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Old Mon, Aug-21-2017, 07:05:19 PM   #12
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Default Front control arm ball joint

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Originally Posted by M_Parallel View Post
Of course does the physical difference matter.

They each use different control arm bushings. You can't just mix stuff.


LOL!!! Oddly that is what BimmerWorld promoted, 1996+M3 spindles/kingpins for all E36.
http://www.bimmerworld.com/Suspensio...SABEgJ8HvD_BwE
These and Meyle HD FLCAs. (HDs have same geometry as ALL E36 except 1996+M3.

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Originally Posted by M_Parallel View Post

The later arms are shaped differently, so you can't just take a 3.2 arm and slap it on a 3.0.
Right, but it is sounding like one could IF the centered FLCA Bushing were used. It should then be equivalent FLCA geometry.


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