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Old 11-19-2011, 11:11 AM   #1
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Front Suspension Kits

Currently looking into purchasing a rebuild kit for the front suspension. I know I need to replace the bushings and suspect I'll need new FCA and possibly tie rods. The vehicle is a 2004 330ci with about 105,000 miles. I am currently overseas and should be redeploying to the states in the next few weeks so I am unable to figure out exactly what I need. So for now I just wish to order the common parts for when I am home.

I did some searching but I have been unable to narrow down to a specific vendor. I am hoping to get some feedback from the vendors themselves and whom ever else has insight.

Thanks in advance for the insight.
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Old 11-22-2011, 11:39 AM   #2
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I personally have an E46 and I can tell you that the things that tend to wear out the quickest are the front control arm bushings, front shock top hats, rear trailing arm bushings, transmission bushings and the rear shock mount bushings. With that being said, after i replaced all these bushings on my own car I did notice a huge improvement in handling and steering was really quick and nimble. We are running a black Friday special at the moment so right now would be the best time for you to get your order set up at the best prices. I will PM you with our Black Friday specials.
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Old 11-22-2011, 04:10 PM   #3
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I am also doing a shock/spring rebuild. Interested in the FSD Koni/Eibach Kit 2150-4005. Any deals coming for a Fanatic?

I also want to get new shock mounts front and rear and spring pads but I did not see them on Modbargins web site.

My FCABs look good and I got no movement when I pulled/pushed the rotor so I was not planning on changing them yet. I have 94K miles.

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