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Old 02-15-2013, 06:13 PM   #621
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Originally Posted by Stinger9 View Post
Let's not go back too far to the basics. Next we'll be looking to cast our own blocks!
How about making your own tires!

And for anyone that did not check the price, BMA parts should still have the pump/fuel sender assembly for around $125? I think some have found online import parts suppliers that may have a similar pump/sender for around $100.

For something that will leave you stranded, $125 is a no brainer in my book.

I have had a pump for my wife's 2006 E46 vert that has just over 60k miles in stock for over 6 months. I just need to decide when I need to make the move to install it. If my wife gets stranded, it will be WAY more than $125 of guilt, grief and lack of affection!!
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