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Re: I recently installed RDs on my '97M3/2. Don't (archive)

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Posted by Dave on September 16, 2001 at 11:28:40:

In Reply to: I recently installed RDs on my '97M3/2. Don't >>> posted by LUNI2NZ on September 16, 2001 at 08:13:56:

who here used the studs that RD supplies if you want to use the stock links instead of the ones they provide with the kit. Or better yet, who here knows what the heck i'm even talking about.


know what you're talking about. If you're talking about front end links, yes I used the stock ones. No reason not to, unless you want one of the adjustable ones so you can preload the front sway bar. Studs?????

Jay


I had a difficult time putting on the rears as I couldn't figure out and still can't figure out how they go on when using the links provided with the kit. I contacted RDsport and they said the links are made more for people with coilover systems and that they have another type of "studs" for people with regular spring and shock set-up. I got the part from them and it worked out perfect.



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