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  1. Two tone m5 seat dye?

    Hi In that case it could be Silverstone I have this on file and can be mixed Regards...BL
  2. Two tone m5 seat dye?

    Hi For the e34 is should be silver grey This is a colour we have on file and can mix for you. Alternatively you can send a sample to us, larger then 2x2" would be best. Codes can be L7SH,L8SH,N3SH. these are all the same colour. The variation is the body or equipment Dyes and anything else needed to renovated your leather can be purchased from our site http://www.bespokeleathering.com/leathercare/buyonline Regards...BL
  3. BMW E39 seat base cover paint

    Hi Sorry for the delay, we did not receive notification. The dyes are for leather and vinyl only. But we know they have been used on the plastic surrounds and we have also applied a light coat over the plastics to freshen them up. The dye can mark, but then so does the original covers. Ideally if you want to use the dye we would need to know the colour Contact BMW Parts department with your chassis number and they will be able to tell you the colour and also a code. Regards...BL
  4. Hi, Quite a lot of work you have listed there all which can be done. it would be best if you could e-mail the details to sales@bespokeleathering.com Ill go though each point and will first confirm everything with some questions about detail. Regards...BL
  5. Leather/vinly Scuffmaster Kits

    Hi Carl The individual who was supposed to view the forums in no longer with us. looking at the date you posted this I think you may work out why. No sure if you contacted us direct?
  6. Audi quattro sport - Leather dye kit needed

    Hi Keith Got agree there, unfortunately we have been off the boil for a few months with changing staff and no one has been picking up forum messages unbeknown to me but ultimately my fault We aim to response within 48 hours but if no response is offered please contact us direct. There will be a further downtime over the next few weeks as things are changing, but we will aim to keep the disruption to a minimum Regards...John
  7. Black scuffmaster dye

    Hi Kenny Thank you for contacting us regarding the dye, a response will be sent via PM Regards...BL
  8. My air-ride E39 540i build thread

    Air ride on the forum...cool. Agree with Duncan, the progress of a thread is interesting in itself Not sure what colour the body in now but wondered are the callipers getting a colour makeover? Second set of wheels are much better
  9. E60 msport steering wheel

    Hi sorry I was assuming you were going to contact them I've not but he's around £160? We are not on this site much at the moment as the security cert is causing issue but admin are looking at it. Regards...BL
  10. Body shop in Wolverhampton/Birmingham

    Try http://www.rehmanandsons.com/ http://www.ramusporscha.co.uk/ Both are excellent
  11. E60 msport steering wheel

    Hi Sorry for not replying I cannot get on the forum most of the time as explorer blocks the site saying its unsafe. I'm unable to do any wheel at the moment. I would recommend Jack at Royal Steering wheel though Regards...John
  12. steering wheel and gear knob

    Hi Just PM sent
  13. Swissvax leather milk

    It is coated but like all leather is wears. Tiny micro crack open up over time and its there where the condition will seep into. Only use a bit, don't go mad Nappa leather (full grain) has pores from factory with an anti scuff sort of protection. John
  14. Recommendations for Seat Refoaming

    Hi Sure, its something we can look at doing. Why do you want to change it, is the foam damaged or is the leather a little baggy You can contact me at sales@bespokeleathering.com Its just I don't get notifications and miss checking the forums some times John
  15. Hiya I've got an M62 engine and its done about 150,000 miles. Its getting a little rattle on start up ,not all the time but more often now and Im looking to sort it out. A few weeks ago I changed the cam cover gaskets as there was a slight leak and knowing they hadn't been changed thought it would cure the misfiring issue. I was right and the misfiring stopped ( little oil down spark plug ) Now if you haven seen the inside of a 150k cam cover which (not owner from new) hasn't had the best service, you can imagine the crud that's collected. The oil breather pipe was also well blocked with crud. The worst thing I could have done was to scrape out the crap from the cover as I would not have had everything to hand to get all the bit outs and could have caused a bigger issue with floating debris. so planned to do this at a later date. I've been advised that on start up, the bottom end rattle could be a lazy oil pump. the crud at the top will almost certainly be at the bottom, clogging everything up so I wouldn't be surprised if the pump is a bit clogged Taking the covers off isn't a big job and while the covers are being cleaning I was looking at taking the sump off and also having this cleaned. at this point I though, well Vanos, im sure this could do with sorting out and not fussed about working on this engine thought id tackle it (going to change water pump and bleed power steering as well) So Vanos. I've seen a few places that sell the kits...but... do you have any recommendations, links or experience in doing this. Im after a kit list, everything to over hall the vanos including seals and press tools (if required) any alignment tools for the cams also. I know its not a 5 minute job but best to tackle everything in one go. Any advise? Cheers...John