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#1 (permalink) Old 10-25-2005, 01:10 PM
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Bmw E36 325i saloon subframe torn from floor

Hi there have a big problem.I have torn the rear subframe mount on the drivers side from the floor pan of my car and need help either in pictures or advice on how to fix this i have already ordered a reinforcement kit from turnner motosport but hope this can be fixed with out it thanks
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hmmm tough call, i know lots of welding is involved, if you have a welder at your expense than you will be half way there. as for the DIY im not too sure. hopefully someone will be able to find some good info on how to do that.

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Thanks guys what you sent me is a great help but anyone with more advice please get in touch because in all the information i have collected no body has said theres is all ready ripped from the floor i just want to know is it possable to fix and if so some one that will do it
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well the only advice, and DAMN good advice but most likely obvious, is to NOT DRIVE THAT THING AT ALL until it's totally repaired.

Your looking at a BITCH of a job, practically the entire rear suspinsion has to be disassembled to get to where you need to replace, I'm sure you know that by now.


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Im affraid i have no choice but than drive the car till i give it in for repair but its safe other than bad tramling
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Lads have some one looking at the car next week he s part of a bmw car club so he said he d do the best price he can il still post up the pic s thanks for all the help
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take it to the dealer have it fixed right away, but it will cost an arm and a leg



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