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Old 10-13-2009, 07:16 PM   #1
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We have the bosch fuel filters for E46 non M's. 120.00 each. If you want to buy ten of them I can do a better price.


all so we have coming in, Meyle heavy duty castor rod bushing for E46 non M cars.

They will be priced at 215.00 for a set. They are a VERY good item and they perform along side the factory M3 castor rod bushing.

Castor rod bushing we do have in stock are the Febi Bilstein same price as the Meyle. A very good Item as well.



as always, we offer genuine. Genuine set of BMW castor rod bushing is 410.00 for the set.

We can get in a full range of performance brake up grades. braided lines, pad upgrade, brake fluid upgrade.


We have a full range of Philips globes in stock POA


Strut brace for E46 315.00



genuine front clears for E46 coupe second hand but in very good order 100.00 for the set



New genuine X5 steering wheel 350.00


E46 M3 rear exhaust box, is no longer needed 200.00


We can get in Blue diamond exhaust tips, very high quality POA


Genuine BMW coolant 15.00 each
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Old 10-13-2009, 07:50 PM   #4
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Stephen, that genuine M3 back box looks ohh so familiar, where the hell is Taylor?

Hahahahaha

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Stephen, that genuine M3 back box looks ohh so familiar, where the hell is Taylor?

Hahahahaha

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We changed our minds on fitting it to the car, so it's up for grabs again lol
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to fit the rear box on a non-m you need to cut into the spare tyre spot correct???
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Old 10-13-2009, 09:37 PM   #7
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You can buy the floor for the M3 from BMW
that's what I was going to do.
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that's what I was going to do.
Stephen, its just the rear part isnt it?

the front part of the wheel well is the same? Or did I stuff this up?

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Stephen, its just the rear part isnt it?

the front part of the wheel well is the same? Or did I stuff this up?

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It's the whole boot floor as far as BMW part numbers go
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That steering wheel... i assume wouldn't fit E46s?

The Meyle castor rod bushings... would you say they're better than OEM? After how many kms should you change the OEM ones?
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That steering wheel... i assume wouldn't fit E46s?

The Meyle castor rod bushings... would you say they're better than OEM? After how many kms should you change the OEM ones?
Why yes I do know they are better. But you should have them checked out by a mechanic. There is no set KM for them to go.
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Stephen.. what is the price difference between the Meyle castor rod bushings and the OEM..


BTW.. ive got another question
Does the service indicator countdown.. ONLY go by KMS?.. or does it decrease more rapidly if those kms are... lets say "more stressful on the car" ?
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Stephen.. what is the price difference between the Meyle castor rod bushings and the OEM..

OEM 410.00

Meyle 215.00
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Haha your teasing me arn't you steve?
Last service u written down that i need new castor rod busing and front break pads. And now you put this up.
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