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Posted by Paul on December 20, 2000 at 20:21:37:

Thought this is the best place to get an answer. I've swapped factory M3 front & rear springs, M3 rear sway bar, iC front sway bar, new BOGE Turbo gas shocks onto my 90 325i 4dr. I didn't use the front M3 offset bushings. I know the alignment will be off but would it be better to try and make the alignment work using M3 specs or 90 325i? I realize that neither will be exact and that the camber won't be fully correct without camber plates but really only concerned with toe in/out for this street car at this point. I can probably slot the bolt holes in top of the strut towers if camber not off too far. Any suggestions appreciated.

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