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  • FS: NEW BMW 3.46 LSD (Limited Slip Differential) - M3

    Please see the following eBay listing:

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...MESE:IT&ih=018



    Cheers, Daniel.
    - 1987 M3 (e30)
    -- BeastPower Motorsports: www.beastpower.com
    - -Eisenmann Exhaust Systems: www.eisenmann.us

  • #2
    what about the damage?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by UK215M3 View Post
      what about the damage?
      There is no damage whatsoever. It is new.

      Cheers, Daniel.
      - 1987 M3 (e30)
      -- BeastPower Motorsports: www.beastpower.com
      - -Eisenmann Exhaust Systems: www.eisenmann.us

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      • #4
        What the heck is this???




        Looks like damage to me.

        Obviously it was dropped on its nose, and the customer would have to take apart their current diff to replace that bent input flange.
        Last edited by Mr Deagle; 08-08-2008, 03:28 AM.

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        • #5
          All that money for the diff, and NO rear cover??
          -AJ

          -'88 Henna Red-

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Mr Deagle View Post
            What the heck is this???

            Looks like damage to me.

            Obviously it was dropped on its nose, and the customer would have to take apart their current diff to replace that bent input flange.
            That is just surface rust, nothing is bent. This was new from the manufacturer from about 4 months ago. It was never installed and is brand new.

            Cheers, Daniel.


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            Originally posted by Low Level View Post
            All that money for the diff, and NO rear cover??
            That is actually not a lot of money. The asking price is over $500 less than what this costs new. Rear covers are an optional extra from the diff builder (or from youa local BMW dealer). Please check market pricing, and you will see that this is a stunningly good deal!

            Cheers, Daniel.
            Last edited by BeastPower; 08-08-2008, 07:03 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
            - 1987 M3 (e30)
            -- BeastPower Motorsports: www.beastpower.com
            - -Eisenmann Exhaust Systems: www.eisenmann.us

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            • #7
              Yeah but why would it have surface rust if it's a new rebuilt with tons of paint on it.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by 2pur2ride View Post
                Yeah but why would it have surface rust if it's a new rebuilt with tons of paint on it.
                The flange is just the connecting point, and not the area that is heavily painted, such as the casing itself, so this is likely why the paint has flaked. We have a very strong 5 year reputation in the BMW aftermarket, and would not sell something that was not 100% as advertised.

                Cheers, Daniel.
                - 1987 M3 (e30)
                -- BeastPower Motorsports: www.beastpower.com
                - -Eisenmann Exhaust Systems: www.eisenmann.us

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                • #9
                  Bump for a great seller !! i have never had any problems with the stuff Daniel sells.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by CG Motorsports View Post
                    Bump for a great seller !! i have never had any problems with the stuff Daniel sells.
                    Thanks.

                    Cheers, Daniel.
                    - 1987 M3 (e30)
                    -- BeastPower Motorsports: www.beastpower.com
                    - -Eisenmann Exhaust Systems: www.eisenmann.us

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Mr Deagle View Post
                      What the heck is this???




                      Looks like damage to me.

                      Obviously it was dropped on its nose, and the customer would have to take apart their current diff to replace that bent input flange.
                      SO, big deal just install another flange itg takes 5 minutes or less. Then torque it to factory spec done.

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