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    Craig in Canada, question for you.

    I'm about to head to HF in next few days. I'll be buying one more extra #99849 ball joint separator. I got 2 20% coupons. If you're interested, I can buy one extra and ship it to you. I've never shipped anything to Canada so I don't know the cost and if there are any customs fees.
    I'll be going to my post office soon anyway and I could check the actual shipping cost first. Let me know as I got impression that you wanted one. Obviously, I'd send you the actual receipt and shipping cost info and you could pay me back through PayPal.




    1998 BMW 540i 6 speed
    Arctic silver, M sport suspension (euro delivery), prod. date 05/98, non VANOS
    Staggered 18" style 32 OEM wheels
    3.15 open differential
    Remus exhaust
    AFE CAI with improved heat shield
    Z3 shifter
    VDO oil pressure and temperature gauges in place of headlight/fog switches
    Powder coated valve covers-satin black
    CDV delete
    Debadged
    AEA DRL module (aftermarket daytime running lights)

    1997 BMW 528iA
    Alpine white, premium package, prod. date 04/97, single VANOS
    Staggered 17" style 32 OEM wheels
    Debadged
    AEA DRL module
    Custom made sun blinds for rear seating area

    2000 Nissan Frontier Desert Runner, AKA "The Work Horse"

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    Direct Lift Pro Park 8
    Campbell Hausfeld 28 gallon oil lubricated air compressor
    Newair ACP-1400H portable air conditioner and heater
    Auto Enginuity scan tool with BMW enhanced option
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    Re: Craig in Canada, question for you.

    Sounds cool to me!

    You could have to ship USPS (US Postal Service). If it's declared and insured for less than $19.99 it comes through with no extra fees. If it's declared or insured for $20 or more I have to pay $5 in brokerage and 13% tax. If you're lucky they'll sometimes waive packages near the limit, but you just don't know.

    $19.99 - 20% sounds like less than $19.99 value to me :)

    Using something cheap like a bubble mailer (if that will protect OK) shipping should be $5-$7 I might guess (?)


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    Re: Craig in Canada, question for you.

    No problem. It might be few days, but I'll let you know when I get it. Send me your shipping address to: [email protected]

    P.S. As you probably know, tool claims to be forged and it looks well made, but I still broke 2. The secret is tightening it very slowly and in stages and keeping bolt well lubed.



    1998 BMW 540i 6 speed
    Arctic silver, M sport suspension (euro delivery), prod. date 05/98, non VANOS
    Staggered 18" style 32 OEM wheels
    3.15 open differential
    Remus exhaust
    AFE CAI with improved heat shield
    Z3 shifter
    VDO oil pressure and temperature gauges in place of headlight/fog switches
    Powder coated valve covers-satin black
    CDV delete
    Debadged
    AEA DRL module (aftermarket daytime running lights)

    1997 BMW 528iA
    Alpine white, premium package, prod. date 04/97, single VANOS
    Staggered 17" style 32 OEM wheels
    Debadged
    AEA DRL module
    Custom made sun blinds for rear seating area

    2000 Nissan Frontier Desert Runner, AKA "The Work Horse"

    Garage aids:
    Direct Lift Pro Park 8
    Campbell Hausfeld 28 gallon oil lubricated air compressor
    Newair ACP-1400H portable air conditioner and heater
    Auto Enginuity scan tool with BMW enhanced option
    Actron 9135 scan tool-for quick readouts



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    damn, my bacon is achin;... :-(...an HF run.......


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    Re: damn, my bacon is achin;... :-(...an HF run.......

    Euro, you'll have to translate that for me. Are you saying to stay away from HF. I agree it's you get what you pay for, but in this case, it does get the job done.



    1998 BMW 540i 6 speed
    Arctic silver, M sport suspension (euro delivery), prod. date 05/98, non VANOS
    Staggered 18" style 32 OEM wheels
    3.15 open differential
    Remus exhaust
    AFE CAI with improved heat shield
    Z3 shifter
    VDO oil pressure and temperature gauges in place of headlight/fog switches
    Powder coated valve covers-satin black
    CDV delete
    Debadged
    AEA DRL module (aftermarket daytime running lights)

    1997 BMW 528iA
    Alpine white, premium package, prod. date 04/97, single VANOS
    Staggered 17" style 32 OEM wheels
    Debadged
    AEA DRL module
    Custom made sun blinds for rear seating area

    2000 Nissan Frontier Desert Runner, AKA "The Work Horse"

    Garage aids:
    Direct Lift Pro Park 8
    Campbell Hausfeld 28 gallon oil lubricated air compressor
    Newair ACP-1400H portable air conditioner and heater
    Auto Enginuity scan tool with BMW enhanced option
    Actron 9135 scan tool-for quick readouts



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    Re: damn, my bacon is achin;... :-(...an HF run.......

    BMW540san,

    No, no, just the opposite. I've been the biggest proponent of HFT on here for like 6 or more years now. Every time I hear someone is making a "HFT run," my heart aches, as well as the money I know I would be saving when I go there,

    Have fun, and buy a wrench or tool in honor of my Euro-landlocked butt!

    Eurodavid

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    Re: damn, my bacon is achin;... :-(...an HF run.......

    Sorry I even questioned you. I've seen enough of your posts to believe you that. I just wanted to help out Craig this way just to show appreciation for his contribution to this forum.
    Same goes for you and some other members here. If I have time, which thanks to my precious 11 month old daughter is very limited, I'd do same for you.



    1998 BMW 540i 6 speed
    Arctic silver, M sport suspension (euro delivery), prod. date 05/98, non VANOS
    Staggered 18" style 32 OEM wheels
    3.15 open differential
    Remus exhaust
    AFE CAI with improved heat shield
    Z3 shifter
    VDO oil pressure and temperature gauges in place of headlight/fog switches
    Powder coated valve covers-satin black
    CDV delete
    Debadged
    AEA DRL module (aftermarket daytime running lights)

    1997 BMW 528iA
    Alpine white, premium package, prod. date 04/97, single VANOS
    Staggered 17" style 32 OEM wheels
    Debadged
    AEA DRL module
    Custom made sun blinds for rear seating area

    2000 Nissan Frontier Desert Runner, AKA "The Work Horse"

    Garage aids:
    Direct Lift Pro Park 8
    Campbell Hausfeld 28 gallon oil lubricated air compressor
    Newair ACP-1400H portable air conditioner and heater
    Auto Enginuity scan tool with BMW enhanced option
    Actron 9135 scan tool-for quick readouts



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