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    Alpina hub cap cover locks and covers source

    Anybody know where I can source these in the USA for a b7 2013? I had the wheels refinished and they basically broke them, forcing them back onto the wheels.

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    Or look up the 11 digit part nbr for them using one of the online part database sites like:
    1. https://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/select
    2. http://bmwfans.info/parts-catalog/
    3. https://bimmercat.com


    Once you have the correct 11 digit BMW part number...just type BMW xx xx x xxx xxx (where x=the actual part nbr) into a google/internet search box and you should get results of multiple vendors that are selling that part.


    Last edited by Qsilver7; 01-30-2020 at 04:35 PM.
    (if my grammar, spelling, or sentence structure is screwed up....don't blame me...it's my dang bluetooth keyboard...I try to catch & correct the mistakes...but I may not catch all of them.)

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    Thanks Gents.

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    Excellent idea about Googling the part number. Just keep in mind, while a dealer might be more expensive, and more/less convenient depending on location, sometimes a face to face interaction and a physical location goes a long way in case there's any problems or issues. I just say that because buying something super specific like Alpina center caps that are keyed and locked with a specific key code isn't quite the same as buying something simple like a starter or alternator.

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