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Old 11-02-2008, 07:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Both front wheels tilt inward.What is the name of the part in need to fix?

I just got an 89 BMW and the front wheels are leaning in.What part or parts do I need to fix this? This is my first BMW so I dont know to much about them ,but I always fix things myself so I could really use some help!
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Question Both front wheels tilt inward ,I need to know the name of part(s)

I just got an 89 BMW and the front wheels are tilting inward.I need to know the name of the part(s) to complete this project.Someone told me tow arm but I cant find any info on this.Can anyone help me please?
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What series?? and E ?, as 'BMW 89' doesnt really give me much to go on!!!
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What series?? and E ?, as 'BMW 89' doesnt really give me much to go on!!!
Im not sure of the series or E but I do know it's an 89 model -735i .I am picking the car up today.This will be my first BMW! I do work on my own cars but I have never worked on a BMW.If you can help me It would be greatly appreciated.
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Thats better so its an E32 735i, Ok here we go, this will give you some intersting reading:
Timm's BMW E32 7-Series Repair And Information

When you get the car please explain the actual wheel tilt as top/ bottom in or out etc and I will do my best, please allow for the time difference as im in the Uk.
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moved both threads to the 7 series forum, and merged them...

are you referring to the camber angle? BMWs tend to run higher camber angles than most cars
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