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Old 10-14-2004, 09:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys, 3 quick questions,

1) im not really satisfied with the color of my door panels inside, the middle of the panel is ok the rest of the door kinda sux, my question is there any paint or special spray paint to paint the inside material (vinyl is it?)

2) number 2 is if i get the stage 3 UUC suspension, can i adjust how low the front and back drop, or is it pre-set

3) Lastly, my pins behind the modlings have slowy been breaking, thats because my moldings are being help by less and less pins, where can i buy these besides the dealer and what are they called
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Old 10-14-2004, 02:54 PM   #2 (permalink)
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cmon! I know someone knows! Dont make me hunt u down!
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Old 10-14-2004, 03:05 PM   #3 (permalink)
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i got 4 answers...

1-dont bother with the paint idea, i have a feeling even if there is such a thing , it will be cracking and whatnot in no time

2- i have no experience with the uuc suspension stuff. but sounds like it could be expensive, either way if you want to control the amount of drop you want but still wanna get amazing performance, get a good set of coilovers, (i recommend ground control)

3-assuming the mouldings your talking about are the side trim ones, than just tell the dealership and they will be able to visually find them on the etk.. (i guess this really isnt an anwer is it )

4-you cant hunt me down, because if you did id ban your ass.. hahaha :P
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i only asked 3 questions, u must ban ur self now for being furious... :P








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Old 10-15-2004, 02:21 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I have the UUC stage 3 and it drops the front and rear 1.5" fixed . and it is a sweet ride trust me.
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The clips that hold the moldings on have the part number as:

51 13 1 960 054

Don't forget the grommets that hold them on.

51 13 1 960 127

I pulled the information from the ETK.

Something like these parts should be cheap, even from the dealer. I do not reccomend buying them used because they are plastic and are prone to breaking again. It is to bad the BMW can not make plastic the way they make everything else!
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