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    Anybody know if they made sill strips for the E36 saloon that read "INDIVIDUAL" on them?Want to change mine(M3 ones) and ideally looking for OEM ones that say individual on them.Seen some nice lockwood ones that say 3 series but they're not what I am looking for
     
     

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    cant say as i've ever seen them.
    "bmw" no good to you?
    wonder if you could get a printer interested? shouldnt cost the earth :s
    what i've felt,what i've known
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    after a quick browse on realoem, under individual equipment for 1993 e36 saloon theres no mention of sill strips.

    although this may suggest different
    http://www.dtmpower.net/forum/aus-cl...oor-sills.html

    either way they don't seem like a common occurrence!
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    Ian S should be able to advise because his 328 was an individual so if they do them then I would have thought he would be able to confirm this?

    That may have been a Coupe though thinking about it?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doy View Post
    after a quick browse on realoem, under individual equipment for 1993 e36 saloon theres no mention of sill strips.

    although this may suggest different
    http://www.dtmpower.net/forum/aus-cl...oor-sills.html

    either way they don't seem like a common occurrence!
    By using the part number form there I have managed to get a lot closer http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...91&fg=40&hl=14 still only says "M" but its a step in the right direction Thanks Mate
     
     

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