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I've been trying to source a new part for my cost but have no idea what it's called.

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Can anyone tell what the broken part is. It is a BMW series 1 57 plate.

My friend thinks it is an exhaust bracket.

  • Any chance you can back out a little to give some context on this? Also what make, model, and year is the car? – cdunn Jun 9 '16 at 18:16
  • Added a bit more information, but not near the car so can't get another picture. – Terry Jun 9 '16 at 18:18
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    @Terry, then at least tell us what area of the car this is at. Under the hood? Back of the car? etc... – JPhi1618 Jun 9 '16 at 18:18
  • @Terry Context would definetly help, I thought this was under the hood near the suspention. But to be an exhaust hanger it would have to be under the car. Where on the car are we looking in this initial pic? – cdunn Jun 9 '16 at 18:21
  • It's at the back underneath near the exhaust. – Terry Jun 9 '16 at 18:37
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I'd need exact details to confirm, but this should put you on the right track:

"Stopper, rear"

This genuine part fits your 2007 BMW 1 Series (E82,E88) 135i.

Stock Code 33316794866 ; 33316763411

Manufacturer BMW

Categories Suspension - Rear > Rear axle with suspension
Assemblies Rear axle carrier

BMW of South Atlanta Parts 2007 E82,E88

Really curious how the ear got broken off that... did you attempt the Rubicon? 8->

  • The ones you mentioned has no ear. How about this one: 33306778328? I wonder what mounts to the ear. – I have no idea what I'm doing Jun 10 '16 at 10:09
  • The exploded diagram shows the left one having the ear... but they resolve to the same part number. I suspect it's a mounting point for a "sumthin" on a different vehicle that shares a common part? A BMW dealer can resolve this question. And if the ear isn't necessary, the part may not need replacement in the first place... – SteveRacer Jun 11 '16 at 10:47

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