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Right, nothing there. I've found one of them is likely 18x30x7, but still need the other one. The BMW brand is like $25 per, but these can be found for $2-$5 all over the internet, so gonna go that route... I can probably disassemble and measure but I'l like to not put my car out of commission for that long as I have been driving it a lot.

'74 Verona

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3 hours ago, bergie33 said:

And they were SKF, not some cheap generic brand. 

Totally! I was actually going to buy SKF of the size I mentioned above. So in the end I did anyways. Heh. Cool that RA has cheap shipping for small things like this. Only 3 bucks. Solid.

'74 Verona

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Closer than Rock Auto--I got 'em from my local Auto Zone/Advance Auto store, and they came in a few days...and are SKF, numbers 10936 and 6757.  At least two years ago they were $8.15 for both.  


And BTW, Rock Auto has all sorts of URO branded stuff--like sunroof fuzzy trim for about half what BMW wants--and it looks identical...



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