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Old 02-26-2004, 07:22 PM   #1
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Gauges Ring

Did anyone know DIY for Installing Gauges Ring??
If you guys do please lemme know the link
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Old 02-26-2004, 08:05 PM   #2
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go to bimmian.com, click on the gauges there selling, bottom of page they have a link for install, i just got the silver gauges and plan to install them this weekend, just wish they were self adhisive!
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Old 03-01-2004, 11:24 PM   #3
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Silver Gauge rings link

Here's the one I used when I installed.


http://www.bmw325i.net/inst_silver_gauge_rgs.shtml


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Did anyone know DIY for Installing Gauges Ring??
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Old 03-02-2004, 02:56 PM   #4
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Thumbs down Bimmian.com is an unprofessional Merchant

BIMMIAN.COM is an Unprofessional Merchant.

I ordered an M-Style lip spoiler about 15 days ago. The product I received was damaged (not through shipping). The sellers product purchase agreement (stated on their website) states that any damaged product will be replaced at no additional cost to the consumer. After contacting Customer Support at Bimmian.com they told me that they would not replace the item at no additional cost because the damaged product (2 gouges in the ABS Plastic, paint bubbles, bunching adhesive) "WAS NOT DAMAGED ENOUGH to warrant a return".

No where in their disclaimer or their policy did it say to what extent damage would be covered. I expected to receive a flawless item and I did not. I contacted the seller multiple times regarding this issue and was unable to come to an agreement. I am just posting this so that You are ALL AWARE of the Unprofessionalism of this Merchant.

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Old 03-03-2004, 12:35 AM   #5
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BIMMIAN.COM is an Unprofessional Merchant.

I ordered an M-Style lip spoiler about 15 days ago. The product I received was damaged (not through shipping). The sellers product purchase agreement (stated on their website) states that any damaged product will be replaced at no additional cost to the consumer. After contacting Customer Support at Bimmian.com they told me that they would not replace the item at no additional cost because the damaged product (2 gouges in the ABS Plastic, paint bubbles, bunching adhesive) "WAS NOT DAMAGED ENOUGH to warrant a return".

No where in their disclaimer or their policy did it say to what extent damage would be covered. I expected to receive a flawless item and I did not. I contacted the seller multiple times regarding this issue and was unable to come to an agreement. I am just posting this so that You are ALL AWARE of the Unprofessionalism of this Merchant.

----EMAIL Correspondenses with Customer Service (HA!) to Follow Shortly----
Rather than re-spamming all the threads which this customer has spammed with this same complaint, anyone interested in seeing the result of this post, (and our addressing of his FALSE claims) can see that I have promised him a resolution on this thread:

http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=145724

Ian
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Old 10-25-2005, 05:06 PM   #6
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check this website

http://www.bmw325i.net/inst_silver_gauge_rgs.shtml
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