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Old Fri, Jul-27-2018, 05:44:39 PM   #1
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Default Where to buy aftermarket in Canada

Good day,

I am interested in buying quite a few parts for my 02 M3 but it seems purchasing from the US is a mess.

Mod bargains won't take Canadian credit cards.
ECS wants to charge 50$USD to ship front and fender grilles.

I don't mind paying the exchange rate, it is what it is but the headache of trying to get good aftermarket parts in Canada seems painful. I have a list of about 10k I want to purchase, will end up costing me well over 15-16k CAD by the time everything is said and one.

ECS and Modbargain are both great and have a ton of stock but I would like to see if there are any Canadian options that other users have been able to purchase from.

Thank you
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Default Re: Where to buy aftermarket in Canada

A few years ago these guys shipped to Canada, give them a buzz:

https://www.faulknerbmwpartssource.com
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Good day,

I am interested in buying quite a few parts for my 02 M3 but it seems purchasing from the US is a mess.

Mod bargains won't take Canadian credit cards.
ECS wants to charge 50$USD to ship front and fender grilles.

I don't mind paying the exchange rate, it is what it is but the headache of trying to get good aftermarket parts in Canada seems painful. I have a list of about 10k I want to purchase, will end up costing me well over 15-16k CAD by the time everything is said and one.

ECS and Modbargain are both great and have a ton of stock but I would like to see if there are any Canadian options that other users have been able to purchase from.

Thank you
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Default Re: Where to buy aftermarket in Canada

Try FCP euro or Pelican parts. Pelican will mail you smaller stuff. No matter what you do shipping across the border is expensive.
Also try autopartsway.ca they have a lot of suspension stuff sometimes much better deal than exchange and shipping across the border.
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