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      02-26-2012, 07:17 PM   #1
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The Undertray part number

Can someone please give me the undertray part number. Front bumper undertray . I've looked at every diagram and gone to ..realoem.com, bmwparts.com etc etc and they all use the same diagrams. All showing the front bumper and it's components. None ...at least that i can see...show the underside of the front....where the undertray is. Mine is torn to bits now...thanks to the local carwash. Ugh. Thanks in advance. I tried every avenue in search etc. Only 4 listings under undertray itself. I even tried the part number search option. Ugh. Thanks again.
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Does this thread help???

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      02-26-2012, 08:46 PM   #3
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Awesome. Wish I had thought of that.
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LOL! I was reading this thread, did the search and while searching I was interrupted. When I returned to the computer I posted the link without reading your post.
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LOL! I was reading this thread, did the search and while searching I was interrupted. When I returned to the computer I posted the link without reading your post.
That just makes two helpful people.
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lol mine got taken out by debris too, luck isn't on my side but oh well, can't really complain about an easy DIY like this.

I only have one ridiculous question about this.

The side pieces, piece 23, part #s 51757896419 for left & 51757896420 for the right. I want to assume this is from the front perspective, right? So left would be passenger and right would be driver side, or is it vice versa?

Silly question I know, but I had to ask. It would be 10x worse if I got it in the mail and it was the wrong one.
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      02-26-2012, 09:25 PM   #9
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Thanks all. Helped a ton.
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Thanks all. Helped a ton.
I've had a few close calls and I'm just waiting for the inevitable. Car is pretty close to the ground.
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      02-27-2012, 09:12 AM   #11
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lol i've been ordering these once a year since 2009
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lol mine got taken out by debris too, luck isn't on my side but oh well, can't really complain about an easy DIY like this.

I only have one ridiculous question about this.

The side pieces, piece 23, part #s 51757896419 for left & 51757896420 for the right. I want to assume this is from the front perspective, right? So left would be passenger and right would be driver side, or is it vice versa?

Silly question I know, but I had to ask. It would be 10x worse if I got it in the mail and it was the wrong one.
Just to help you out a little.

51757896419 - is the left side (drivers side North American cars).



51757896420 - is the right side (passenger side on North American cars)


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I want to assume this is from the front perspective
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Just to help you out a little.

51757896419 - is the left side (drivers side North American cars).



51757896420 - is the right side (passenger side on North American cars)


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Hahaha! So I did have it backwards. Thanks ECS Tuning! You definitely saved me a headache on that one.
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      03-02-2012, 12:20 AM   #15
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lol i've been ordering these once a year since 2009
good to know that it aint a rare problem. mine hit a shredded tire tread that was on the fwy coming back from PCD. ripped a small section off on the drivers side. Luckily, it was a small gap. so did a small DIY for the journey back. got a piece of card board from a box, a set of velcros, stuck velcros on both sides of the card board and applied the construct with one layer of velcros on the inside of the felt thingie and one layer on the outside with the card board as a buttress. Then secured everything with gorilla tape (black). main intention was to prevent ballooning/sail effect with air entering the piece through the gap, as the outside end of this piece is also connected with the plastic wheel well liner. fortunately, it held through the trip (approx 900 miles). Have the original piece on order and should have it replaced by next week......

car is too low.......and am not instinctively inclined to look out for these hazards......guess i'll stock up on these trim pieces as and when i get my hands on them.......
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I too just ordered a passenger side one this past weekend and received it yesterday. Last weekend, driving home in the dark, I hit something on the freeway and it knocked a large chunk loose. I'm sure living in Oklahoma, I will be going through a few of these as well! BTW- got mine through ECS as well...very good company!
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      03-02-2012, 11:23 AM   #17
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replaced my center undertray last year. Its a very easy DIY too, if you can change a lightbulb you can do this.
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replaced my center undertray last year. Its a very easy DIY too, if you can change a lightbulb you can do this.
Bumper comes off of course right?
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No need to take off front bumper
Its held on by screws on the bottom and 3 or 4 screws in each wheel well area. Jack up your car, put it on stands. Turn the wheel one way to get access to screws and do it for the other side. Take screws iff bottom and unclip the middle section. Install is a no brainer.
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Can someone please give me the undertray part number. Front bumper undertray . I've looked at every diagram and gone to ..realoem.com, bmwparts.com etc etc and they all use the same diagrams. All showing the front bumper and it's components. None ...at least that i can see...show the underside of the front....where the undertray is. Mine is torn to bits now...thanks to the local carwash. Ugh. Thanks in advance. I tried every avenue in search etc. Only 4 listings under undertray itself. I even tried the part number search option. Ugh. Thanks again.
Same here.... Car wash got mine last week. Glad these things aren't expensive.
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I want to assume this is from the front perspective
The side is always while sitting in the car.
Just found out today, mine are toast too.


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