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Re: Help w/ M5 sway bars on a 525i (archive)

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Posted by cek(2) on March 30, 2000 at 13:16:08:

In Reply to: Help w/ M5 sway bars on a 525i posted by Alex Goetze on March 30, 2000 at 12:32:17:

: I recently installed sway bars on my 92 325is and I compared the 325 front sway bar to my 525it front sway. They appear to connect similarly. My 325 and 525 front sway bar connects to the strut. Some may connect to the control arm. Either way the front is a relatively simple job. If the front sway connects to the sway care has to be given when reassembling. Weight has to be on the hub in order for the sway bar link to align with the hole in the strut. The rears are more of a pain than anything else. Wear saftey glasses while under the car because a lot of dirt/sand/crap will fall out when working with the sway bars. Should take about 2 hours.
regards
cek(2)
92 325is
94 525it


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