Almost anyone who sells bimmer stuff, Bavauto.com is the best though.
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ebay has just as good as parts as any........BAV auto parts are sold on ebay as well..you just gotta do your searching correctly... I've got a feedback of 52+ right now and I've never had a problem with buying or selling on ebay.....just gotta be extra carefull of things... and ask lots of questions before you buy..
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Dutch, most ebay retailers carry low-quality parts. You can sometimes swing a hella part, but the majority of them use cheaper and brittle plastics that are prone to crack over time. My retainer clip went out in under two years for no reason.
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Originally posted by El Presidente@Mar 10 2004, 12:03 PM Dutch, most ebay retailers carry low-quality parts. You can sometimes swing a hella part, but the majority of them use cheaper and brittle plastics that are prone to crack over time. My retainer clip went out in under two years for no reason.
You're right El, but what I only mean to say is that sometimes the're good 2nd hand parts on eBay. Look for good brands, sure!
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