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      04-15-2008, 02:50 PM   #45
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Anytime, thanks for all of your orders - and don't forget to add your t-shirt size w/ your order!
can i just get the ///M trim for the 90 dollar price? would it fit on the sport steering wheel?
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      04-15-2008, 02:54 PM   #46
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forgive my ignorance, but what is the difference between this one and the e46 tri-stitched wheel?
e46 wheel will not fit the e90 steering column from what I have been told. Perhaps Evan can confirm....

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      04-15-2008, 03:37 PM   #47
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The Tri stiched M3 wheel feels a bit thicker than the perforated M sport wheel. However you do lose the perforation with the Tri stiched wheel. Tough call IMO.
Can you by chance take a photo with the two types stacked rim to rim?

I too am interested in the perf leather model but I have massive hands and appreciate any additional thickness I can get my hands on (pun intended).
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      04-15-2008, 03:39 PM   #48
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And for the record... it's silly to give up the functionality of perforated leather for the fashion of colored stitching. And price the product more to boot. <<<<This is directed toward BMW, not tischer or any other "messengers".
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      04-15-2008, 04:24 PM   #49
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e46 wheel will not fit the e90 steering column from what I have been told. Perhaps Evan can confirm....

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i thought there was an e46 M tristitched steering wheel diy that alot of people have done
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      04-15-2008, 04:53 PM   #50
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on the e9x? no
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      04-16-2008, 08:56 AM   #51
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on the e9x? no
Haven't seen anyone retrofit the E46 wheel on the E9X's. Not sure why you'd want to either, the newer one is better!

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      04-16-2008, 09:23 AM   #52
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i am not trying to undermine the sale of the new wheel, i am just trying to figure out what the difference is, btw
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      04-16-2008, 11:58 AM   #53
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Its thicker and has stitching. Can't wait for the paddles compatible version to come out!
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      04-16-2008, 11:45 PM   #54
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Its thicker and has stitching. Can't wait for the paddles compatible version to come out!
You can get one at the dealer, the M wheels is now sold on the 135i with paddle. $760
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You can get one at the dealer, the M wheels is now sold on the 135i with paddle. $760

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Any update on the DCT paddles for the tri-stitched wheel? I want to order the paddles to add to my M3 wheel.

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BMW doesn't show a separate part number for the paddles, yet



The part number doesn't exist in our database. PM me and I'll help you out!

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      04-22-2008, 11:09 AM   #57
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Any update on the DCT paddles for the tri-stitched wheel? I want to order the paddles to add to my M3 wheel.
Separate DCT paddles aren't available yet from BMW.
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Price went up to $555.00

I tried to buy this wheel, and BMW has just raised the price.

This M wheel now sells for $555.00
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      06-06-2008, 12:47 PM   #59
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I tried to buy this wheel, and BMW has just raised the price.

This M wheel now sells for $555.00
Yep, BMW raised our dealer cost on the wheel. So, naturally we had to raise the price so that we can maintain our small amount of profit on it, while still offering a great price to y'all.

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Yep, BMW raised our dealer cost on the wheel. So, naturally we had to raise the price so that we can maintain our small amount of profit on it, while still offering a great price to y'all.

The price went up from $425 to $555 - WTH???

Jason, do you guys have any current stock at $425 (old price) - thanks.
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This means it is just a matter of time until the Perforated Leather M wheel also goes up in price as well...

Guys, buy current stock now before it's too late!!!

Regardless of BMW's price hike, Tischer BMW continues to offer BMW OEM parts at a terrific discount. I completely understand that it isn't Tischer's fault that BMW is raising the price of its equipment, and that they must also raise the price accordingly to maintain their profit margins. It is just the way things are...

However, the price increase is substantial. It simply caught me by surprise!

It is a 30% increase ($130.00 increase). I wonder why so much...
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      06-07-2008, 02:09 AM   #62
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So now for non-zsp ppl to upgrade to m3 wheel cost more than $1200

maybe i should just upgrade my wheel or get mtech bodykit instead
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      06-07-2008, 06:09 AM   #63
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Wow that wheel goes up in price like crazy. I bought mine for 310 shipped a while back.
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This means it is just a matter of time until the Perforated Leather M wheel also goes up in price as well...

Guys, buy current stock now before it's too late!!!

Regardless of BMW's price hike, Tischer BMW continues to offer BMW OEM parts at a terrific discount. I completely understand that it isn't Tischer's fault that BMW is raising the price of its equipment, and that they must also raise the price accordingly to maintain their profit margins. It is just the way things are...

However, the price increase is substantial. It simply caught me by surprise!

It is a 30% increase ($130.00 increase). I wonder why so much...
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Unfortunately we've seen many items go up in price a good bit with this last pricing update. If you're considering the steering wheels we run on special here, we recommend you take advantage now before another price hike occurs.
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still at 555?
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still at 555?
Click the link in the original thread!

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