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Online source for oem parts

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I am getting a 2013 328 convertible. The wind deflector for that car is a fortune at my local dealer. Can anyone recommend an online source for the oem wind deflector? Perhaps a dealer associated with these boards that prrices these accessories more competitively?
Thank you.
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Tischer BMW, known online as getbmwparts.com. Certified BMW dealer and all parts are BMW OEM at a much cheaper price than you would usually pay at a dealer with sales tax. However, depending on how much the parts, are, how much your dealer gives for a BMW CCA discount (assuming you're a BMW CCA member), the $7.95-$14.95 shipping fee and $3.95 handling fee at Tischer might make the point moot.

Bavarian Auto and ECS Tuning are other good sources for OEM parts and accessories. All three of these companies are board sponsors.

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www.realoem.com to find the part number.
www.furiousmethod.com to find the best price.
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