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Old 03-12-2009, 09:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Timing CAMS AND CRANK help

well i took my car to a shop so they could take the head off so i could get new valves put in, well after i got it back from the machine shop and the guy started to put my car back together he tells me that i have to buy the timing tools from BMW that cost like $320 i have no more money i just spent 1750 for parts and labor so can some one help me
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so every one knows its a 98 323is with a M52 engine i dont want to sound stupid i just want to make sure if i get info i get ir for the right engine thanks for any help yall can offer
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So he wants to charge you for him to purchase the tools.. so he can then use them on the next bmw and not charge that person?

Sounds a bit like a rip off to me!

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No i keep the tool after he finishes my car, im just looking for someone who has the tool and wants to sell it or if they know of a website that sells it cheap
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