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    Last edited by Nick's e30; 05-08-2015, 11:48 AM.
    No antenna? I sell plugs!

    Here: https://www.r3vlimited.com/board/sho...77#post4937877

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    I've never seen adjustable trailing arms for an E30, but there are camber/toe adjustment kits. Eccentric trailing arm bushings are one possibility, but the tend to drift out of adjustment. A better choice is the weld in kits, like from Ireland Engineering.
    The car makes it possible, but the driver makes it happen.
    Jim Levie, Huntsville, AL

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      #3
      BMP Design in Texas used to make custom trailing arms. I cant remember exactly what they did but they put some sort of adjusting device on the end where the bushing used to be.
      sigpic"If one does not fail at times, then one has not challenged himself." -Ferdinand Porsche
      The ugly car: http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=209713

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        #4
        marshalm subframe problem solved
        Originally posted by bmwm42
        PNW vulture pm me for parts
        Strategic nw e30 command

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          #5
          Originally posted by bmwm42 View Post
          marshalm subframe problem solved

          That solves a rusty trailing arm? Jeepers.


          jlevie answered this back on the 18th.
          ADAMS Autosport

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            #6
            just repair your trailing arms by welding on some donor or fabricated spring perches, then weld on the eccentric trailing arm adjusters.

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