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Old Wed, Aug-19-2009, 04:20:11 PM   #1
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Default E46 M3 Front Wishbone

I am having to replace my N/S Front Wishbone due to excessive play in the outer bush. Does anyone have any tips or know if I may need any special tools other than basic spanners/sockets etc.

Your guidence is much appreciated in advance!!

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r u havin any other issues besides excessive play and is it in one side or both. i am having an issue with play (not excessive) myself but its only on one side along with an annoying squeaking. took mines to dealer and indy shop and they claim nothing is wrong.
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