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Re: check trailing arm bushings! (archive)

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Posted by Ron Man on February 27, 2001 at 10:30:05:

In Reply to: rear tyres both worn on inside only posted by Ash on February 27, 2001 at 06:29:51:

hi guys,

i've heard that this problem is caused by sagging rear springs. any ideas? does anyone know how i can measure the ride height correctly to determine if it is the springs?

Excessive rear camber can be caused by worn
trailing arm bushings in addition to sagging springs. I personally have never seen sagging springs in an E30 M3.

Ron ///Man

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