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Thread: sealed spherical RTAB.... from a camry?!?

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    Moog?

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    Yeah, Mightycarmods is selling these specifically for E46











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    Quote Originally Posted by BMWCurves View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by t.er View Post
    Yeah, Mightycarmods is selling these specifically for E46











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    Any link to Mightycarmods who sell these?
    Also I see you had to sand down the MOOG bearings, what did you use? I am having a hard time getting thr MOOG to install in straight, keeps wanting to cock and jam up. Thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by s14realm3 View Post
    Any link to Mightycarmods who sell these?
    Also I see you had to sand down the MOOG bearings, what did you use? I am having a hard time getting thr MOOG to install in straight, keeps wanting to cock and jam up. Thx
    Hey I saw your PM but wanted to answer here so everyone else had the info.

    Reducing the diameter of the whole bushing was critical to getting a good fit. @Galapolis can elaborate but I think we ended up going at it with a file to try to take that diameter down more. Just, you know, don't take too much off. There's more pics of how I chucked it up in the drill on the e46f thread linked in the first post.

    Also a very good idea to put them in the freezer overnight so they shrink down a bit before trying to install. We didn't have time for that so just threw them in a bucket of ice water for half an hour and it helped. Just make sure you dry them off well and apply a little antiseize to keep them from being a permanent install.

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    Did my Toyota spherical bearing install today. After some dremel sanding of rhe bearing housing, I was able to get the bearing pressed in. All is good, going to alignment shop Monday. Btw- this is on my e83 X3, uses the same RTAB as e36 and e46. This isn't a plug and play install but the modifications isn't that bad now that I know what to do. Thanks guys for the write ups and pictures in this thread. For some reason, I do not have the abilities to attach pictures in my post or I would add some of mine in this thread to help others.

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