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· The Canadian Prick.
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They're called the B pillars. What colour do you need? THere are several guys here with parts cars. You may get lucky. (If you play your cards right, else you may only get the parts you need...)

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I really doubt a wrecker around here will have the parts, not many bmw's around here.
do you know what members might have the parts. the interior is tan, but it is black seats so black would work to(if they even made black ones)
 

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Well then, I'd send pm's to the following people (in no particular order) CJ (cj.surr) Matt (FenderBender), Chad Jr (drive by72), Chip (miles trail), Dino (Dino1394) and Frank (Mr Gusta).

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Tell 'em whether it's a coupe or sedan and that you need tan B pillars.
 

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Well then, I'd send pm's to the following people (in no particular order) CJ (cj.surr) Matt (FenderBender), Chad Jr (drive by72), Chip (miles trail), Dino (Dino1394) and Frank (Mr Gusta).

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Tell 'em whether it's a coupe or sedan and that you need tan B pillars.
thanks for the help. one problem tho, it says miles trail doesnt exist. and drive by72 doesnt have room in there inbox. but I was able to send one to cj.surr, fenderbender, dino1394, and Mr Gusta.
 

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75% of my interior is literally destroyed from the previous owner so I've decided to make my dd into a future track car... By taking out all the sound deadening and all that other useless stuff.
oh, sounds like a fun project. when you get them out just reply to this thread or pm me the price and we'll go from there.

I got your message, sorry I don't have any of them!
ok thats fine, thanks for replying to me tho. lol
 

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15mm socket, short extension and a ratchet wrench. Pop the covers off the front nuts and do them first, then run the seat all the way forward and take the rear nuts off. Make sure you have the battery disconnected before you unplug anything underneath the seat. The seat occupancy sensor will throw a SRS error light you can't get rid of without a Peake SRS reset scan tool or a trip to the dealer if you don't.
 
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