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    Hey guys, I went to change my wheels today, and noticed that the little rounds covers in the sill skirts are plain/bank. There is supposed to be a straight slot for a flat head screwdriver to remove right. Well mine are smooth!?!?!

    Has anyone else got smoothed caps?
     
     

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    nah mine have the slot in them.
     
     

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    m3 side skirts do have these on them and most body kits also do, you just pull them off and the jacking piont is behind them, you may need a small screw driver to remove them though, so mind the paint work

    hope this helps Cheers
     
     

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    But my skirts are the stndard BMW ones, not the M3 or aftermarket ones. Hmm, I'll have to look for some slotted caps then.
     
     

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    are the skirts body coloured plastic or do they have a lumpy surface to them (stone chip guard)?

    wouldnt a 323se have plastic skirts but non m3 type (sport?)
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by 318i View Post
    are the skirts body coloured plastic or do they have a lumpy surface to them (stone chip guard)?

    wouldnt a 323se have plastic skirts but non m3 type (sport?)
    Yep, a '97 323 would have the standard plastic skirts....
     
     

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