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  • E30SPDFRK
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    Preferably BMW diffs, doesn't have to be e30 though. Mostly interested in medium and large case units

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  • 2mAn
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    Originally posted by E30SPDFRK View Post
    Looking to buy diffs, open or lsd, making noise or not. Let me know what you have.
    How about one for a Datsun?! lol

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  • E30SPDFRK
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    Looking to buy diffs, open or lsd, making noise or not. Let me know what you have.

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  • Balleristic31
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    Anyone have some spare treehouse style CABs laying around? Last piece I need to get my swap car on the road.

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  • 2mAn
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    Originally posted by E30SPDFRK View Post
    What size rivnut do you need?
    The article says M6, but thats with the OEM hardware, the hardware I have might need an M8

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  • Chilezen
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    I'm looking at getting adjustable sway bars soon. There's a kit from Ireland Engineering and Garagistic. Is there any reason to choose one over the other?
    On my car already, I have reinforced the front subframe tabs and the rear trailing arm tabs. And I have the M3 front strut brackets and endlinks. So with those all done, I'm just looking at getting the bars.

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  • E30SPDFRK
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    What size rivnut do you need?

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  • 2mAn
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    Anyone got a rivnut or nutsert tool? I have these Cabrio bars from a Mini that Glenn ( glnr13 ) gave me years ago. Mine didn’t have the predrilled holes so I just drilled them but it turns out I drilled into a double walled thing and I don’t have access to the other side. Whoopsies!! Haha

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  • 2mAn
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    Originally posted by Chilezen View Post
    Next up: a pull-up!
    whoa whoa whoa.... lets not get ahead of ourselves!

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  • Chilezen
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    Next up: a pull-up!

    I'm also still working. Daily life hasn't changed. Feels nice, less traffic out there.

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  • 2mAn
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    glad to be working... I have read zero books though. On the flipside Ive done a few pushups and even a situp or two

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  • glnr13
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    thought i was going to be doing a bunch of stuff on the e30 during this stay at home thing. company furloughed half of the work force so my work load is up by 200%. grateful i have job, sad i don't have time to work on the car.

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  • azael325i
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    Sup guys.. it’s been a long time..

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  • 2mAn
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    Sup

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  • Sh3rpak!ng
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    Thanks all for the recommendations!! My friend is thrilled to have a handful of shops to check out and is extremely appreciative of the community for being so willing to support one another. Thanks!

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