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My mistake.... (archive)

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Posted by SU on March 09, 2000 at 17:47:26:

In Reply to: You BMW enthusiasts are defensive... posted by Jim Dove on March 08, 2000 at 07:39:36:

: First, I did not complain about road noise. Second, and to re-state this for the 20th time, I love this car... I prefer it to my Lexus.

: Now, the low-level shake. I've read on this board that the vast majority of '93/'94 740i share this problem. It is similar to what you would experience if your frint tires were out of balance. It's most pronounced on smooth pavement and really only noticable (and not that bad to begin with) between 55-68 mph, more or less. When accelerating, it seems to go away.

: Other posters have alluded (sic) to this, and I have found it myself. Like I said, I am new to BMW. These initial comments are immediate reactions after having driven a Lexus for years. I bought this because I wanted this, a BMW, not a Lexus. Anyway, thanks for the post. THis is a great board.

: Jim
: 1994 740i
: 71,600 miles


Sorry, I misinterpreted your statement. When I, and my gang of defensive BMW enthusiast friends get together 8^), shakes are shakes or shimmies. Road noise is a rumble. Sorry, I didn't mean to jump all over you (I didn't really, did I?).

cheers
SU


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