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EBAY BMW TIS & ETK for $9.99 ?? Is this for Real?

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Well, I'm High Bidder for 2 days...lol I have read some previous feedback and another person who bought the same thing praised him.

There Seems to be more info than on paper manual which sells for $120

>> - Ebay offering - <<

p.s. if you bid, bid on one of the sellers other auctions for the same disk... lol


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I bought the CD's about 2 months ago - they work very well and are extremely useful. It can be difficult to get what you want out of them due to the ancient interface but it's all there :) I think I paid about $10 also ...

Let's be honest - we know they're pirate copies ... mine's from 2001 but that's okay since it's a '99 model. You might want to check if you have a more recent M5.

It's great to go to a BMW dealer for parts since you can print the exploded view and have the part details and number highlighted (including the VIN etc.). Makes things much quicker (for both parties).

I must admit I do like paper but Haynes have not done anything that would help me on my M5 (I had the same with my Porsche and bought the workshops manuals on CD for that also) and the other offerings don't cover the S62 or other M5 specifics....

Regards,

Gary.

Ocean's M5 said:
Well, I'm High Bidder for 2 days...lol I have read some previous feedback and another person who bought the same thing praised him.

There Seems to be more info than on paper manual which sells for $120

>> - Ebay offering - <<

p.s. if you bid, bid on one of the sellers other auctions for the same disk... lol


:cool:
 
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