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#1 (permalink) Old 05-28-2005, 07:04 PM
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Can anyone tell me if they make the polyuthane bushes for e36's, salloon's in particular, and if you really want to do me a favour could you point me in the right direction of a supplier to the uk?
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I'm pretty sure if you order of line from most places they will ship overseas... www.turnermotorsports.com has some... www.rogueengineering.com has rear lower control arm bushings and tranny bushings... Depending upon which lower control arm you are refering too... Derlin bushings are good.. polyurethan are good also... www.pelicanparts.com sells some...

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They are also cheap at the BMW dealer. I would get the OEM for sure!

(Labor is pretty expensive, so when you're able to DIY just do it yourself!) http://www.bimmerdiy.com/e36

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