3-Series (E21, E30)Chat relating to the BMW 3-Series from 1975-1983 and 1984-1991 line. Specific models: BMW 315, BMW 316, BMW 318, BMW 318i, BMW 320/4, BMW 320i, BMW 320/6, BMW 323i, BMW 320i. E30 Family models include: BMW 325e, BMW 325i, BMW 325is, BMW 325ix.
yep i use to have diving boards, heres a stock pick when i got my car
the deal is the front valance and bumper bolt right up, the rear you have to cut the side sections and take out about 1 inch, then plastic weld it back together...then repaint...heres while it was drying
the rear is a big chore, but i love it...heres the finished product
so i skipped the rear valance weld up conversion but thats what this write up starts with, you can skip that part, still looks good either way...
Not Hard, at all, I think you need to somehow drain the fluid in the hydrolic shocks or whatever is behind the diving board and then basically use a tree or something that won't move easily and bump into it to compress them. You might want to do a little searching 1st (i'm sure e30tech.com has some info if there isn't anything here) on the proper procedure but it shouldn't be too hard.
Originally Posted by yammahamma
If I wanted to date you, I would have bought you dinner first.
nope why would i?? its completely legal, in fact im going to redo them, with the lows and highs yellow...
ive never gotten anything but compliments to be honest
That's good to hear...I installed my E-code w/yellows for my low/high beams and haven't gotten any grief for it so far, that's fine by me. I know the E-codes aren't DOT approved, but I doubt a cop would be able to notice from their cruiser anyways. I don;t know yet if I am going to do the highs in yellow or not. I do love the E-code lenses though...soooooo much more light on the road!
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