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    FS: Solid Centered & Offset Front Control Arm Bushings


    www.condorspeedshop.com





    Solid Centered & Offset M3 Control Arm Bushings


    (click on photos for payment info)


    We offer two types of FCABs, Centered UHMW Bushings, for those of you that don't want
    to change the suspension geometry, and Offset UHMW Bushings for those what want
    crisper handling.

    The offset versions give you more caster (and therefore more camber when you turn the wheel).
    You don't need any other modifications to use these. They give the steering a much more solid/direct
    feel. If you have worn control arms, It makes sense to install these when you replace them.

    For those of you with no access to a shop or press, we also offer them ALREADY PRESSED into
    a set of refinished OEM BMW mount carriers(lollipops). The hard work has already been done!
    All you need to do is install them on your E30. You will receive a set of 2. They will work on
    any e30 or e36.

    *Please note, If you send back your mount carriers(lollipop) cores, I will refund you $20.*


    Last edited by silence; 08-16-2012, 02:48 PM. Reason: Updated pricing



    #2
    What's different about these?
    Sorry if thats a newb question haha

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      #3
      Wohoo!
      https://www.forabodiesonly.com/mopar...re-irs.356333/

      This Forum is built on love, and powered by Sexual Tension!

      When I die, I want to go peacefully like my Grandfather did, in his sleep -- not screaming, like the passengers in his car.

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        #4
        Originally posted by JA1991 View Post
        What's different about these?
        Sorry if thats a newb question haha
        OEM e30 CABs(non M3) are not offset & they are made of rubber.


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          #5
          These are freaking awesome... I tested them for 2 days at a NASA event at Homestead. The track layout was using the NASCAR turns 3 & 4.



          They take all the remaining slop out of the suspension, and make the steering that much more crisp at speed.
          Place your orders, they are ready to ship.


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            #6
            Just got mine today... wohoo thanks guys too damn excited!

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            https://www.forabodiesonly.com/mopar...re-irs.356333/

            This Forum is built on love, and powered by Sexual Tension!

            When I die, I want to go peacefully like my Grandfather did, in his sleep -- not screaming, like the passengers in his car.

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              #7
              Do these have to be pressed in by a shop?
              The first car I ever rode in was an e30

              Originally posted by Cabriolet
              Wish you the best and hope you don't remember anything after 10pm.
              1992 Mauritiusblau Vert
              1991 Brillantrot Vert

              2002 540i/6 Black/Black
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                #8
                Originally posted by Vivek View Post
                Do these have to be pressed in by a shop?
                Yes they have to be pressed in.
                For a fee, and cores, i can press them in for you.


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                  #9
                  Willing to press them in for you.


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                    #10
                    whats the difference between these and poly cabs? they look really nice btw and nice price.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by matt0300 View Post
                      whats the difference between these and poly cabs? they look really nice btw and nice price.
                      Thanks, I try to stay competitive with my pricing. :)
                      These are solid UHMW, so you aren't going to get as much deflection as you would with Poly CABs. They are comparable to the Treehouse bushings.


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                        #12
                        oh nice, when i need to swap them again ill get a set

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                          #13
                          Payment sent for a set of bushings, engine and transmission mounts and the PS block off, looking forward to the control.

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                            #14
                            Not trying to screw things up, Do you make rear diff mounts in UHMW?
                            Chris Leone
                            chrisleonemotorsports.com
                            rollcages and fabrication
                            Remember cross threading is the only thing stronger than loctite!!

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                              #15
                              ^^^ Yes he does

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