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Old 05-03-2013, 01:17 PM   #19
Grande D
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Originally Posted by Mango View Post
That E36 is a generation older. The rear end has a massive amount of balljoints and bushings in back. your newer ZHP likely has everything back there in way better condition. particularly the rear upper and lower inner control arm bushings. make sure you take that into account.

Doing the RTABs with the wrong tool is definitely a turn off to using rubber bushings. I was considering powerflex as well due to that reason alone. But with the right tool, the job is a dream and so are the results of using a rubber bushing.
Idk if the results of any RTAB job are a dream... let's not be so dramatic.

What I was saying (admittedly in an unclear fashion) is that the E36 M3 in question actually has all of those inner and outer balljoints replaced; mine is on the original bushing style parts.
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Originally Posted by Jaymalls View Post
dont listen to these fuQ faces... just go to a junk yard and get a used complete left rear end. i cracked my left rear control arm on the highway because i was driving w/o shocks... lol! ***Was too busy caking on these bitches instead of taking care my car!***
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