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  • jneumss
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    Hey folks, does anyone locally have an extra voltage regulator (Bosch 1 197 311 021) for the E30 Bosch alternator?

    Hoping to find one before the weekend.

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  • THE DUDE ABIDES
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    According to the pure truth and all knowingness of the interwebs, they are actually the same throwout bearing. With that in mind, if you could pull the measurements off of it, I would be very grateful.

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  • downforce22
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    I've got one handy but it is for an m42 which is different...

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  • THE DUDE ABIDES
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    Does anyone have a 325i/e throwout bearing handy that they could take some measurements off of for me? I need the following measurements.


    Red: distance between corners

    Blue: width of flat step

    Green: OD of ears

    Yellow: distance between flats


    It would be much appreciated. Thank you!

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  • MR E30 325is
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    Originally posted by tschultz View Post
    Not much out there, but maybe a shop in the Montrose area?
    The seller recommended Hellman Toyota/Ford in Delta.

    I'll look into the Montrose area.

    Thanks!

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  • tschultz
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    Not much out there, but maybe a shop in the Montrose area?

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  • MR E30 325is
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    Anyone have any good recommendations for a PPI in the Cedaredge/Delta area of Colorado?

    Looking to have a Toyota truck inspected.

    Thanks!
    Last edited by MR E30 325is; 07-18-2018, 06:43 AM.

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  • Nick_S
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    Originally posted by lambo View Post
    Yepp, I haven't driven my E30 in like a month. Removing the AC system (even though it didn't work at the time) was one of the dumbest things I've ever done.

    ditto. When I did my swap I ripped all of it out. I only take mine out eaaaarrrly on the weekends. Too hot after 11am.

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  • lambo
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    Originally posted by Nick_S View Post
    It's too fucking hot.
    Yepp, I haven't driven my E30 in like a month. Removing the AC system (even though it didn't work at the time) was one of the dumbest things I've ever done.

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  • Nick_S
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    It's too fucking hot.

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  • Steeler325is
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    Thanks, I will look into that

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  • Nick_S
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    Originally posted by Steeler325is View Post
    EMISSIONS QUESTION

    I registered mine at my moms in CO Springs. You could always get a PO box somewhere without them and do it there.

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  • Steeler325is
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    Just moved to Denver. Got emissions testing done on the 99 XJ daily today and passed. Still need to get my 1987 S52 swapped 325is over there at some point before registering. My main concern is we didn't install a cat when we built the exhaust. There are dash lights I need to address as well, but that's another issue. Looking for a way to get through emissions testing without adding a cat. Is this even possible. I read about some roadside tested e30's with no cats passing, but those comments in this thread were from 2012 or so. Also, since I am within a year of meeting the (32 year old) classic plate requirements, I am thinking of just letting the car sit in the garage until that time. Law states that I will still have to get an initial emissions test and then one every 5 years after that. Can anyone who has dealt with this recently shed some light on my situation. Greatly appreciated.

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  • Nick_S
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    Originally posted by Nick_S View Post
    I'm on the hunt for a good condition G240 trans. Hit me up if youve got something.
    Still this...


    Also looking for an OBD1 M50 intake manifold. Trying one last thing before I sell this car and be done with it.

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  • Gladeoffer
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    The Dude

    PM'ed. Thanks!

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