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    Hi all,

    Sorry for the posts about bits and bobs, but ive had a tax rebate and getting a bit extra from work next month and looks like im going to spend it .


    Ive been looking at fitting E46 M3 mirrors for agaes and was wondering if anyone has done it or if it can be done. I can only find origional M3 mirrors and there hard to find, and obviously fit an M3 where as there are loads of E36 ones about for the M3 and for anything else . But I dont want these for that reason, they have been ruined by the saxo crowd, and I think the E46 ones are better looking IMO.

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    Some reading material to help with your search Dan ...LINK
     
     

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    Thanks Neal

    Actually I take that back im completely confused!

    Seems more complicated than I'm comfortable with, hmmm..
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    Saw some on ebay, not genuine though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NealP View Post
    Some reading material to help with your search Dan ...LINK
    thats THE most complicated guide i've ever seen!! surely that guys either a time served auto electrician or a maniac to take on that job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by baderlfc View Post
    thats THE most complicated guide i've ever seen!! surely that guys either a time served auto electrician or a maniac to take on that job!
    Well, you have to go complicated if there is no coding involved . Have to agree though...6 hrs is a little over the top . And yes, Paris has done a few involved guides before and he is a really nice chap to know.
     
     

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    jesus that is one detailed retrofit guide but i take my hat off to him.

    guys like that help us.BIG THANKS KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.
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