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  1. #76
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    Quote Originally Posted by ///M3Mike View Post
    I need a rear wheel bearing tool that will work on an E30 M3. I sent a PM to Taylor but never heard anything back, so I may be blacklisted.
    You have to call him. You'll never get a PM response from him.


  2. #77
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    2002 BMW Streetcarver,
    In need of a E36M RTAB removal tool.

  3. #78
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    '72 tii, '91 318i Sedan
    I need to borrow an AFR sensor or C02 sensor or wide band to tune my 72 tii.. The mixture adjustments are killing me in gas $$ and I have no way of knowing if the adjustment on my new head are even close to right :-/

    Thanks in advanced!

    email me at 20meintii02@gmail.com

    -Zac Cardinal

  4. #79
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    09 535ix Touring M-sport
    Quote Originally Posted by espguitarist View Post
    You have to call him. You'll never get a PM response from him.
    Can someone PM me his number? That damn bearing is starting to sound like a coffee grinder

  5. #80
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    '96 BMW 328ti
    Does anyone have an engine hoist? I need to borrow one for a couple of hours tomorrow (sunday). I have a new engine in the back of my car and need to put it in the garage.

    Please PM Asap if you have one, I'll buy you a beer or throw you a few bucks.

    Max

  6. #81
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    09 535ix Touring M-sport
    The joys of E30 daily driving never cease....

    I need to borrow a coolant system pressure tester if anyone has one.

  7. #82
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    Many Broken Ones
    SRS and CEL tools will be in duluth today.
    460whp/515wtq wifes MMW tuned 335i

  8. #83
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    1999 M3
    Transmission detent tools to fix 5th gear lean
    Joe

  9. #84
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    1999 M3 and 1990 Jetta G
    I'd love to do that fix
    TRM Coilovers 670F/895R | BBS LM | Corsa RSC36

  10. #85
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    Quote Originally Posted by propcar View Post
    I'd love to do that fix
    I just ordered the parts I will need to do it. The detent tools are really hard to find considering they aren't really for sale to the public. My understanding is that actually doing the fix itself isn't that hard though.
    Joe

  11. #86
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    yeah, I don't think I could tackle that on my own without someone holding my hand through the job. I have a UUC SSK that I haven't been able to put in my car and it's been like over 6 months since I bought it
    TRM Coilovers 670F/895R | BBS LM | Corsa RSC36

  12. #87
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    The 5th gear fix is fun. The detent tools arent really necessary. Whatd be nice is a tool to pull the old bushing out. Thatd be nice. driving them back in is the easy part.
    460whp/515wtq wifes MMW tuned 335i

  13. #88
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    It's not a "tool," per se...but figured I'd put it here anyway: Does anyone in the area have a lift or anything I can rent? :P I need to get under my car for a good bit of TLC (ATF drain/fill & filter, differential fluid, fuel filter, coolant flush, etc.). I'm not 100% comfortable with jack stands, especially since I don't have a garage to make sure some asshat doesn't come steamrolling through the parking lot while I'm under the car. I guess I'd be more comfortable with someone else around if I was to do the jack stand business.

    I've got all the tools n' know-how, just need to the get car up in the air for a couple hours. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks!

    p.s. Bummed I missed out on the meet last week. Will definitely make the next one.

    p.p.s. Anywhere within an hour or so of Atlanta proper is fine by me. I actually drove all the way to Myrtle Beach to use a friend's lift this past weekend, but things didn't work out so well. I guess earning a living trumps friends bumming off ya No worries, though, got a good bit of top-side stuff done, and the drive was fun as hell
    Last edited by PsychoCemia; 05-17-2010 at 08:50 AM.

  14. #89
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    I'm with Psycho... I could use a lift to change my transmission/diff fluid as well as my tranny/engine mounts. And I also have a UUC SSK ready to go in that I've had for like 6 months sitting there
    TRM Coilovers 670F/895R | BBS LM | Corsa RSC36

  15. #90
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    Haha...maybe we can grease the palms of a tech over at a Jiffy Lube or something to use an empty bay

    But from some experience at being under the ramps at one of my friends' jobs, there's usually some scary stuff down there on the walls

  16. #91
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    Franklin, NC
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    1993 325is
    I have vanos tools for rent that require a deposit through paypal and a refund once the tools are returned... PM me

  17. #92
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    2000 bmw 740il

    camshaft lockinh tool

    Quote Originally Posted by eugenem3 View Post
    Anyone have camshaft locking/positioning tool I can borrow? for 6 cyll, and 8 cyll.Please let me know ASAP.
    hi dear
    I m looking for camshaft locking tool for m62.
    do you know how can i borrow one or who willing to rent it?
    Thank you in advance for your time.

  18. #93
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    E46
    Anyone have an RTAB tool for rent or borrow?

