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Its available at the bmw dealer, its about 8.50 a (archive)

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Posted by Bill R. on December 12, 2000 at 20:05:50:

In Reply to: Re: I would try Gummi-phlege, it doesnt affect pla posted by Don Smith on December 12, 2000 at 16:39:15:

tube. Bmw recommends its for all the rubber seals and hoses on the car. It preserves rubber weatherstrip and keeps the metal from freezing to it. Comes with a neat little applicator built in.If you go to the parts counter and ask for gummy flage they will know what your talking about.
Pardon my ignorance... what what is gummi-phlege?!


Re: I would try Gummi-phlege, it doesnt affect plastic

Hi!

I have an annoying issue in my 92 M5, looking for some advise.

When I flip the sunvisor down, there is a flat piece of plastic you gotta slide back to expose the mirror. The piece is kinda stuck, and very difficult to move. Any recommendations on a lubricant which would not harm the plastic?

Thanks, Don






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