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Old 12-12-2004, 10:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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just wondering. i replaced my guibo when i got my car. e36 325i. but i mean the car was shaking like really bad when brought up to 4k rpms and stuff. and when i took out the old one, it was like ripped up and torn. JW how do u think u get that? lol. my car runs fine but is that caused by wheel hop or just aggresive driving or what? jw.
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Old 12-13-2004, 01:02 AM   #2 (permalink)
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im confused by the post . or at least the question.

the guibo disk will cause what seems like hopping or almost like a flat tire feel. good thing you changed it. if you leave it too long you could do greater damage. ie-your driveshaft (and thats mucho denero)
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If I've translated your post correctly - it sounds like you're wondering why your guibo is torn and if it's related to aggressive driving.

The guibo will crack and fall apart over time just from normal wear - my car has a cracked guibo and it has pretty low miles (90k) and has been ridden pretty conservatively most of its life (well until I bought it that is). I don't know if this is something unique to the E36 or not.
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yea. that was my question. thanks.
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No prob, I gotta do my guibo soon too. Just have to find a buddy with a garage - living in an apartment sucks ass.
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