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E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
Total Produced: 45,000+ - Years Produced: 2001 to 2006.


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Old Mon, Jul-23-2018, 05:34:58 PM   #1
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Default Turner rear camber arms or comparable

Looking for some longevity feedback for those running the Turner rear camber arms with bushing ends (not spherical), or alternative options like ECS that don't use spherical bearings as I'm doing solid subframe bushings so want to keep as much compliance as possible on the other suspension components.
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Default Re: Turner rear camber arms or comparable

I've had the turner arms for the past five years no problems.the last year with solid turner sub bushings again no problems and I daily my car.
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Default Re: Turner rear camber arms or comparable

15k on ECS arms, great so far. My alignment guys loves them.
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Default Re: Turner rear camber arms or comparable

Have spc arms which havenít given me any issues in over a year. Im sure if the car saw elements they would seize easily though.
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Default Re: Turner rear camber arms or comparable

I've run Turner arms (street with bushings) for the past year with 75D poly in the rest of the rear end - no issues.
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Default Re: Turner rear camber arms or comparable

Iíve had both. The bushings will last, the rod ends wonít.


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Default Re: Turner rear camber arms or comparable

Used Spec arms with the poly bushing on my track car, lasted 2 events before the bushings squished out.
I like the Turner monoball arms. Their design makes camber adjustments a breeze.
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Default Re: Turner rear camber arms or comparable

Has anyone installed the Fall Line arms, feedback? I assume they are the same/similar as Turner's.
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Default Re: Turner rear camber arms or comparable

I have the TMS arms and have loved them. Makes alignments easy and you have a wide range of adjustment. The bushings are also holding up well after 15k miles.
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