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      09-18-2008, 06:29 AM   #1
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Any 1 from K-town area

Sup guys and gals,

Just looking for someone around kaiserslautern that could direct me to the right place to get some After market parts for my BMW. I'am slowly trying to get little things for my car and i am not too familiar with the area where i could get some good deals. any help would be greatly appreciated.

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good deal in Germany on BMW parts.. damn that is a oxymoron if i ever heard one...
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Pretty much all BMW dealers in Germany carry AC Sheitzer. These guys are out of Germany and i think not to far from you http://www.fmw-tuning.de/ but that good deal may only be the convience of being able to getting it quickly but its going to cost you even with a tax form.
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      10-09-2008, 03:20 PM   #4
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Thanks for the productive reply. Yeah after i posted the subject I did alot of research and asking around bmw dealers and yeah I found out theres no such thing as a "good deal" here in germany. Just started looking for parts from the U.S and have to wait 2weeks to get the parts i wanted.
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We're in Germany, why even consider ordering from the US especially if you're in any kind of hurry. I'm still waiting on parts I ordered in June for my (soon to be sold) dodge.

EIther way, I would say that you're in the right place to get Aftermarket kits.

Esso has a decent collection of German aftermarket Catalogs, start there
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I think the longest i have waited for anything was for my exhaust, only because RennArt had to send the l bigger box USPS regular mail about 3 weeks and i got the other part of the exhaust in less then 2 weeks. My wheels came in less then a week, and same with tires just about 5-7 days. I think shipping wait times depend on the company you buying from. If they get the parts right over to USPS and you specify you want Priority shipping you should get what you order pretty quickly.
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      10-11-2008, 05:10 AM   #7
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We're in Germany, why even consider ordering from the US especially if you're in any kind of hurry. I'm still waiting on parts I ordered in June for my (soon to be sold) dodge.

EIther way, I would say that you're in the right place to get Aftermarket kits.

Esso has a decent collection of German aftermarket Catalogs, start there
Another very helpful tip. Thanks im gonna try esso.
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