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dishwab 04-02-2012 05:51 PM

FS: Complete OEM Sport Suspension off 2002 330ci
 
I'm selling the OEM sport struts/shocks/springs from my 2002 BMW 330ci. There is nothing wrong with the parts at all, I just upgraded to an H&R touring kit and have no need for these parts anymore. The car was riding great, just wanted it a little lower and more aggressive.

All parts have ~ 100k miles on them but are in good shape. The springs are fine, the car didn't sag at all, and the struts/shocks still seem to have a good amount of life left.

If you have OEM non-sport suspension these will tighten up the ride as well as dropping it around 3/4" in the front and 1/2" in the rear. These will fit any E46 coupe.


SPRINGS ARE NOW SOLD

I'm asking $50 OBO for the rest if anyone wants just the shocks/struts. Would prefer local but can ship at buyer's expense.

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dishwab 04-09-2012 12:55 PM

Bump... open to reasonable offers. Also willing to separate if the price is worth it for me.

dishwab 04-27-2012 10:57 AM

Bump, had some nibbles but no bites yet. Still available.

E46nguyen 05-01-2012 06:58 AM

Will they fit on sedan? How do you know they seem still have a good amount of time left after 100k miles?

dishwab 05-01-2012 05:00 PM

Springs are now sold, if anyone wants the shocks or struts I'm willing to let them go cheap

Quote:

Originally Posted by E46nguyen (Post 14349214)
Will they fit on sedan? How do you know they seem still have a good amount of time left after 100k miles?

I believe they would fit a sedan but I'm not 100%. I think that convertibles have a different rear set up due to the weight but that's it. I could be wrong though. I say that based on the fact that there were no issues or signs of failure when I took them off - it was purely for cosmetic reasons. They are still difficult to compress by hand and rebound nicely.


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