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    Garagistic E30 adjustable Rear Subframe exchange program

    Hello R3V,

    We finally have our rear subframe exchange program on the website! This is designed for people who want a bolt up solution adjustable rear subframe.

    For those who already can weld and can patiently align the tabs we sell the brackets/hardware here: http://store.garagistic.com/E30-Rear...orrection-Kits

    The exchange program is simple. Turn around time is mostly based on the options selected. Powdercoating adds 1 week. If we supply the core, that adds another week. Supplying your core for us the rework is the fastest way to get it back. Subframes will be painted black standard. Powdercoating is option but highly recommended! The powdercoating opting includes a full sandblast of the subframe. This ensures zero rust and a sub-frame that is good for another 50 years!

    We reinforce the differential mounting points, add camber adjustment, add toe adjustment, paint standard. (Ask about our poly bushings!)


    Full details and pricing can be found here:
    http://store.garagistic.com/adjustab...frame-brackets


    (Just for your reference, the top subframe is powdercoated and the bottom subframe is painted). The powdercoat is much much more thicker (durable).




    Poly bushings option are here. We will be offering and installing raised/normal subframe bushings. We will have a few options for the rasied option including the 12mm version. They will come in performance and street hardness. Performance/track is 90A and upgrade for the streets is 80A.




    Other units we have made in the past:


    Orange:
    https://www.instagram.com/p/BSjd8kVA...-by=garagistic

    Yellow:
    https://www.instagram.com/p/BSJcFQ-Af8g/

    Blue:
    https://www.instagram.com/p/BRrTuL2Aebo/

    Light blue:
    https://www.instagram.com/p/BOp1QeLA...-by=garagistic
    Last edited by garagistic; 05-09-2018, 08:07 PM.

    #2
    We also have a front subframe exchange program as well:



    Full details can be found here:
    http://store.garagistic.com/E30-rein...front-subframe
    Last edited by garagistic; 05-09-2018, 08:08 PM.

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      #3
      Might be a mistake, looks like your adding 150 for core or no core?
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        #4
        Originally posted by whodwho View Post
        Might be a mistake, looks like your adding 150 for core or no core?
        You pay $150 regardless initially, think of it as a deposit. If you send back your core you get your $150 back. There's options for both so they can see if they should be expecting a subframe core sent back to them.
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          #5
          Originally posted by whodwho View Post
          Might be a mistake, looks like your adding 150 for core or no core?
          It's correct, it simply tells us to wait for a core or source one. It's also incentive to send in your core.

          Originally posted by AllydNYC View Post
          You pay $150 regardless initially, think of it as a deposit. If you send back your core you get your $150 back. There's options for both so they can see if they should be expecting a subframe core sent back to them.
          This is all correct. If you send back your straight and umdamged core back, you get $150 back.

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            #6
            Emailed you guys about shipping to Canada already, Ottawa, Ontario K1S1A7, can you get back to me I have a subframe ready to ship to you.
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              #7
              ahh, makes sense just looks odd at a glance 8^)
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                #8
                is eccentric hardware included in the $250 price?

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by 613EDRTY View Post
                  Emailed you guys about shipping to Canada already, Ottawa, Ontario K1S1A7, can you get back to me I have a subframe ready to ship to you.
                  Sending pm now.

                  Originally posted by whodwho View Post
                  ahh, makes sense just looks odd at a glance 8^)
                  Understandable! We will see if we can make that clearer on the website. Let us know if you have any questions.

                  Originally posted by CB-M3 View Post
                  is eccentric hardware included in the $250 price?
                  Yes they are included. Genuine bmw hardware. Next week we will be including options for all rear bushings (diff, subframe, and trailing arms) in soft (street), medium(autox, aggressive street) and hard (race only) durometers.

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                    #10
                    Seems like it would cost more than $30 to ship the subframe. I am interested. Just gotta remove mine when find a weekend free.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by CB-M3 View Post
                      Seems like it would cost more than $30 to ship the subframe. I am interested. Just gotta remove mine when find a weekend free.
                      Let us know when your ready!

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                        #12
                        Has anyone got one of these?

                        Any comment on the quality of the welds and how well they are cleaned up before painting?

                        I am looking for adjustable camber for my E24. I am trying to decide on this offer, or having the welding done locally.

                        Thanks

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Tinkerer007 View Post
                          Has anyone got one of these?

                          Any comment on the quality of the welds and how well they are cleaned up before painting?

                          I am looking for adjustable camber for my E24. I am trying to decide on this offer, or having the welding done locally.

                          Thanks

                          I bought a rear one. I opted for the painted version. Quality is outstanding. Welds are beautiful. It would be cheaper to have it welded locally but the extra money for less hassle was worth it. Customer service was also very good. I would recommend.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Dukereturns View Post
                            I bought a rear one. I opted for the painted version. Quality is outstanding. Welds are beautiful. It would be cheaper to have it welded locally but the extra money for less hassle was worth it. Customer service was also very good. I would recommend.
                            Thank you for the kind works. Please post pictures and leave a review on our website. Thanks!

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                              #15
                              Did you mention if you would remove old bushings? Also would you offer to install oe rubber bushings?
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