since BMW Malaysia started their annual BMW Shorties Award to support local film

Malaysia-bound BMW i4 debuts with first all-electric BMW M performance model

the final specifications (international markets model, local specifications to be confirmed) of the BMW

All-electric BMW 5 Series coming soon as BMW ramps up its electrification line-up

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Prices of CKD 2021 BMW X7 xDrive in Malaysia confirmed: RM 699k

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Why is it preferable for an airplane to have the propeller pulling at the front, instead of pushing from the back?

Purely mechanically speaking pulling is more stable tan pushing. I can give you two historical examples: Horse-driven carriage is pulled, not pushed due to stability. Imagine how unstable it would be as a pusher. I wouldn't dare to ask horses their opinion on the matter…;) Cars used to be rear axle driven (due to technical problems of driving steering wheels). Once the problem was overcome and front axle driven cars appeared, it was a significant improvement in mechanical stability (unless you want intentional instability - BMW ;)). The understeering of front-driven cars (distasted by some…) is the proof of inherent stability. From an aerodynamic point of view, puller prop can have an additional advantage, if placed “correctly”, it can blow high-speed air over the wing improving its performance (stall speed etc). Some of the new e-propulsion planes in development nowadays use this advantage by multiplying the number of propellers placed all over the wings.

What are the procedures for removing a defective ball bearing and replacing it with a new one?

That depends on “from what” and what size bearing. And how the bearing is fitted (is it the outside or inside that has the press fit). Very often bearings are “press fit”, in which case you typically should be using a press to push the bearing off the axle or housing. Sometimes, a drift and a hammer will also work, but in some cases it’s hard to reach the surface to hammer on it. There are specific bearing pullers too that work with a screw pull or as a “slide hammer” type thing to pull the bearing out of its place. Often, heating the outer thing (bearing housing or bearing itself on an axle) will allow it to come out. Oven or blow-torch. In some cases, the least bad amateur way of solving this is to cut the bearing - this may be a case of a dremel with a small metal cutting disc, or a oxy-acetylene cutting torch, depending on the size of the bearing. Angle grinder for the sizes between. Don’t cut all the way through, just enough that you can get a chisel or “poor mans chisel” = screwdriver into the cut and break the last bit. I have used all of these methods - never done the oxy-acetylene cutting, only seen other people do that on youtube. I have replaced bearings on my motorcycles, my car, my lathe and my milling machine - and probably a couple of other things that I forget now [well, and on skateboards, but that’s not hard by any measure] Best thing is probably to google or search in youtube for “Bearing replacement on <insert thing>” - for example “Bearing replacement on BMW Z4 front axle” or “Bearing replacement on Warco GH1330 headstock”. If that doesn’t work, try something less specific and see if there’s at least something better than my hand-wavy explanations above (that absolutely work, but you have to know what it is you are replacing, how it is fitted and how to get it out, and there are probably other methods that I haven’t used).

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