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  1. Munich1

    Price please Cotswold

    Thanks Cotswold, can I also have a price for replacement fog light units please, whole units left and right. Nik
  2. Munich1

    Price please Cotswold

    Hello Cotswold, can I have prices and a lead time for the following please; Headlights 4off 63121364940, bush 4off 63121369833, joint sleeve Rear suspension - Output shaft 4off 33219067906, repair kit bellows Thanks Nik
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    Price please Cotswold

    Hello Cotswold I wish to order the following please; 1off 11531250399, o-ring 1off 11727545323, vaccum hose black, no5 on realoem page, 3.5X1.8X100MM 1off 16121180409, fuel hose 8X13MM 1off 61131363375, spiral conduit 100mm 1off 61131358330, protection cap 1off air filter element Nik
  4. Munich1

    Price please Cotswold

    Hello Cotswold Can I also have a price for an air filter element for my car please. Nik
  5. Munich1

    Price please Cotswold

    Hello Cotswold vin 0660149. Can I have individual prices for the following please. Part numbers are from realoem, if any don't apply of have been superceded by a newer part, please let me know. Crankcase-ventilation 4off 11421252343, gasket ring A8X11.5 thermostat/water hoses 1off 11531289859, hose 1off 07129952121, hose clamp 1off 11531250399, o-ring 2off 07119912360, hex bolt, m6x70mm 2off 07119913589, hex bolt, m6x25mm ----------------- Cooling system-thermostat/water hoses 2off 07119963200, gasket ring A14X18-AL, 0.24 1off 07119963130, gasket ring A12X15.5-AL, 0.30 1off 07119963201, gasket ring A14X18-CU, 0.39 1off 11531722690, gasket, 5.07 4off 07129952121, hose clamp L=47-54MM, 9.28 1off 11531276647, hose, 20.05 1off 11531266459, water hose, 18.98 ----------------------- Exhaust manifold I need a set of exhaust manifold gaskets and heat shields. I can't remember exactly but i'm sure my original heat shields bolted on to the manifold, with gaskets separate. Can you tell me what options I have please? ------------------------ Pipes of fuel injection system 1off 11727545323, vaccum hose black, no5 on realoem page, 3.5X1.8X100MM 8off 07129952104, hose clamp L12-15, 8.96 1off 13311722565, fuel hose 561MM-920MM, 32.57 1off 16121180409, fuel hose 8X13MM 1off 61131363375, spiral conduit 100mm, 6.93 1off 61131358330, protection cap, 4.69 Throttle housing assembly 1off 13541270894, gasket That's all for now, thanks
  6. Munich1

    m30b34 piano piston

    As per title, need a piston for my m30b34. Had a mishap, damaged one from my set in storage. Car is 1985 m535i Many thanks
  7. Munich1

    E28 garage sale part 2

    Hello DiggedyE28. Is carpet set oem or aftermarket please?
  8. Munich1

    Price please Cotswold

    Vin 0660149 Need individual prices and a lead time for the following please. If they're not listed or are wrong for my vehicle, can you give me the part numbers please for future ref. 1off crankshaft piston. My pistons are marked 91.7mm width. Piston only. 1off repair kit set for piston rings. One set for one new piston only. 1off full set of crankshaft bearing shells. 1off full set of connecting rod bearing shells, for all six conrods. 1off 1262273, chain tensioner upper timing case 1off 1709060, shaft seal 1off 1726727, gasket right 1off 1726729. gasket left lower timing case 1off 1726731, gasket left 1off 1726733, gasket right 1off 1715099, shaft seal oil pan 1off 1315085, gasket 1off 1277129, gasket ring engine block mounting parts 1off 1250073, gasket 1off 1252897, shim 1off 2249533, shaft seal cylinder head 1off 1312176, gasket 1of head gasket, not sure of part no cylinder head cover 1off 1730272, head cover gasket crankcase ventilation 1 set off 1252343, 4 washers total required, unsure of pack size lubrication system-oil filter 1off 9063138, oil filter 1off 1741000, o-ring 1off oil filter head gasket, unsure of part no cooling system-thermostat 1off thermostat cover, unsure of part no, 1268650 I think 1off thermostat 80°C, unsure of part no 1off thermostat o-ring, if necessary, unsure of part no 1of 9912360, hex bolt, pair 1off 9913589, hex bolt, pair cooling system-water pump 1off 9070760, refurbed water pump. 1off 1265654, gasket intake manifold 1off 1730788, set of intake manifold gaskets Many thanks
  9. Munich1

    M30B34 sump/oil pan

    Hello all Does anyone have a sump knocking about for my m30b34 e28 please? Many thanks Nik
  10. Munich1

    Removing Windscreen?

    I have seen tonybmw's thread before, completely forgot about it. Gives me an exact idea of what to expect. It looks worse than it is but I wont be tackling it myself, am on the hunt for a reputable welder somewhere near me. I keep telling myself "you're only going to do it once", til the next e28 of course. Several full days with grinder under the car removing stonechip was by far the worst part of this resto!
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    Removing Windscreen?

    Looks like i'm about to go through exactly the same repair on both sides, plus driver's footwell and a few other places. It appears several leaves of steel converge at the rear subframe mounts.
  12. The bitumen type sheet Dave, roughly 3mm thick, is stuck down on interior floor, rear seat bulkhead and parcel shelf. Nik
  13. Munich1

    Removing Windscreen?

    Good job John, good luck dealing with the rust
  14. Munich1

    Removing Windscreen?

    Unfortunately no progress shots. A before, a couple of after and one of the crate. I'd defo go fingers over screwdriver, more control and no risk of damage to screen or seal.
  15. Munich1

    Removing Windscreen?

    I've got all original BMW glass which I needed to remove in one piece prior to paint. After getting silly quotes to remove glass (£150 per screen just to remove with no guarantee it'll come out in one piece, National Windscreens) I decided i'd have a bash myself. It wasn't going to be much more to buy a replacement screen should it all go tits up. Took around 90 mins front and back, did it earlier this year. Started with a good squirt of silicone grease all around top and sides of screen between glass and seal from inside. Lift the seal a little away from glass and squirt. It then took 10 mins or so of pushing seal out from inside, having it return to its original position, repeating until seal was warm, greased and supple enough to stay out once pushed out. Once you start disturbing seal and screen, itll move back and forth slightly within the frame further encouraging the grease to spread. I began top centre for both screens, worked my way round both sides, had a helper lift each screen off bottom lip into a storage crate. It took over an hour for first screen, far less for rear once my confidence grew. I began with screwdriver but soon ditched it and went with fingers only. The screwdriver hit the screen a couple of times and scratched the rubber seal a fair bit so I went with fingers. It's much better than screwdriver but your fingers do ache a bit after. I cant remember if I took pics, will dig em out and post if I have any.