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      07-11-2021, 05:02 PM   #1
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      07-20-2021, 08:55 PM   #2
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Nice piece. Will this fit a 2013 E93 M3?
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I do not believe it will as there is another cutout to the back of the trim to control the top. Best way to check is to post pic of your current trim.

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These are awesome. I would be interested in you doing one for my 2011 e92 m3
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Nice piece. Will this fit a 2013 E93 M3?
I'm looking for a stock 6mt part for my E93 and from my searches they have discontinued it. However, again from what I've found, the convertible switch screws into the bottom of the trim part and all of the non convertible parts have the screw posts on them. So all you would need to do is locate where to cut out the space for the switch, pull back the material that it's covered with, cut the switch hole out and use 1300L or some other type of contact adhesive and wrap the material under and around the cutout.

This is my last resort but it looks like it can be done.
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I'm looking for a stock 6mt part for my E93 and from my searches they have discontinued it. However, again from what I've found, the convertible switch screws into the bottom of the trim part and all of the non convertible parts have the screw posts on them. So all you would need to do is locate where to cut out the space for the switch, pull back the material that it's covered with, cut the switch hole out and use 1300L or some other type of contact adhesive and wrap the material under and around the cutout.

This is my last resort but it looks like it can be done.
LakeSurfer, please PM me your number. Let's discuss. I can probably do this, as I agree. The screw holes for the convertible are already in the bottom.

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I'm looking for a stock 6mt part for my E93 and from my searches they have discontinued it. However, again from what I've found, the convertible switch screws into the bottom of the trim part and all of the non convertible parts have the screw posts on them. So all you would need to do is locate where to cut out the space for the switch, pull back the material that it's covered with, cut the switch hole out and use 1300L or some other type of contact adhesive and wrap the material under and around the cutout.

This is my last resort but it looks like it can be done.
LakeSurfer, please PM me your number. Let's discuss. I can probably do this, as I agree. The screw holes for the convertible are already in the bottom.

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Hey

I'd actually prefer to do it myself for my own car but thought I'd help someone out.
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I'd actually prefer to do it myself for my own car but thought I'd help someone out.
Got it, thanks!
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