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      03-27-2013, 08:35 PM   #881
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speaking of the devil, just got it




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      03-28-2013, 01:45 AM   #882
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My car goes in monday for routine maintenance. Which cars are effected and for what problem?
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      03-28-2013, 01:50 AM   #883
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My car goes in monday for routine maintenance. Which cars are effected and for what problem?
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      03-28-2013, 06:49 PM   #884
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Thanks Jackson! My brakes are squeeking too...hopefully they'll take care of everything in one day.
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Squeeking brakes? Damn those things, mine do it to and drives me nuts. what's the fix for the breaks? Nothing worse than pulling up in your supposed luxuy car with the breaks squeeking like hell.
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Squeeking brakes? Damn those things, mine do it to and drives me nuts. what's the fix for the breaks? Nothing worse than pulling up in your supposed luxuy car with the breaks squeeking like hell.
The fix for mine is to make the SA get them changed earlier than when my car says they need to be changed.
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      03-28-2013, 09:06 PM   #887
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Sorry to hear about the experience.. Some people really need to learn how to respect other's property. As for some quality shops:
  • Philip Thearle's Autowerks
  • All American Paint & Body
  • Torrey Pines Collision Center
  • West Coast Specialties
  • Chapparone Auto Body & Painting
Just got my car back from Philip Thearle's; its in perfect condition now. Somehow they got the dents out of the trunk, roof, and hood all with paintless dent removal. Pretty impressive.
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Thanks Jackson! My brakes are squeeking too...hopefully they'll take care of everything in one day.
np!

if you are talking about parking lot speed brake squeak, it is most likely from the brake sensor.... it never goes away...
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Just got my car back from Philip Thearle's; its in perfect condition now. Somehow they got the dents out of the trunk, roof, and hood all with paintless dent removal. Pretty impressive.
Awesome! Glad to hear about the positive experience!
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Anyone recommend a place for a smog check? I'm all stock. And the brake squeaks never stop for me either.
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Anyone recommend a place for a smog check? I'm all stock. And the brake squeaks never stop for me either.
If you are all stock, go to the cheapest place possible.
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If you are all stock, go to the cheapest place possible.
I know. Just wondering if you guys would know where
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Pick up a copy of the San Diego Reader and choose a place with a $29 coupon.
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Pick up a copy of the San Diego Reader and choose a place with a $29 coupon.
The SD Reader it is. TY.
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Who's got the tire hookup? I need a pair of 285/30/19's to stop the rubbing I'm getting. Fender roll didn't help the situation much (have 295/30's now), so I'm thinking that dropping down a size will.

I love the flush look I have now, but it's going to tear up my tires in short order.
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Jackson just did the alpina flash for me. Wow, what a difference. Socal people should definitely hit him up.

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Who's got the tire hookup? I need a pair of 285/30/19's to stop the rubbing I'm getting. Fender roll didn't help the situation much (have 295/30's now), so I'm thinking that dropping down a size will.

I love the flush look I have now, but it's going to tear up my tires in short order.
damn that is close...
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Jackson just did the alpina flash for me. Wow, what a difference. Socal people should definitely hit him up.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=823521

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Who's got the tire hookup? I need a pair of 285/30/19's to stop the rubbing I'm getting. Fender roll didn't help the situation much (have 295/30's now), so I'm thinking that dropping down a size will.

I love the flush look I have now, but it's going to tear up my tires in short order.
add more negative camber and less toe-in.
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Who's got the tire hookup? I need a pair of 285/30/19's to stop the rubbing I'm getting. Fender roll didn't help the situation much (have 295/30's now), so I'm thinking that dropping down a size will.

I love the flush look I have now, but it's going to tear up my tires in short order.
Just buy my 2 PSSs (255/35/19) for $175. This way you're on your way from flush to hella frush!!
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Just buy my 2 PSSs (255/35/19) for $175. This way you're on your way from flush to hella frush!!
I'm already herra frush....I'm gonna be shrinking back from that, otherwise I'm gonna blow a damn tire....lol.

As far as camber and toe-in, won't that just wear the tires more quickly, too?

Kasé Zomé, you coming tomorrow night?
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Got my car back after 2 days @ Encinitas BMW. I had a loaner..328i...:

Everything was covered by my extended maintenance package...no more squeeky brakes idling through the parking lot
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