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Old 10-28-2009, 10:00 AM   #1
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330 CI ZHP Front Bumper and Protective Parts (underneath) Replacement

I recently had a few altercations with newly installed speed bumps and piss poor parking spotting which caused me to tear up the underside (passengers side) of my front bumper as well as the protective plating. I was wondering if there's a recommended (reasonably priced)vendor to find replacements for the MTech bumper and the underside protective plating. I've been looking around the net and my local area with no success
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Old 10-28-2009, 12:48 PM   #2
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Tischer BMW is one of our sponsors. They charge 20% above cost.

The fender aprons that extend under the front on each side are only $46 ea. as I recently replaced mine. I think part #8 is the part you're looking for on this diagram (to get the part #).

www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts.do?model=BD53&mospid=47713&btnr=41_1098&hg=41&fg=10

I believe the ZHP has an M-Tech II Aero package so you can look on their site and find that. It's $625 + $150 flat rate shipping. If you order other parts at the same time they throw them in the same box because you're already going to pay for the flat rate shipping. Speaking from experience as I just ordered the complete M-Tech II pkg.

BTW - look under BMW Accessories/Specials Tab and on the left you'll see E46Fanatics. On the second page they have the M-Tech Aero listed.

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