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Old 05-25-2007, 07:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Where to order OEM rear springs?

My last oil change at BMW, they told me my rear right coil spring is cracked and I need a replacement, I think i got quoted $600 to replace both rear springs. Anyone know any good sites where I can buy the rear springs for cheaper then the dealership? I have a 2000 323i . If I go look for used ones, what model's / year would be compatible with mine? Thanks !!
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First of all, welcome to werkz. Don't get used springs. Off the top of my head, the two places from where you can get the springs are www.bavauto.com and www.pelicanparts.com.

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Also try and Give Bimmerworld . com a call. They can hook you up with some. Rear springs are cheaper and very easy to replace. BMW overcharges for everything, so i'd tell ya to take it to an independent shop and ask for a better labor quote.
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Great.. Ill try that
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Those are good sources. You could also try these BMW Coil Springs. Itís what I have. New ones are more reliable. You could actually find cheaper new parts, few searches would do.
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Hey,anthon.that is a good idea,i like new parts in my car,cause im actually searching for spare parts of my m3.
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Thanks for appreciating. Good luck with your search. I hope you could find the best source.
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