1998 E36 Z3 tramlining fitting toyo t1r 225/40/18 tyres

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    after talking to a few tyre places i have been told fitting toyo t1r will help the tramling problem. is any one using toyo tr1 and if so what are thay like on your z3
     
     

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    i have herd that fitting a stiffer ARB will stop tram-lining
     
     

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    is have a 25mm one that the mo i have new arb bushes polly ones to put in worth a try like
     
     

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    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/H-R-ANTI-ROLL-...item2a118c9f93 have a look at this one m8 H&R are the best
     
     

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    just had a look now it dont say how think thay are. i no my front bar is 25mm thick. have mailed the guy to find out the tramlinig is bad makes me not want to drive the car and use my van insted .. i have anti role bar polly bushed to go on and the front ball joints are being changed to and a strut brace to go on if that dont work then maybe i will try the thicker bars after that. also some one told me i should be running 29psi am running 32 i think at the mo wheels are 18 inch
     
     

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    have you had a wheel allignment?
     
     

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    front control arm bushes ok?

    on my first e36 these went soft and caused bad tramlining - polybushes sorted that
     
     

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    uprated arb's are an essential on all bmw's in my experience. As for toyos they aren't that great for that sort of money try Vredsteins.
     
     

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    update had ball joints done wheel allignment with a bit of toe in polly bushes on anti roll bar and fitted strut brace problem fixed so much better and the strut brace made a massive change in cornering all z3 people need to fit a strut brace 100%
     
     

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