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Old Sun, May-27-2018, 03:38:37 PM   #1
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Default Bay Area / East Bay - Need Help installing rear camber arms

New here. I need some help installing a set of TMS rear camber arms on a 2004 E46 M3. Car is located in Moraga in the East Bay. I will certainly pay you for your time and help with the install.

Hope this is posted in the right section. Thanks!
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Default Re: Bay Area / East Bay - Need Help installing rear camber arms

When you say you need help, do you have a garage and tools but are just afraid to tackle it alone, are you looking for someone else's garage space and tools?

The only thing tricky is you need to unbolt the 3 diff bolts to move the diff in order to get the driver side LCA bolt.

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Default Re: Bay Area / East Bay - Need Help installing rear camber arms

I'm sorry. Thank you for pointing that out. I should have been more descriptive in my post.

I have a garage and all of the tools to do the job. I've read the instructions and watched a few videos of how to do the job but I believe it is above my skill level and it would also be helpful to have another person helping. The car is very well maintained with a clean undercarriage. I doubt there will be any issues since there is no rust.

I do most of the work on my other cars but this BMW is all new to me so I have a bit of a learning curve.

I will pay anyone with the skills to get the job done right a fair price and I will also provide lunch.

I just don't want to deal with having the car towed to a shop, I'd prefer to just do it myself with the help of another qualified individual.

If there is another forum or resource available to find someone in the Bay Area to help me with this job i'd appreciate any advice.


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I'm sorry. Thank you for pointing that out. I should have been more descriptive in my post.

I have a garage and all of the tools to do the job. I've read the instructions and watched a few videos of how to do the job but I believe it is above my skill level and it would also be helpful to have another person helping. The car is very well maintained with a clean undercarriage. I doubt there will be any issues since there is no rust.

I do most of the work on my other cars but this BMW is all new to me so I have a bit of a learning curve.

I will pay anyone with the skills to get the job done right a fair price and I will also provide lunch.

I just don't want to deal with having the car towed to a shop, I'd prefer to just do it myself with the help of another qualified individual.

If there is another forum or resource available to find someone in the Bay Area to help me with this job i'd appreciate any advice.

Sorry, didn't mean to leave you hanging. Let me know if you haven't found someone, I can try to find some time to help you out.

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