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Old 10-31-2011, 09:00 PM   #533
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Originally Posted by Susannah View Post
Ok...

I read all 27 pages, and I'm nearly 100% certain that I didn't miss it.

I installed M3 side skirts on my 2004 330 cab, and in the front the skirt doesn't line up to the fender liner, leaving a "hole" where the skirt and liner no longer meet up. I'm worried because this is going to let a whole bunch of snow and salt in where it can sit all winter.... Has anyone else run into this issue? And if so how did you fix it? Or did you just leave it? I was considering plastic welding M3 fender liners to mine to make up for the gap, or just cut up some fenders liners from work.

Any other thoughts?

Thanks a lot,

Susannah
For OEM M3 side skirts, you need all OEM parts that go along with them..

- OEM M3 clips (different from non-M clips)
- 2 black plastic cover pieces (don't fit perfect on sedans)

reference www.realoem.com ..
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