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Would worn thrust bushings cause.... YES (archive)

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Posted by Joe S. on October 18, 2001 at 11:59:02:

In Reply to: Would worn thrust bushings cause.... posted by Jeff N. on October 17, 2001 at 22:00:09:

Mine did the samething and it would Drift alot.
I replacedthe rear control arm bushings and while i was at it I put on new thrustarms and bushings ( their cheap so why not) I do not know which fixed it, but it stopped.

...the front end to track incorrectly and increase the "trammeling" (is that correct?) impression when changing lanes in rutted roads?

I think my bushings are going (must have been all the track time!). The front end is starting to shake when firm braking at highway speeds.

Trying to guess if I have one problem or two.

Thanks for the ideas.

90 535i

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