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WTB: Subframe hex bolts

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    WTB: Subframe hex bolts

    Anybody have these they want to do away with?

    There's 2 bolts holding the subframe to the vehicle, number 6 on the diagram

    Thanks :D

    http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/show...diagId=33_0213
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    Originally posted by J3M93
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    #2
    I went to tractor supply and got myself some new 8.8 M8 bolts for pennies. No more fiddling with hex keys or picking mud out from the socket before jamming the hex key in.
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      #3
      If I’m not mistaken, you need 4 bolts.

      Edit: Sike jk, I thought you meant front subframe lol

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        #4
        I have them. Not in bad condition since they came from a clean vert.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Andre3127 View Post
          I went to tractor supply and got myself some new 8.8 M8 bolts for pennies. No more fiddling with hex keys or picking mud out from the socket before jamming the hex key in.
          +1 replace them with regular hex heads and save yourself the troubles when they get worn out.
          Byron

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