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Old 03-03-2019, 01:43 PM
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Do you still have the X5 and does the interior door handle have the mood lighting? If so how much?
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Old 05-11-2019, 08:39 PM
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Truck is gone. Listing some of the stuff I have left starting with the OE tow kit. It's complete with all the reinforcements and fasteners. $400 picked up in San Antonio. Can deliver to Austin or Houston for small stipend.







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Old 05-13-2019, 11:00 AM
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Those rear sunshades are absolutely clutch if you have little humans in car seats. Keeps them from baking to death. Also a very good deal on the trailer hitch. That was over $1,000 add on at the stealerships.

OP, do you have the rear tunnel/cargo cover for sale?
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Old 05-13-2019, 11:28 AM
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Those rear sunshades are absolutely clutch if you have little humans in car seats. Keeps them from baking to death. Also a very good deal on the trailer hitch. That was over $1,000 add on at the stealerships.

OP, do you have the rear tunnel/cargo cover for sale?
I agree, the shades are a godsend. Unfortunately I believe there are specific door panels for them so non-shade panels would need to be slightly modified and that seems to be a hold up for most. I'll keep them around as spares for my truck in case the kids ever damage one.

Unfortunately the truck did not have the rear roll-out tonneau cover. I think that's the part you are looking for. Another member has one for sale I believe though.
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2010 X5 35d Build 02/10
Nav, HiFi, 6 DVD, Sports Pckg, Cold Weather Pckg, HUD, CAS, Running Boards, Leather Dash, PDC, Pano (Purchased 03/17 w/ 136,120 miles)
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Old 05-13-2019, 03:40 PM
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The vertical sun visors need the door panels associated with them. The roller integrates to the underside and the chanel in the door card has a finish piece. The horizontal shades snap onto the window frames and are a direct fit but the tabs which hold the both the horizontal and vertical shades pulled out will need to be swapped in to a non-sunshade truck too. So don’t forget to add those pieces to your kit for sale!
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Old 05-13-2019, 09:08 PM
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The vertical sun visors need the door panels associated with them. The roller integrates to the underside and the chanel in the door card has a finish piece. The horizontal shades snap onto the window frames and are a direct fit but the tabs which hold the both the horizontal and vertical shades pulled out will need to be swapped in to a non-sunshade truck too. So donít forget to add those pieces to your kit for sale!
Yep. That's what I was mentioning. I said slightly modified though, which thinking about it might be downplaying it a bit. The latches for the all four shades are there in the plastic bag. Was pretty careful to pull everything thinking someone could buy it as a kit. But seems a retrofit is not realistically possible without sunshade rear doors... which will come with the shades integrated.

Oh well, as I said, I'll keep them as spares.
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Nav, DSP, Pano, Running Boards, OEM Tow Hitch, Cold Weather Pckg (Purchased 08/15 w/ 90,500 miles)

2010 X5 35d Build 02/10
Nav, HiFi, 6 DVD, Sports Pckg, Cold Weather Pckg, HUD, CAS, Running Boards, Leather Dash, PDC, Pano (Purchased 03/17 w/ 136,120 miles)
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