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    Step up from rubber/silicon hose, used some of this stuff when doing pressure calibration work for solenoid flow control stuff, swagelok fitting and stainless hard pipe is the ultimate but their nylon and PTFE stuff is compatiblewith the same fittings. Given the price of all the shitty aluminium fitting AN hose stuff I think if I'm not happy with hose/barb or OEM stuff on any of my gear I will go straight to these, swagelok hard pipe or flex lines or hydraulically swaged hydraulic lines from pirtek or whoever.

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      The problem with John Guest/sharkbite or whatever fittings is that they aren't flexible. So dont be thinking about making tight radius turns.
      Chris
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        Hi. I'm trying to replace a few interior trim parts on a 2009 BMW.
        What is the best place to look online for the parts numbers?
        RHD source is preferable.

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          Originally posted by Smudge View Post
          Hi. I'm trying to replace a few interior trim parts on a 2009 BMW.
          What is the best place to look online for the parts numbers?
          RHD source is preferable.
          Realoem, you’ve got jaymic which is uk based so may have more rhd bias, fcp euro, pelican parts, etc etc
          Originally posted by Walt Kowalski
          Memes are only detectable by NSA.

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            Also just punch the part numbers into ebay.

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              https://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/par...08-E90N-BMW-M3

              Jason Broadhurst

              Someone once asked me if they could use my mower. I said "sure, so long as it doesn't leave my yard"

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                Thank you Mr Monkey, Shonk & Broadhurst

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                  Originally posted by Smudge View Post
                  Hi. I'm trying to replace a few interior trim parts on a 2009 BMW 2003 Toyota
                  So bloke at work is trying to restore his 2003 Prado and after some bits of trim, external and internal. Wreckers are no dice and Toyota wants him to buy a new Prado. Any ideas where he can start to look if eBay isn't much help ?

                  "Keep lowering your standards until you achieve a goal" - Mike Finnegan

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                    Sealed road caravan parks at night?
                    Jason Broadhurst

                    Someone once asked me if they could use my mower. I said "sure, so long as it doesn't leave my yard"

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                      Do Aus sold Rangers have a rear sliding window ?

                      Don't mention the adBlocker !!

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                        Originally posted by Gin Kii View Post
                        Do Aus sold Rangers have a rear sliding window ?
                        Nope

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                          Originally posted by Sturmovik View Post

                          Nope
                          Bugger, will have to buy from the USA then.. was hoping aus got then as I could just stick it in a returning container.

                          Don't mention the adBlocker !!

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                            Go to partsouq.com
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                              Originally posted by Smudge View Post
                              Hi. I'm trying to replace a few interior trim parts on a 2009 BMW.
                              What is the best place to look online for the parts numbers?
                              RHD source is preferable.
                              dont discount just asking the dealer.

                              some prices are more than reasonable

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                                Originally posted by FioriGuy View Post

                                dont discount just asking the dealer.

                                some prices are more than reasonable
                                Has never worked out for me. Even with shipping from the US last time I bothered to ask. And they didn't have them in stock either.

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