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Since there is a big wagon population on this board I was hoping someone knew the following part numbers:

Front,side,rear OEM European clear indicators of a 2002 325iT.

Front and side should be the same as the 2002 sedan. Rear is unique to the wagon, looks like coupe clears.

thanks
Jeff
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Tyr this site......

Try this site, I picked up front and side clears for an 02 Sedan for $114 with shipping. They can probably give you an answer for the rears too.....

http://www.kingwoodcable.com/cy_clone/bmw/clears/clear_DIY.html
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From what I've seen, they didn't change the rears from 01 for production, though early BMW pics showed wagons with sedan-style revised lights.

Since there aren't very many wagons, and they use bespoke lights, the rears alone cost as much as all 6 for a sedan or coupe. Needless to say I only got the fronts and sidemarkers and did something else with the back.
Aldo thanks for the link.


Kaz

What do you mean you by

"did something else with the back"

got some pics?

thanks
Jeff
Aldo,

Was the $114 through maxmillian?

thx
Jeff


Its a red paint from Japan that actually looks really good, unlike most of what the r1cers use.

People always ask me if I have a 5er. Even fooled Emission. :D
very nice, it does look like a 5 series wagon taillights. You got a How-to on it?

What color does it flash, red?

Jeff
Kaz said:


Its a red paint from Japan that actually looks really good, unlike most of what the r1cers use.

People always ask me if I have a 5er. Even fooled Emission. :D
How to?? Take out the light, mask it, spray it, let it dry, put it back in.

The blinking looks identical to the stock red parts, as if you look closely the stock lens is built with amber as the base and a red lens over it for the red parts.
Kaz,

I guess I need to go home and take a look myself:)


thx
jeff
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