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Manson243 09-16-2012 10:40 PM

New to BMW need help
 
Hi i am looking for some places to buy parts for a 2006 325CI. I drive a 2006 Mustang GT but my frind drives a 06 325CI and im trying to help him out. Thanks for and help in adv.:beer

DEATH2000 09-17-2012 12:13 AM

I personally use Bimmer Specialist. Tons of OEM parts and they ship out of LA. I have great things to say about their customer service. They check your order and cross reference the part numbers to make sure your not ordering the wrong part, or if you order something and their is a second part that goes with it, but you forgot they will email you first. They did this for me when i was ordering parts for my E36 and threw on parts for a friends E46. They emailed me saying the parts i ordered werent correct for my car, and i replied and explained it was for an E46. Thats pretty good customer service IMO. That and they appear to be priced quite well, with the cheapest shipping i have seen.

www.bimmerspecialist.com

Manson243 09-17-2012 11:20 PM

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Originally Posted by DEATH2000 (Post 213331)
I personally use Bimmer Specialist. Tons of OEM parts and they ship out of LA. I have great things to say about their customer service. They check your order and cross reference the part numbers to make sure your not ordering the wrong part, or if you order something and their is a second part that goes with it, but you forgot they will email you first. They did this for me when i was ordering parts for my E36 and threw on parts for a friends E46. They emailed me saying the parts i ordered werent correct for my car, and i replied and explained it was for an E46. Thats pretty good customer service IMO. That and they appear to be priced quite well, with the cheapest shipping i have seen.

www.bimmerspecialist.com

Ok thanks for the help. I was looking for a place leaning more to Aftermarket performance.

DEATH2000 09-17-2012 11:28 PM

In that case check out ECS Tuning, Turner Motorsports, or Bimmerworld. All leading aftermarket performance parts suppliers. In my personal order of preference.


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