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Old 04-23-2007, 03:23 PM   #1
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eas | euro first aid storage boxes now in stock



Not typically available on US models, this OEM BMW euro storage box can be used to keep a first aid kit or other items underneath the seat of your e46, X3, X5 or Z4. Mounts in the stock location using existing mounting holes.

Perfect to gain some additional storage space while retaining the OEM look at the same time. Store your First Aid supplies, iPod, maps, phone or other items that are needed within reach. Kits includes mounting bracket, storage box, and mounting hardware. Can be installed on Driver's or Passenger's seat (or both).

Euro First Aid/Storage Box
http://www.europeanautosource.com/pr...roducts_id=956

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Old 04-23-2007, 03:56 PM   #2
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what seat does it mount under??? and can u easily reach into it from the drivers seat???
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Old 04-23-2007, 04:50 PM   #3
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Haven't had a chance to install mine, but here's a pre-installation shot:



Boxes can be installed underneath the Driver's or Passenger's seat (or both). One note I forgot to mention is that this is not compatible with Convertibles.
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That's really cool Tom! I want a fire extinguisher too
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Old 04-23-2007, 05:02 PM   #5
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That's really cool Tom! I want a fire extinguisher too
I have a surplus of those coming in shortly as well. More info soon.
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a while back, i noticed a cool concept you guys were trying to make... it was this new center control where there is one cup holder and storage place. i hope u guys know what i am talking bout since i cant seem to find it
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I have a surplus of those coming in shortly as well. More info soon.
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a while back, i noticed a cool concept you guys were trying to make... it was this new center control where there is one cup holder and storage place. i hope u guys know what i am talking bout since i cant seem to find it
Another item we are working on currently - let's keep the thread on topic.
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So it doesn't get smashed when you lower the seats?
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So it doesn't get smashed when you lower the seats?
Nope - this is an OEM part that will bolt into the factory location.
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Great product.. I have one in each of my bimmers..

Waiting for FE..
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do u have to take out ur seat to install it???
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Seat does not need to be removed for installation.
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do u have to take out ur seat to install it???
I just reinstalled one in an E46 vert this past weekend, as it had come out. It's literally just slide in, and drive! Took all of 10 seconds....Great product though
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I just reinstalled one in an E46 vert this past weekend, as it had come out. It's literally just slide in, and drive! Took all of 10 seconds....Great product though
I was under the impression these did not fit the vert seats. You had no problems?
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It was the BMW First Aid Kid, and yea, it slid right in under the front seat, although the front of it was sloped (not vertical).

Part #52106971063 for the empty box for 'verts.

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That would explain it, thanks for the heads up!
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do these come with the hardware as well?
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Yes - hardware is included.
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so, this won't fit vert's right?
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