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    E30 trailing arm/subframe

    Was going to rebuild my e30 rear end. And was wondering if there was any variances in-between the trailing arms and subframes over the years and model's. Or if they're all interchangeable. Thank you in advance.

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    318ti trailing arms bolt up and are 5*120 lug
    91' 318is 90' 325is

    Originally posted by Sonny
    Buy the E30s, they ain't gonna last long
    E30 can make you, E30 can break you
    "He who controls the Nova's, controls the Boomers"

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      #3
      Going to be keeping everything stock. Have damage on the subframe and trailing arms that's why I was asking about the interchangeablity. Sorry for not clarifying that.

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        #4
        Early model 325e and 318i have smaller wheel bearings, their trailing arms are different. Non-ABS cars will have different hubs and lack the drilled bosses in the control arms for the wheel speed sensors. Not sure about the rear sub frame itself.

        '89 Alpine S52 with goodies

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          #5
          General Discussion is not a catch-all; please do not ask technical questions there. If you don't know where to ask your question, post it in General Technical and we'll move it to the appropriate subforum if necessary. Thanks in advance.
          Originally posted by kronus
          would be in depending on tip slant and tube size

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