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  1. Chrisbmwcy
    09-08-2009 05:23 AM
    Chrisbmwcy
    Hello Deacon,

    I was able to keep all the functions with my new mirrors.
    Keep in mind that these are the original OEM M3 mirrors and not a copy-replica.

    Regards, Chris
  2. Dwan
    09-08-2009 04:01 AM
    Dwan
    Am keen to purchase M3 folding mirrors set for my 2005/05 E46 330Ci Cabriolet in Hong Kong.

    saw yours and look wonderful, were you able to continue features like ( elec seats with memory, electric adj of heated mirrors, auto tilt when in reverse gear, electric fold up, etc )

    and any info appreciated.

    tks deacon
    deacondkwan@hotmail.com
  3. Chrisbmwcy
    11-25-2008 06:37 AM
    Chrisbmwcy
    Thank you dude for the reply. I really appreciate it. I will have a look at bridgestones before making my purchase, as Bridgestone really seem to know how to make tyres (as they are in the F1) your reccommendation is highly appreciated as I was going to purchase the 452s ..
  4. kawwikid
    11-18-2008 04:24 PM
    kawwikid
    Hey man sorry I havent gotten back to your question, was out of town. Anyway, the 452 started out ok, but got noisey fast, and after about 6,000 miles they really started to ride ruff. I just got a set of Bridgestone RE760 and they are night and day better. I think they where about $30 more per tire than the 452s. There much quiter, do great in the rain and stick like glue for above average street driving. Even at 100mph + they where smooth. I just did a 3000 mile trip from Florida to up-state Ny, and then had some play time up in the Catskills, and the tires didnt even wear..Very nice..

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