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    Where do you guys buy OEM parts. Toronto

    Where do you guys buy OEM parts?
    I am looking for a good source , online or otherwise.
    For instance today I need to buy wiper blades, CAM position sensor, air filter, spark plugs etc...
    In the US you can buy way cheaper then at the dealer from a number of online shops. In Canada there is only bimmerspecialist.com that I know of and they do not have all the parts I need.
    please share

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    pelican parts

    Prices seem reasonable and they have a good inventory.

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    thanks,they are in Cali though, customs and stuff.

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    Re: thanks,they are in Cali though, customs and stuff.

    Most of the time it is still cheaper to get it from the States. Try Crevier BMW in Cali, they are usually the cheapest.

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    Agreed. Crevier is awesome.

    We ordered the BMW Style 99 wheels for our X5 from Crevier. BMW dealer in Canada wanted over $600 PER WHEEL. After shipping, brokerage, and customs, each wheel worked out to $275. Amazing. I've ordered mats for the M3, sun shields, and a bunch of other stuff from Crevier. Always works out much, much cheaper.




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    I've been meaning to order some stuff from them,

    just not sure how to work the customs end of it. Did you have to pay customs on the stuff you had shipped here?

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    Which sun shields? For the M3?

    Do you mean the rear window sun shield behind the rear seat headrests? Or is it for the rear side windows?

    I'd like to get sun shields, but didn't know they were available for the M3. Thanks for any info...

    Yeah, I've ordered stuff from Crevier before. I absolutely recommend it.






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    Autobraun in Edmonton...

    They do have a web site,but it doesn't show much of anything,if you're into the long distance charges,phone them at...780-448-9080,or fax at...780-448-9134.I've personally bought lots of performance parts from them,good prices and service.The only thing is that some of the parts depending on what you're looking for can take awhile...ie germany...etc.Ask for Vincent...Cheers...Icabob

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    FYI - I got refered to this one ...

    www.bimmerspecialist.com

    I hear that the website does not have everything but this guy supplies many independant shops. His prices are alright.
    I'll try him and see how it goes.

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    They are based out of quebec...

    So you get to pay more in taxes...etc.Their prices were higher than autobrauns for everything I wanted,plus not all staff was knowledgeable.

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    thanks - I will give autobrauns a try


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    Let me know what you need - Markham

    I can get almost anything that the Us online boys get. Prices do differ though. I've stuff that is about the same as the US online prices after shipping and you can get it in 24 hours, if my warehouse has it. Some are cheaper in the US if you can wait.
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    Re: Where do you guys buy OEM parts. Toronto


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    Will Z. is my source


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    Python.. they're new but have a lot

    http://www.pythonparts.ca

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    oops.. lets try doing a url properly


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    Re: Where do you guys buy OEM parts. Toronto

    I found that autohausaz.com has unreal prices. It's in Arizona, but even with duty, it's waaaaay cheaper than anywhere else I have found. If you have a buddy who lives just across the border who can send it to you, as long as it isn't a differential or a windshield, even better...

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    Re: Where do you guys buy OEM parts. Toronto

    Im from toronto guys and the best place where i go to buy parts for my 2000 bmw ci is Bimmer Guys, just ask for Ino or Albert. They have a website as well http://bimmerguys.ca

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