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Old 05-08-2006, 09:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Rear Control Arm Bushings???

I was wondering if anyone would be able to tell me were i could get at bushing set or just the rear control arm bushings for a good price?
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what do you think i should get, OEM or some polyurethane off ebay or a good site? but i dont know of a site that has rear control arm polyurethane bushings
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Bavarian Autosport has urethane trailing arm bushings for $80 on sale. is that a alright deal or no, because im thinking about getting them?
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i have adjustable rtrs poly bushings. if you're lowered, or thinking of lowering then i would get adjustables.

if you want just plain style poly bushings, then go with ireland engineering ones. you can order through there site, or you can save a few dollars and go through seam bmw.
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is that were you got your rtrs poly bushings from seam bmw? did you notice any differance if so, what?
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no, seam sells ireland engineering bushings. i honestly don't know where to get the rtrs bushings now that the bmwbushings site is down. i did all my suspension at once, so i can't comment on any changes.

poly bushings are much easier to install than stockers also.
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