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  1. 3 points
    Just had the fuel pump fail in the 328 - thats the second time in 14 years the car has let me down - really why do our cars only do 250,000 km ? I remember the good old days when a Mini would last 30,000 before a maqjor rebuild and breakdowns were a daily event - build quality is rubbish?
  2. 3 points
    yea my e28 with 529,000km still on its std rear wheel bearings , gearbox bearings went though at 500,000km after being beaten up by the mighty M88 engine
  3. 2 points
    Found a brand new Halogen Globe today in my toolbox. If anyone wants it, just pay the postage and it's yours, or pickup is in Waitara (just out of New Plymouth) 12v 55W PK22s
  4. 2 points
    my e38 is on 308 km... still runs and pulls great everything..... just works.. bought it at 120km... have never replaced fuel pump.. major thing i had to replace though was water pump at 180 bucks along with some hoses for good measure...
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    m50 (and 325i rear subframe, zf gearbox) swapped my friends m44 e36 318is
  7. 2 points
    nothing whatsoever to any of the cars, spend the whole weekend with the grand kids, and now I am totally stuffed.
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    Try Progear in Newmarket Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. 1 point
    Auckland Cameras in Kingsland used to- will check if they are still trading tomorrow, I also have a Nikon affliction
  11. 1 point
    more bling on the doorstep. Pavlov Racing control arms are fabricated from thin wall 4130 chromoly steel. These arms are 100% TIG welded and fully argon backpurged. They are then stress relieved, heat treated, and powder coated. These arms are available in stock length +10mm and +16mm longer per side for increased track width. Standard inventory is 10mm wider track width. These arms weigh 3.8lbs, The arms use high misalignment oversized bearings which allow for increased suspension travel without bearing binding. The arms also allow for bearings to be replaced using a simple press in press out method and replacement parts are easily available. Simply pop out the snap ring and press the old bearing out and the new one in. and Front Control Arm Rear Brackets from AKG these are adjustable
  12. 1 point
    yeah looks good to me, well done #8 ) now to work on an easter edition: perhaps BMW bunny errr shagging an audi in cartoon form?
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    lost the old logo and silly me I didnt save thinking I had it .. will hassle ollie for it .. for now here is an prototype logo I did before site change over.
  15. 1 point
    Some days my bumper grille pops out, ridiculous to happen after 350,000km on the body. Considering scrapping it.
  16. 1 point
    Our 320d needs it's oil changing every other month. What a pain. You'd think we drove it a lot, or something. The Mercedes is just as bad. I may have to fit some brake pads sometime.
  17. 1 point
    I'm tired of 328i as well. It's done just over 200,000. Nobody warned me that the washer bottle required topping up every 3 months. Have an A series turbo. Suspect 30,000 mls between rebuilds will be optimistic.
  18. 1 point
    Try being a Merc owner.... they envy the Mini's reliability.
  19. 1 point
    Burn it. That interior doesnt deserve to survive.
  20. 1 point
    If it's for the E91 you have to use genuine coolant for the electric water pump (pump lubrication). There is also a special bleeding procedure that sometimes will only work when using a scanner to activate the water pump. Do not run the pump dry. The venting (bleeding) process must be carried out correctly. We would use 3 X 1.5L bottles when draining and refilling.
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    Day 5 with no internet. I have discovered CDs and actual radio. And books. I am beginning to learn things. It scares me.
  23. 1 point
    Had the same thing over a long weekend... so do what I did... Told hem if they weren't here within 24 hours then they could pick up their decoder from the skip outside my house... Bloke turned up three days later and pulled the decoder out of the skip and left!
  24. 1 point
    Made some more progress on the e21, got the bonnet fitted properly, got the heater fan sorted, changed out the coil so there are sparks, and powdercoated the rocker cover, also fitted the alternator, and discovered an oil leak in the sump gasket! Gotta love old cars.
  25. 1 point
    After spending more than a million wit BP over the last 19 years, on fuel and food. [+/_ 6500.00 a month] I finally won a $50.00 Wild bean café gift card. YAHOO it was in the mail today.
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