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  1. Hi, would you sell one of those four Klippan metal pieces? Don't need any of the belts or clips, just the metal piece that mounts over the transmission hump. Thanks- Richard Tried to PM you, but no luck.
  2. There are also these: http://www.tuning-shop.co.uk/e114-1966-1977/8-for-bmw-e114-1502-1602-2002-aluminium-gauge-dial-rings-surrounds-kit.html?search_query=Bmw+2002&results=30 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Thank you. So as a short term fix I can just plug the line altogether? That seems to be what was done before, and would have stayed that way undetected by me, except that it started to leak. It seemed a really odd place for a fuel leak. Any suggestions on finding some guidance on in stalling a proper fuel pressure regulator and overflow return?
  4. Hey all. Apologies for what is likely a silly question but I'm still trying to sort out what was done to me my car before I got it. Many strange choices. I read various threads on this subject but failed to answer the simplest questions. There is a fuel line that runs from the top of the tank out and all the way to the front drivers side where it is clumsily plugged - and now leaking gas on occasion. My questions are two: If the line is for venting fumes, why is it plugged? Should it be? Assuming I need to address the situation - cause gas leaks are a bad idea - how/where should this line ideally be connected? Should I just re-plug it more effectively or un-plug it and send it elsewhere? Thanks.
  5. Beautiful. I have some on order from Paul. Can't wait.
  6. My beloved 2002 is on eBay. Its very sad, but would love to sell it to an enthusiast. The car is a great daily driver. New paint, new interior, tons of upgrades. All the work has been done by Jack Fahuna at JFPro BMW. If you buy it from the listing on this Forum I will throw in the Ireland Engineering airdam that I never installed. Plus a bunch of other random parts. Car is in Los Angeles and has always been in either Texas or California. Try this link but if not it is item # 330332052331 http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Stunning-Clean-SoCal-Car-w-No-Rust-Tons-of-Upgrades_W0QQitemZ330332052331QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUS_Cars_Trucks?hash=item4ce9531b6b&_trksid=p4506.c0.m245&_trkparms=72%3A317|65%3A12|39%3A1|240%3A1308[/b]
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