Originally posted by e36_m3_Turbo@Mar 14 2004, 08:05 PM you do not want to buy some procarparts.com, its cheap tawian shit. they never fit right and they might not fit your car anyways if they were made for sedans
well these ones are made for 2 doors so that isnt a big problem, i htink i might try getting them, but no one really answered my question, i just get all this shit, i mean doesnt work im out 10$ i dont know about you but 10$ to me is nothing for something that MIGHT work
They will fit, PCP gets many mixed opinions. personally i have their corners and they are fine. As for the bulbs either you buy them silver from someone like bavauto.com or you can paint them.
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After upgrading my cars vision with ZKW's I wanted to complete the look with new corner markers. Do to the fact that you only have a couple of choices with regards to oem, I decided to look elsewhere. I found some cool looking turn signals from pro car parts. They had cheap parts and friendly people. They showed up a week later and guess what? Neither fit very well, both were cheaply made, and one had a leak. I called them to let them know, and they immediately sent me a replacement.
---Bottom line, PCP are good friendly people, car parts are cheap, quality of parts are horrible. So, if you don't mind replacing them when necessary and want something that doesn't look oem go for it. If you want the ones like you posted that do look like oem, go to bavauto.com and bite the bullet.
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