15th August 2012, 22:54
Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: New York
Carbon Black E39 M5
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Rear caliper rebuild kit and ABS brake hoses
I have a pair of rear caliper rebuild kits (dust boot, piston seal, etc.) for OE brakes and two short brake hoses that connect the hardlines going into the ABS module under the hood (these are the only other flexible brake hoses aside from the 4 connecting the calipers). These came as part of my order with BMW Lincoln, which oddly enough I did not order.
I know Mitchell does tons of business for M5 guys so I don't blame him messing up the order. Before I contact him to return these, just thought I'd throw them out here if anyone happen to need them. Price is whatever I paid. You can look up BMW Lincoln's website and shoot me a price, they're in unopened bags from BMW. The idea being I'm not looking to lose money here, just providing a little convenience. If no one bothers with this thread in next 3 days, I'll call them up to return these.
EDIT: Nevermind, they actually charged me $95, guess it's going straight back on the UPS truck. Thread closed.
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Last edited by bimmerule; 16th August 2012 at 08:57.