Mar 13, To replace the subframe bushings: Remove 4 bolt bolts holding subframe to diff, and 4 bolts+nuts holding trailing arms to the subframe. Remove the stock subframe bushing by making this setup on a bench vise: The sockets go in these slits. Have a helper hold the subframe while you set everything up. Missing: Northridge CA. Aug 01, When removing the rear subframe on an E30, there is always a possibility that either of the two old bushings will be oxidized and therefore seized/stuck in the body.
The OE subframe bushings are made up of an aluminum sleeve with a thick rubber coating around it. The aluminum sleeve protrudes at the top of the bushing and seats into the body during installation. To understand why its Missing: Northridge CA. May 11, BMW e30 rear subframe bushing removel and install. BMW e30 rear subframe bushing removel and bushcutting.buzzg: Northridge CA.
The standard subframe bushing kit does not change camber (better for a track application). Comes with a lifetime warranty. Fits BMW 3 Series E30 (,& M3) DOES NOT FIT iX model). These replace OEM part number Missing: Northridge CA. Subject: rear crossmember bushing R&R - my method. I've been catching up on my digest reading.
I've seen a couple of postings about changing the rear crossmember bushings on an E Here's how a friend & I did it: What you'll need (in no particular order): 2 new bushings and locking nuts (da!) propane torchMissing: Northridge CA.
The back end of the E30, including the Drivetrain and the Brakes, are all mounted to one piece of metal known as the Rear bushcutting.buzz subframe is held in place with two bolts, cushioned with rubber bushes. Over time, these bushes will perish and fail, leaving you with sloppy suspension, four-wheel steering and some very suspicious knocking sounds. To get your driving experience back to how Missing: Northridge CA. Dec 31, e30 rear subframe bushings-replace or leave.
Discussion in 'E30 ' started by 02m3smg2b, Jun 7, I meant to say in the post you can drop the whole rear suspension assembly when you free the rear-subframe-bushing nuts, and the diff-bushing bolt. I edited the post to say what I meant, instead of the trailing arm bolts Missing: Northridge CA.