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Old 08-08-2003, 02:02 PM   #1
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exhaust components for E36

- Mid pipe mounting bracket (U clamp and rubber support). Mine rusted to crap and fell off.

- Mid pipe exhaust heat shield.

This is for an '94 E36 318i. Used or new.

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Old 08-08-2003, 04:20 PM   #2
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Re: exhaust components for E36

The bracket is really cheap from the dealer.

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- Mid pipe mounting bracket (U clamp and rubber support). Mine rusted to crap and fell off.

- Mid pipe exhaust heat shield.

This is for an '94 E36 318i. Used or new.

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Old 08-09-2003, 02:17 AM   #3
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Re: Re: exhaust components for E36

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The bracket is really cheap from the dealer.
Thanks Serge, I was told it was really expensive. How cheap is really cheap?

Do you think I could go to Home Depot, pick up so aluminum sheets and make my own heat shield?

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Re: Re: Re: exhaust components for E36

OKie,

Let's clarify a couple of things:

Which bracket are you talking about? The one at the transmission or the one by the rear door?

The one at the tranny is either 12 or 25 bucks I can't remember for sure. When in doubt call Audley at Maranello.

Now the shield. Which one? There are heat shields everywhere on your cars.

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Thanks Serge, I was told it was really expensive. How cheap is really cheap?

Do you think I could go to Home Depot, pick up so aluminum sheets and make my own heat shield?

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Re: Re: Re: Re: exhaust components for E36

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OKie,

Let's clarify a couple of things:

Which bracket are you talking about? The one at the transmission or the one by the rear door?

The one at the tranny is either 12 or 25 bucks I can't remember for sure. When in doubt call Audley at Maranello.

Now the shield. Which one? There are heat shields everywhere on your cars.

SL
The bracket near the tranny.

I'm missing the heat shield which has the exhaust exposed to the driveshaft which is a pretty damn good reason why I need it there. I have the one right after the muffler, then there is one missing after that one.

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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: exhaust components for E36

๔he tranny bracket is cheap. I just replaced mine 2 months ago. I have no clue about the heat shields, since I think I have something a bit different on my car.

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The bracket near the tranny.

I'm missing the heat shield which has the exhaust exposed to the driveshaft which is a pretty damn good reason why I need it there. I have the one right after the muffler, then there is one missing after that one.

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