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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
Total Produced: 71,212 - Years Produced: 1992 to 1999


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Old Wed, Feb-24-2010, 06:59:28 PM   #31
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Damn....so where do I get the all metal reinforced ones for a decent price?
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Old Wed, Feb-24-2010, 07:26:20 PM   #32
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Cmuzyy at BFC, or RM European. Those 2 sources are almost always the cheapest for real OEM parts.
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Awesome. Thanks guys! I just checked pelican's site again and the ones I ordered are specific to the e36 M3 and are metal reinforced. PN is 18-20-1-401-797.

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Exhaust Hanger, Rear (2 per car, sold individually) Rubber & Metal Mount, M3 3.2 (1996-99) Coupe Manual Transmission, with S52 Engine (E36),
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Do you guys think I'll be able to return them if they are flimsy?
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Do you guys think I'll be able to return them if they are flimsy?
You should be okay as long as you don't open the separate hanger packages. Just feel for the metal through the plastic. You may be responsible for a restocking fee and shipping charge though.
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When you get them, make sure they have steel reinforcements in the red areas in the picture below. I have heard of pelican hangers being all rubber, you don't want that.

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Pelican is the the TJ Max of BMW parts.

Pelican hangers are all rubber. I've received 2 separate orders of hangers from them like this and i'll never order another set from them again. In fact, as good as their website, inventory, and customer service is...I think i'm done ordering stuff from those guys. I'm just tired of going through the guesswork or whether of not i'm getting a part that's of comparable quality to the rest of the suppliers. very often, it's not the case with those guys.

I have hangers from Pelican on my exhaust now. It rocks back and forth like a seesaw. I went out and bought BMW hangers just because the Pelican ones were so flimsy.
Okay, so I received them from Pelican and they are metal reinforced. Almost impossible to bend. I will compare them to the OE mounts as soon as I do the install. Also, the gaskets seem to be metal. Are there any other gaskets that I'll need? Paper/fiber?
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Gaskets supposed to be metal..... your good to go
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Okay, so I received them from Pelican and they are metal reinforced. Almost impossible to bend. I will compare them to the OE mounts as soon as I do the install. Also, the gaskets seem to be metal. Are there any other gaskets that I'll need? Paper/fiber?
Sweet, hopefully they ran out of the sh***y ones.

Sounds like you're good to go.
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Great information, numik. Thanks!
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Not a problem. You gotta come hang out sometime
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yeah man, I see you're local? whereabouts? I'm in Guilford when I'm home from school... seems to be happening less and less nowadays
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yeah man, I see you're local? whereabouts? I'm in Guilford when I'm home from school... seems to be happening less and less nowadays
I work in Guilford.... send me a pm next time your around, I'll try and swing by with the M.
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