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Old 06-01-2007, 02:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Brake Ducts and Lower Molding

Anybody have the part numbers for the brake ducts that direct the air from the front bumper to the brakes and the piece that attaches to and goes across the bottom of the bumper, sorry for the bad description (I dont know whether it is a piece on each side and one piece that goes all the way across)? I have a 97 318i which a big-ass racoon recently decided to run in front of... BAM... ripped out both fog lights... cracked my bumper, messed up my splash gaurds, trim molding, all that good stuff. $1000 worth of damage from insurance. Anyway I found everything but the brake ducts and the pieces that attach to the very bottom of the bumper and hang down a little bit (again sorry for the bad descption). Anything is helpful, thanks!
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Great so looks like I'm looking for the right and left brake ducts and the left and right supports for the bumper... Anybody know where I can get these besides the stealership?
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I'm not sure if they will ship them... I am assuming they would... If you want to go used, call up vines automotive in Alabama. They are honest and very reasonably priced. I can get things shipped here to me for less than picking them up at local salvage yards.
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i don't know where hutnington, IN is but there's a place in zionsville called zionsville autosport, they can probably get them to you at the cheapest price, you might want to give them a call, they have a website as well
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cool, thanks I will check it out.. its not too far. Huntington is like an hour and a half north of indy... half hour south of fort wayne.
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Found everything I needed. I actually ended up just buying an M3 front bumper... Thank you insurance haha. Saving a lot of money by doing all the work myself becasue its just bolt on stuff. I will post pictures when im finished. Thanks
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