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Re: Difference in camber for E30 M3 and std E30 (archive)

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Posted by Randy Walters on January 04, 2000 at 08:04:56:

In Reply to: Difference in camber for E30 M3 and std E30 posted by Mitch on January 04, 2000 at 01:00:28:

: How did BMW prevent too much neg. camber on the E30 M3
: when they lowered the ride ht. Are all the rear suspension components the same as the std. E30.

: Thanks

The M3 trailing arms are the same part number as on the regular 325i/is/e/es, but
the rear subframe itself has a different part
number so it's likely that the mounting tabs
for the trailing arms are set at a slightly
different angle on the top of the subframe
to compensate.

Randy Walters
89 325is


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