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WTB - Repro tii Fuel injection pipes


Crash513

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Hi everyone.  My 73 tii just split a split fuel injection pipe.  

 

I have been able to locate a set of the new style vinyl covered replacement hoses that BMW has superseded the original plastic pipes with.  But I'd like to stick with the original style bent plastics  pipes if I can.  Jaymic carries an aftermarket repro pipe set that looks and fits like the originals.  But before I spend the money to buy them and have them shipped to the US from the UK, I wanted to check and see if anyone might just have a set of these sitting around that they are willing to part with.  If anyone has a set on hand, please PM me.

 

Thanks all,

 

Crash

 

Here is the picture from the Jaymic site for reference.  

 

 

Jaymic injector pipes.jpg

'73 2002 tii Graniterot/Saddle

'17 X5 Xdrive 3.5d Mineral White/Amaro Brown

'18 328d Xdrive Sportwagon Glacier Silver/Black

 

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La Jolla Independent sold these at one time.  Give them a call.

 

Mark92131

 

WWW.BIMMERDOC.COM

At La Jolla Independent it is our philosophy to maintain each car as if it were our own. This practice has proven to be the number one reason why our customers

 

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4 hours ago, Mark92131 said:

La Jolla Independent sold these at one time.  Give them a call.

 

Mark92131

 

WWW.BIMMERDOC.COM

At La Jolla Independent it is our philosophy to maintain each car as if it were our own. This practice has proven to be the number one reason why our customers

 

 

Thank you @Mark92131   I called them and they actually do have them in stock.  Greatly appreciate the referral!

'73 2002 tii Graniterot/Saddle

'17 X5 Xdrive 3.5d Mineral White/Amaro Brown

'18 328d Xdrive Sportwagon Glacier Silver/Black

 

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16 hours ago, bergie33 said:

 

How much are they selling a set for? 

 

I was quoted $275 plus delivery. 

 

Just FYI, the quote I got from Jaymic was $287 (£232) but international shipping via FedEx would be another $84 (£67.20) bringing the total to $371.  
 

'73 2002 tii Graniterot/Saddle

'17 X5 Xdrive 3.5d Mineral White/Amaro Brown

'18 328d Xdrive Sportwagon Glacier Silver/Black

 

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