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Re: Alignment Specs (archive)

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Posted by m3tech on December 20, 2000 at 20:41:52:

In Reply to: Alignment Specs 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.

you can not use m3 specs if you do not use the offset control arm bushings , so i suggest either using them or use the specs from a 325i .

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