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Old 04-21-2004, 07:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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anybody know of a cheap place to get some clear front bottom reflectors for a bmw 2003 330ci? i think the orange reflectors now looks really bad with my silver 330.
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There are a few online places that I know of.

This place: http://www.bimmertoys.com/xcart/customer/p...&cat=314&page=1 will give you the option of making your reflector the same colour as your paint.

If you want the white, you can get them from this link:
http://www.bimmertoys.com/xcart/customer/p...&cat=269&page=1
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word of advice. be careful putting them on. you may need to file down some areas to get them to fit.

i've broken 3 sets of them before i gave up and got the painted ones.
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word of advice. be careful putting them on. you may need to file down some areas to get them to fit.

i've broken 3 sets of them before i gave up and got the painted ones.
i was wondering if that was just the ones i bought. geeeeez what a pain in the ass they were! but they look dope now (see sig pic below)
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i just bought some and am having one hell of a time putting them on. does anybody know of an easy way to do this? any special tools i can buy? i dont want to scratch the paint or dent my bumper so i am thinking about just taking it down to a shop and having them do it. but i am sure they will charge an arm and a leg. anybody have any sugestions?
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