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Thread: Ol' Red Rehab Project Zweiter Teil

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    Bmr. Glad the work is going well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZHPizza View Post
    Bro wtf
    Yeah for real. I just want a test drive and a track day with it.

    Btw I removed the hard coolant pipes and right away noticed the issue. The 2 o-rings on the upper pipe were not seated properly hence the coolant leak. I knew they were tight upon installation but I used silicone spray. So who knows what gives.

    Got the intake manifold back on and everything else in the bay.

    Waiting on parts from fcpeuro now for the rear and have a lead on a trailing arm/hub assembly.

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    Bought a used set of non rusted trailing arm/hub assembly for dirt cheap.

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    Last edited by Vas; 05-08-2020 at 04:25 PM.

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    Next up is the rebuild them. I got new dust shields, bearings, hubs, parking brake assembly and rotors. Also will replace the rtab and the upper and lower bushings for the control arms. Also got new lower control arms as well.

    Wish me luck

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    And here we have 2 fully rebuilt trailing arms. New bearings, hubs, dust shields, m3 lower up upper ball joints and z4m rtab

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    Looks good!

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    Damn having just seen how my dust shields were, those are beautiful. Normally I'm a 100% DIY guy, but I may have to consider having a shop do the rear wheel bearings when it comes time for it, after seeing what you've been through
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    Damn that's pretty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thatguy_JZ View Post
    Looks good!

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    Thanks !
    Quote Originally Posted by t.er View Post
    Damn having just seen how my dust shields were, those are beautiful. Normally I'm a 100% DIY guy, but I may have to consider having a shop do the rear wheel bearings when it comes time for it, after seeing what you've been through
    If you decide to diy it, I bought the bmw wheel bearing tool kit. It allows to press out the bearings and install them and the hub. I couldn't imagine doing it without it.
    Quote Originally Posted by ZHPizza View Post
    Damn that's pretty
    Man it's was a struggle. Next up is the subframe removal.

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