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I am looking for some stowage nets similar to these to fit on the side of the transmission tunnel.

Has anyone fitted these?

And if so are there any issues? These ones are fitted with 5 self tapping screws. On some of my previous (non BMW) cars I have seen fuel lines and brake lines routed inside the transmissin tunnel just on the other side of the metal where the stowage nets would go. Anyone know if this area is clear of anything that could be damaged by drilling and some screws? I haven't had a look underneath yet.
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