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      01-03-2007, 01:38 PM   #1
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where to get shadowline trim??

i did a search, and went to my dealer...he said to ask on the forums (what a lazy peice of shit)

any of you guys have the part number??

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on the coupe it's option code 760.

find a new dealer if that's the lazy half-ass treatment you get.
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Hey Dave,

Please keep us updated if you are able to acquire the shadowline trim here in the US on your 335i. It would be great to know how much that option costs and where/how you acquired and had it installed. I think the shadowline trim looks great on certain color cars.

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I found the part numbers in the parts etk. The left rain gutter moulding is 51-76-8-036-661 and the right rain gutter moulding is 51-76-8-036-662. The pricing is pretty expensive on those pieces. Expect to pay around $500 for each side. You will also need the belt mouldings. The front left belt moulding part number is 51-33-8-036-657 and the front right belt moulding part number is 51-33-8-036-658. The rear left belt moulding part number is 51-37-8-036-659 and the rear right belt moulding part number is 51-37-8-036-660. The front left belt moulding by the mirror part number is 51-33-8-036-663 and the front right belt moulding by the mirror is 51-33-8-036-664.

Just out of curiosity, is your trim around your windshield (front and back) black? I saw a picture in the new car brochure of a E92 328i that had chrome trim around the windshields and I can't seem to find it in the parts etk. We also don't have any coupes in stock now so I can't check.

The mouldings are not easy to take off but not really difficult. It just takes patience and a steady hand. I'd say the hardest part is not scatching your paint.
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i did a search, and went to my dealer...he said to ask on the forums (what a lazy peice of shit)

any of you guys have the part number??

cheers
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Tell him the next time you buy a car you will ask on the forum as well. Thanks for the help.
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      01-05-2007, 04:56 PM   #6
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this is fucking rediculous....

i ordered rims, and the whole color combo of my car will be messed up if i can't get this damn shadowline trim....

is it realld this expensive??? Is it really this hard to get???

anwyas i need shadowline, are there any alternatives???

ahhhh im a mess
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Thanks justdtm, I'm gonna add those part numbers to the part number master list for the benefit of all E92 owners. Its a common request it seems...

cantcope: Have you shopped around those part numbers? Check with JD at crownauto parts, he has good prices and good access to euro parts.
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I ordered the matte black exterior window trim for my E90 335i, which I have the part #'s for, but not for the E92, unfortunately. I looked at shadowline trim (it's on the M5), but it's shiny. Getting the matte black (comes stock on 328's) to replace chrome on a 335 consists of 6 parts. It looks fantastic and you don't have to replace the pillar trim or rear view window trim, because they're already matte black. Plus, the matte black trim only costs about $300 from tischer/mile one. Up to you if you want to spend the major bucks to get shiny black (ie, shadowline). On my TiAg car, the matte looks very clean and was a great bang for the buck mod.
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      03-07-2008, 06:37 AM   #10
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is it really this expensive???
Yes. I paid around $800 for parts on my E90; and that's not counting the door pillars and side mirrors.

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Is it really this hard to get???
Shouldn't be hard to get at all. Just have your dealership order parts. It's not a factory option for NA models AFAIK.

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anwyas i need shadowline, are there any alternatives???
Yes, you can use vinyl overlays. Search around on the forums; many ppl have applied matte black vinyl with success.
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Since M3s have them as an option, I wonder what the price on the M3 part number would be.
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Since M3s have them as an option, I wonder what the price on the M3 part number would be.
they probably have the same part numbers...

ill have the complete shadowline trim on my car next week...
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Nice, I work at BMW dealership so I was thinking of ordering the shadowline trim at our cost and have it put on. But I saw the pics about the shadowline trim overlays and they look pretty good as well. But I wonder how they would look in person?
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Since M3s have them as an option, I wonder what the price on the M3 part number would be.
Good question. I saw this trim in person on an E92 M3 in person at a local dealership. It was pretty HOT looking. Damn, I need to get me some trim.
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High Gloss Shadowline Window Trim
Left Outer Weather Strip 51 33 8 036 663
Right Outer Weather Strip 51 33 8 036 664
Left Front Exterior Door Channel Cover 51 33 8 036 657
Right Front Exterior Door Channel Cover 51 33 8 036 658
Left Rear Side Window Finisher 51 37 8 036 659
Right Rear Side Window Finisher 51 37 8 036 660
Left Roof Frame Strip 51 76 8 036 661
Right Roof Frame Strip 51 76 8 036 662
Left Roof Frame Strip Piping 51 76 7 167 601
Right Roof Frame Strip Piping 51 76 7 167 602

M3 Side Mirrors
Left Mirror Assembly, Shadowline, Memory, Heated, Folding 51 16 8 044 795
Right Mirror Assembly, Shadowline, Memory, Heated, Folding 51 16 8 044 796
Left Mirror Cap 51 16 8 043 225
Right Mirror Cap 51 16 8 043 226
Set of Mirror Base Plates 51 16 8 044 800
Set of Retaining Elements 51 16 8 044 793
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yea i think it should be shadowline if its going to be black. the matte looks wrong since the strip dividing the windows on the e92 is glossy. if not for that i would just wrap in vinyl.
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I am likely going to swap the shadowline trim on my 335 coupe.

How much have dealerships or bodyshops been charging (in labor) to replace the trim with new parts?
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TRIM STRIP, SIDE FRAME, LEFT GLANZSCHWARZ 1 51137906917
TRIM STRIP, SIDE FRAME, RIGHT GLANZSCHWARZ 1 51137906918
CLIP, MOULDING, SIDE FRAME 20ea 51137117240
CHANNEL COVER,EXTERIOR,DOOR, FRONT LEFT GLANZSCHWARZ 1 51337906901
CHANNEL COVER,EXTERIOR,DOOR, FRONT RIGHT GLANZSCHWARZ 1 51337906902
OUTER WEATHERSTRIP, REAR LEFT DOOR GLANZSCHWARZ 1 09/2005 51357906903
OUTER WEATHERSTRIP, REAR RIGHT DOOR GLANZSCHWARZ 1 51357906904
FINISHER WINDOW FRAME B-PILLAR FL DOOR GLANZSCHWARZ 1 51337906907
FINISHER WINDOW FRAME B-PILLAR FR DOOR GLANZSCHWARZ 1 51337906908
FINISHER WINDOW FRAME B-PILLAR RL DOOR GLANZSCHWARZ 1 51357906909
FINISHER WINDOW FRAME B-PILLAR RR DOOR GLANZSCHWARZ 1 51357906910
WINDOW GUIDE WEB COVER LEFT 1 51357906913
WINDOW GUIDE WEB COVER RIGHT 1 51357906914
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I also have Shadowline on my e90,but after i washed the car two or three times at the carwasher( they use active foam) that contains acids i think to remove dirt, my door channel covers lost their glossy finish,now they look so bad ,i think i will paint them with simple glossy black paint,I will take some pictures later...
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Painted mine...$5-$10 and looks great. I'd never waste close to a grand for the shadowline trim. It's a rip-off.
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Painted mine...$5-$10 and looks great. I'd never waste close to a grand for the shadowline trim. It's a rip-off.
What paint did you use? Did you just mark it off with masking tape? More details please. I'm either gonna do that or vinyl it.
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I painted mine too. I'll write up a DIY on how to take the trim off.
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