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Re: Eccentric Trailing Arm Bushings (archive)

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Posted by Philo on June 04, 2002 at 15:07:49:

In Reply to: Re: Eccentric Trailing Arm Bushings posted by jim in sd on June 03, 2002 at 20:58:30:

I called BMPD and they said the eccentrics are for better tire wear but reduces handeling a bit. The application is all non-eccentric for stock setup, all eccentric for less tire wear setup, or you can buy the K-Mack (spelling?) bushings that allow you to adjust the rear camber to increase camber + or - the stock setting. This sounds cool although these bushing are kind of pricy at $295 for the complete set.

Not sure which way I should go..., anyone have experience with this.



i'd appreciate you keeping me advised,..the toe-in on the rear of my 5er is out of factory spec,..and i'm trying to avoid chewing up a new set of michelin 255/40 x17s.

any advice would sure be appreciated...!!!

Where do the ecentric bushings go ? Inboard or Outboard ? Also, because they are eccentric does that mean they allow the rear toe-in to be adjustable. Lastly, how to they go in or align (position within the trailing arm).

Trailing arm bushings.
2 different numbers listed
33 32 9 058 824 (eccentric)
33 32 9 061 946



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