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Old 04-09-2010, 07:26 AM   #1
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Default need door handle seal # and trunk seal under glass part #

i need the part numbers for the door handle seal and the seal under th back glass and the 2 outter doorseals.
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Old 04-12-2010, 06:55 AM   #2
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does anyone know where can i buy them from ????
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Old 04-12-2010, 11:58 AM   #3
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c'mon man, realoem.com for part numbers, pelicanparts.com or getbmwparts.com for parts
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Old 04-14-2010, 06:42 AM   #4
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ive been searching and they have no diagrams. or it wont load for me ..
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Lucky for you, I happened to stumble upon this earlier today.
Left - 51-21-8-122-441
Right - 51-21-8-122-442

I don't know if that's just the cover, or if it includes the seal also. If you order them, please report back on that.
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I am fairly sure BMW doesn't sell that door handle seal seperately. Someone, somewhere in S.E. Asia sells an aftermarket seal set on eBay. I've seen a lot of bimmerforums posts about buying from him.

I ended up carefully using black silicone. It's unoticeable from more than a few feet away and seals far better than the rubber piece will.
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silicone huh . sounds like it might work ... but where is that ebay link ??? i caint find it.?
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Yeah, the silicone isn't the prettiest solution, but my car is basically a utility vehicle now. It's effective.

Here's the seller. It's Malaysia; knew it was somewhere in that part of the world. $6.50 shipped! That's cheaper than I remember they were a number of years ago. Being that cheap, I'd just buy the seals I suppose.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/BMW-E...item518cbb2910
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just ordered .. thanks now i ned a trunk seal and the 2 door seals ..
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From that E-bay page...
"These rubbers are not produced by BMW. If you do order from BMW, it comes with the door handle and will cost you even more. "
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well that seems easy . just find a metal rod . push it , out comes the handle. replace seal . put handle in place . push rod back . and bam new seals .
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just ordered .. thanks now i ned a trunk seal and the 2 door seals ..
Have you installed the seals yet? How did they fit?
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I ordered a set from the guy in Malaysia, they fit and look great. It is a super easy install too.
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im wainting to paint my car then install them . is there a easy way to install them or no?
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