on line parts - any referrals

hi can anyone recommend web sites for low cost bmw parts.

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Well, here in the US it's Bavarian Auto: http://www.bavauto.com/shop.asp , Bimmerworld: http://www.bimmerworld.com/onlinestoreframe.html , and RealOem: http://www.realoem.com/bmw /.
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wrote

Also www.autohausaz.com
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Kyle and Lori Greene wrote:

Yeah. I like them too
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Floyd Rogers wrote:

Actually, the cheapest WorldPak site (same parts as bimmerworld, etc.) is usually http://www.sasponline.com /
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snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com says...

US, many (most?) dealership parts departments will give some discount to BMW Car Club members. The discount can vary depending on whether the dealership is the sponsoring dealership of the BMW Car Club chapter that you belong to, but it's usually at least 10%, sometimes as high as 15 or 20%.
In Bimmer Magazine and Roundel, there are usually ads for various [US- based] parts places that advertise 10-20% off too but whenever I've tried to call them or go to their web sites, it's worse than completing a tax return and the S&H can make it a wash anyway.
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