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Hi people. Can anyone recommend a good brand tie rod assembly for a 1997 323i e36? Also the control arms!
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How about OEM? Lemforder tie rod assemblies are $62 on BimmerSpecialist.com


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Cheers guys. Found a lemforder assembly for a reasonable price. Control arms too. This car has just hit 95,000 miles and the rear wheel bearings are complaining too. Well I think its the bearings, car makes a "scuffing" noise when i turn left. its not wheel rub on the arches and its not the brakes because I've replaced them all round. its definitely coming from the rear because its louder when i put the rear seats down. Any ideas?
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