Keep it Copacetic
Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: St. Louis, MO ||| Los Angeles, CA
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Actually come to think of it, since you do own a e36 and your rears are a problem, it may be your springs. I had a buddy with a e36 whos rear springs BROKE! Ride height in the rear was slightly lower and it had broken a long time befor ehe even knew. About 1 inch of the coil at the bottom of the spring had snapped off and was sitting int he little hub deal. Take off your tire and insepct the bottom parts of your springs. Hopefully this is the problem, because then you can just buy a paint of rear springs and install them easy cheesy. Rear springs are easy to install on the e36. We've done it.
1995 BMW M3 Turbo - Dakar/Black