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Old 04-23-2012, 12:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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RTAB bushings etc...

ok, so I am not a mechanically inclined guy and I need to replace some bushings on my 98 M3/4/5. My question is what bushings do I need? I see a couple different ones, should I replace upper and lower?
I have already purchased the trailing arm mount bushings but I see more listed in the parts section. I apologize for my stupidity but any help with a lack of the usual helping of flaming would be appreciated. I frequent m3forum a lot and I know I would be destroyed asking this question there.

I would like to get as many bushings replaced as possible since the car will be down anyway.
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Well what parts you need depends on what your doing with te car. If your tracking t you would want different bushings then street use. Depending on how firm you want the ride to be.
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street use only, just want it back to original specs.
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If you want it back to OEM specs then I recommend just going with OEM ones. They lasted this long so a new set should last just as long.

Check these out: OEM E36 M3 Rear Trailing Arm Bushings (Pair) - Vorshlag LLC
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