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Old Wed, Jan-25-2012, 04:09:30 PM   #10
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Default Re: e46 m3 subframe symptoms and costs

As most of the members have stated it will most likely run you 1K and up to weld it all in properly. I was lucky enough to have it already done on my car when I bought it but it cost my friend around $2g's! however it was welded by master fabricator Gary Castillo so I am able to sleep at night haha but really OP hairline crack or no crack in the frame at all, it's a big piece of mind to know you and your car are safe driving down the road.
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