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Re: I thought my UUC Tubular Swaybars would be on. (archive)

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Posted by Jimmy 325i on October 06, 2000 at 02:59:30:

In Reply to: I thought my UUC Tubular Swaybars would be on.. posted by ChewToy on October 05, 2000 at 22:37:37:

Chewtoy,

Good luck man! Hope you get the right bushings.

How come you didn't do it right the first time by getting the Eibachs? Hehe.

Jimmy
'95 325i


I just got back from the "shop" with bad news. I thought I would have some new sways on right now, but instead, it appears I have either the wrong bushings, or the wrong bars. I'm leaning towards the wrong bushings. We put the bushings on the front sway bar, and they would barely go on. The inner hole of the bushing is too small and they barely fit around the bar. The ends don't meet. On top of that, the factory sway bar brackets will not fit around the outside of the bushings. We didn't see any way that these would fit. The only way I could have made this work tonight is if I would have used the factory bushings, which I did NOT want to do. So a few hours later and a few dollars shorter away, here I sit, disgruntled and scratching my head wondering what happened. I guess I'll call UUC tomorrow and I hope they have a clue as to what is going on. Hopefully just a bushing issue.





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