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    Originally posted by alistairolsen View Post
    Thanks for the info, lovely looking car!
    Happy to help, and thank you. Still a work in progress like most are.

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      Is that the maximum rear toe in you could get with the Z3M trailing arms?

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      Originally posted by jph View Post
      Nasieg 5-lug fronts with E36 M3 hubs, E46 M3 rotors, and E36 M3 calipers.

      Z3M rear trailing arms with E36 M3 rear calipers and rotors.

      Front wheels are Apex Arc-8 17x8.5 et40 with Turner 17.5mm spacers.

      Rear wheels are Apex Arc-8 17x9.5 et35 with Turner 7.5 mm spacers.

      Tires are Toyo R888R 235/40 front and 275/40 rear.

      -1.6 degrees front camber, 1/32 toe in. -0.6 degrees rear camber, 0 toe.

      E30 Build by Jason H, on Flickr

      E30 Build by Jason H, on Flickr
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        I could have gotten more, but wanted to run 0 in the rear for traction and tire wear. I set my camber and toe plates in the middle range when welding them to my subframe. You could set them more aggressively when welding them to the subframe to allow more adjustment but I knew I wouldn’t need it so welded my adjustment plates conservatively.

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          Originally posted by jph View Post
          I could have gotten more, but wanted to run 0 in the rear for traction and tire wear. I set my camber and toe plates in the middle range when welding them to my subframe. You could set them more aggressively when welding them to the subframe to allow more adjustment but I knew I wouldn’t need it so welded my adjustment plates conservatively.
          Does it feel like the Z3M trailing arms have more toe out then the E30 arms do?

          Have you tried running some toe in in the back?
          Should help with traction and tire wear.
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          1/2 1987 BMW 325is/M Future Spec e30 (track prep'd)
          1994 530It/A Alpinewise III Traded out
          1988 BMW 325ix/M Diamond Schwartz Recently sold :/
          1986 BMW 325e/m Bronzit Beige Metallic

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            Originally posted by moatilliatta View Post
            Does it feel like the Z3M trailing arms have more toe out then the E30 arms do?

            Have you tried running some toe in in the back?
            Should help with traction and tire wear.
            No I have only had it set to zero toe. I think the Z3M arms are dimensionally the same as standard E30 arms when I comes to camber/toe. They create a wider wheelbase because they do come out farther than standard E30 trailing arms though.

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