    Wheels in Sig are SSR GT3's 19" E46 M3 fitment. Dinan E46 M3 Suspension. Pic thanks to Kyle K.

  19. #94
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    525iT,GLK350,RX7
    looking for a pressure bleeder around alpharetta OR if someone is willing to come help out, that would be awesome as well. i'd ask the wife to help but one of us needs to keep an eye on the 1 year old. thanks.

  20. #95
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    Quote Originally Posted by craaaazzy View Post
    looking for a pressure bleeder around alpharetta OR if someone is willing to come help out, that would be awesome as well. i'd ask the wife to help but one of us needs to keep an eye on the 1 year old. thanks.
    Have.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ali View Post
    Anyone have an RTAB tool for rent or borrow?
    Have.
    Quote Originally Posted by PsychoCemia View Post
    It's not a "tool," per se...but figured I'd put it here anyway: Does anyone in the area have a lift or anything I can rent? :P I need to get under my car for a good bit of TLC (ATF drain/fill & filter, differential fluid, fuel filter, coolant flush, etc.). I'm not 100% comfortable with jack stands, especially since I don't have a garage to make sure some asshat doesn't come steamrolling through the parking lot while I'm under the car. I guess I'd be more comfortable with someone else around if I was to do the jack stand business.

    I've got all the tools n' know-how, just need to the get car up in the air for a couple hours. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks!

    p.s. Bummed I missed out on the meet last week. Will definitely make the next one.

    p.p.s. Anywhere within an hour or so of Atlanta proper is fine by me. I actually drove all the way to Myrtle Beach to use a friend's lift this past weekend, but things didn't work out so well. I guess earning a living trumps friends bumming off ya No worries, though, got a good bit of top-side stuff done, and the drive was fun as hell
    I have a hoist up here. Im up the road in SC.
    460whp/515wtq wifes MMW tuned 335i

  21. #96
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    Anyone have and SRS reset tool for an E36 on the Northside?

    Thanks!

  22. #97
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    460whp/515wtq wifes MMW tuned 335i

  23. #98
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    '98 E38 740IL, '01 740i
    if anybody has a code scanner and is close to marietta and be willing to either read or rent out hot me up.

    BTW car is a 98 E38
    TRPCHGE - '01 740i Black/Black 230k'ish - Power folding mirrors, Mk.IV Nav, 16:9, M-pars, Sport seats, Sport wheel, Steptronic, Euro rear fog switch, 2.50" X-Pipe, Shadowline, E53 4.6is Cluster, Lacewood interior, Chromeline, 3.15

    BSKCASE - '98 740il Arctic Silver/Black 175k'ish - Face-lifted, 3" Projectors, Shadowline, 01 Tails, Hydro Trunk, Sunshades, 750il Full interior retrofit, Sport Seats, Steptronic, Face-lift Steering Column, X5 Steering wheel, E53 4.6is Cluster, Euro E66 Piano black/Chrome Grab-handles, Chromeline, Suede Pillars/Headliner, Auto wipers/Lights, Lighted Handles interior/Exterior, Dual battery retrofit.

    WIP: Custom Style 42 18x9.5" ET12, 18x10.5" ET8, Coilovers, 3.15 LSD Rear diff.

  24. #99
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabreslight View Post
    if anybody has a code scanner and is close to marietta and be willing to either read or rent out hot me up.

    BTW car is a 98 E38
    I have one. . .but wont be back in town until next weekend.

  25. #100
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    '98 E38 740IL, '01 740i
    Quote Originally Posted by 2kredz3 View Post
    I have one. . .but wont be back in town until next weekend.
    That's cool, I start a new job Monday and have a ride all week so, so next weekend would be fine. I guess just send me a PM when you get back if that's alright.
    TRPCHGE - '01 740i Black/Black 230k'ish - Power folding mirrors, Mk.IV Nav, 16:9, M-pars, Sport seats, Sport wheel, Steptronic, Euro rear fog switch, 2.50" X-Pipe, Shadowline, E53 4.6is Cluster, Lacewood interior, Chromeline, 3.15

    BSKCASE - '98 740il Arctic Silver/Black 175k'ish - Face-lifted, 3" Projectors, Shadowline, 01 Tails, Hydro Trunk, Sunshades, 750il Full interior retrofit, Sport Seats, Steptronic, Face-lift Steering Column, X5 Steering wheel, E53 4.6is Cluster, Euro E66 Piano black/Chrome Grab-handles, Chromeline, Suede Pillars/Headliner, Auto wipers/Lights, Lighted Handles interior/Exterior, Dual battery retrofit.

    WIP: Custom Style 42 18x9.5" ET12, 18x10.5" ET8, Coilovers, 3.15 LSD Rear diff.

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