Our Products

-We specialize in BMW and Mini parts, supplying independent workshops and retailers.

Our products here at Mettec are well known for product quality. When you buy our parts you can expect exact fitment and reliability

If we wouldn’t happily fit a product to our own car, we won’t sell it. In fact, many of the parts on offer are either from original equipment suppliers or are equal to OEM quality, so you can be assured of the fit and longevity of everything you buy. We back it up with a 12 month warranty.

 

Stocklists Of Replacement Parts For BMW and Mini

 

 

Wiper Blades

Wiper Blades Image

A windscreen wiper or windshield wiper (American English) is a device used to remove rain, snow, ice and debris from a windscreen or windshield. Almost all motor vehicles, including cars, trucks, train locomotives, watercraft with a cabin and some aircraft, are equipped with such wipers, which are usually a legal requirement.

A wiper generally consists of a metal arm, pivoting at one end and with a long rubber blade attached to the other. The arm is powered by a motor, often an electric motor, although pneumatic power is also used in some vehicles. The blade is swung back and forth over the glass, pushing water or other precipitation from its surface. The speed is normally adjustable, with several continuous speeds and often one or more “intermittent” settings. Most automobiles use two synchronized radial type arms, while many commercial vehicles use one or more pantograph arms.

Wiper Blades

Wiper Blades Image

A windscreen wiper or windshield wiper (American English) is a device used to remove rain, snow, ice and debris from a windscreen or windshield. Almost all motor vehicles, including cars, trucks, train locomotives, watercraft with a cabin and some aircraft, are equipped with such wipers, which are usually a legal requirement.

A wiper generally consists of a metal arm, pivoting at one end and with a long rubber blade attached to the other. The arm is powered by a motor, often an electric motor, although pneumatic power is also used in some vehicles. The blade is swung back and forth over the glass, pushing water or other precipitation from its surface. The speed is normally adjustable, with several continuous speeds and often one or more “intermittent” settings. Most automobiles use two synchronized radial type arms, while many commercial vehicles use one or more pantograph arms.