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Old 02-15-2020, 09:33 AM   #5
2Dog325iT
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Join Date: Jul 2019
Location: Austin, TX
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My Ride: 2002 325iT
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Originally Posted by mjweimer View Post
As usual yjsaabman has nailed it. The easiest way to raise the rear is with the thicker spring pads.

Blatant advertisement: My Eibach Pro-kit springs and Bilstein sport dampers should still be down in Austin at George Hill's shop. These were removed from my touring during the full M3 conversion and are in great shape. The springs have just over 12k miles and the Bilsteins have about 50k miles. I have no use for the parts and would love for them to be used by someone = I would sell the set for very reasonable money (especially since they don't need shipped).

This is the car on those springs/dampers prior to the swap:





This should give you a good idea of the ride height with the stock spring pads.


Message me via the forum if you have any interest and we can talk further.


MJ
I saw that touring at George's shop. Was awestruck for a minute there. Never seen an e46 that clean in my life. I'll message you for sure, cheers!
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