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      12-09-2012, 03:11 PM   #1
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Has anyone heard of extremeparts in Toronto

I've been looking into shopping for a set of m3 side skirts and have came across this shop called extremeparts.

website: http://www.extremeparts.ca/new/
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4000 Steeles Avenue West Unit #4
Toronto
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I purchased the e92 trunk lip from them a while back and it fit perfectly, but that's a pretty easy part to replicate without fitment problems. I was looking for feedback from individuals that purchased the m3 side skirts, m3/m-tech front bumper, or any experiences they had with this store.

Also, I would like to gather the same info regarding jspecperformance up in markham :P

website: http://www.jspecperformance.com/default.asp

Any feedback/Info will be much appreciated! Thank you
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      12-09-2012, 03:14 PM   #2
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I've been looking to buy a m3 rep front bumper or m-tech for awhile now these guys seem to be the only local
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      12-09-2012, 03:29 PM   #3
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Yea, but it's all about fitment, I rather spend an extra $50-100 to get one shipped in with better fitment than buy something that's just not satisfying. I did some research and there's this holding company right at Niagara falls (buffalo, NY) that lets you ship to them and has pretty cheap fees. Check them out http://www.usaddressinc.com/ you could just get a U.s Vendor to ship your parts their, its literally right across the rainbow bridge.

holding fees go as follows:

$5 per package up to 50 lbs
$10 per package 51-100 lbs
$15 per package 101-150 lbs
etc....
one weeks free storage, then they charge you like $2 per week after the first free week, but could be more per week depending on package size and weight.

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I've been looking to buy a m3 rep front bumper or m-tech for awhile now these guys seem to be the only local

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      12-09-2012, 03:35 PM   #4
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Yea, but it's all about fitment, I rather spend an extra $50-100 to get one shipped in with better fitment than buy something that's just not satisfying. I did some research and there's this holding company right at Niagara falls (buffalo, NY) that lets you ship to them and has pretty cheap fees. Check them out http://www.usaddressinc.com/ you could just get a U.s Vendor to ship your parts their, its literally right across the rainbow bridge, sneak the part in the back of your trunk and save on custom charges too :P
If you're ok with driving down there to pick up, it's the perfect solution. I've done it many times and I'm totally satisfied.

Although, I wouldn't have mentioned that last part on a public forum
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      12-09-2012, 03:37 PM   #5
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Lol what last part i dont see anything

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If you're ok with driving down there to pick up, it's the perfect solution. I've done it many times and I'm totally satisfied.

Although, I wouldn't have mentioned that last part on a public forum
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      12-09-2012, 04:08 PM   #6
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So I actually did a search around the forums, lol didn't think too many others had dealth with extremeparts, but it appears as the are "sketchy" and have had some bad fitment issues in the past.
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      12-09-2012, 04:25 PM   #7
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If anyone is looking for an M3 Replica Bumper I am currently selling the one I got shipped up from ECS Tuning in the US. Fitment is supposed to be pretty dead on from them which is the main reason why I bought it to begin with.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=778573
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      12-09-2012, 06:07 PM   #8
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i got my m3 rep from extremeparts, fits perfectly. ive also recommended it to a friend on this forum for his m3 rep and he also has great feedback
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can you send me some pictures of the m3 rep side skirts you have installed? my email is: tech.help115@gmail.com

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i got my m3 rep from extremeparts, fits perfectly. ive also recommended it to a friend on this forum for his m3 rep and he also has great feedback
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I know a friend who bought an aftermarket OEM style 2005 Acura TL bumper from there. Fitment was great.
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fitment from extreme parts is pretty good, id say 8-9/10.

Also - you cant sneak a bumper across the border in the trunk so plan on having enough cash to pay the taxes on it.
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      12-10-2012, 10:41 AM   #12
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I am selling parts starting this Feb/March (See my sig)

I can get you guys the parts, with excellent fitment. Supplied over 100 parts last year.

Will be setting up a site soon
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      12-10-2012, 12:28 PM   #13
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Lol I know, I was just joking around
Has anyone tried out jspecperformance in markham though?
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Lol I know, I was just joking around
Has anyone tried out jspecperformance in markham though?
I've tried both.

extreme parts is fairly ok, Only thing i bought for my E90 there was my grill.

My old cars (1.6EL, Altima) I've bought parts from them and no complaints.

jspecperformance... meh for me, far and wasn't worth it. bought some AE's off them before and wasn't to happy with it... seemed a bit dull and they wouldn't take it cause it was used once i put it on so meh sold it outside to someone who didn't care. other than that I haven't heard anything really about jspec
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I was looking at their aero front lip specifically, they have it for $180 unpainted. One guy told me he bought it and it warped in the summer heat lol. Was looking to see if anyone else bought the aero lip from them (http://www.jspecperformance.com/Prod...BMW-E9207-MTEC)
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I've tried both.

extreme parts is fairly ok, Only thing i bought for my E90 there was my grill.

My old cars (1.6EL, Altima) I've bought parts from them and no complaints.

jspecperformance... meh for me, far and wasn't worth it. bought some AE's off them before and wasn't to happy with it... seemed a bit dull and they wouldn't take it cause it was used once i put it on so meh sold it outside to someone who didn't care. other than that I haven't heard anything really about jspec
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Thanks for the pictures!
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Thanks for the pictures!
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techy1's pictures

Hey I was wondering if I could come take a look at the fitment of the m3 side skirts in person? Do they overlap anywhere? Do the ends of the skirts line up with the front and rear fenders? Let me know about any imperfections you noticed please

Let me know if I can come check it out anytime soon!

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I am selling parts starting this Feb/March (See my sig)

I can get you guys the parts, with excellent fitment. Supplied over 100 parts last year.

Will be setting up a site soon
What where the items last year and what items do you have happened for this year? Looking forward to this.
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I got my e90 m3 side skirts from there. The overall fitment is acceptable but still not perfect. I would give 7/10. It barely line up with the fenders and the inside clips cannot hold at all so that it is a bit of protruding.
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Guys the only parts that fit spot on are stamped on the inside and say OEM BMW Made In Germany.

Its possible to get parts that have balls-on fitment, if you really care that much then buy OEM parts. Any replica, no matter how good, will not have the consistency and fitment of those made for BMW.
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