2000 E46 323ci, just fitted my meyle wishbone!

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  1. 2000 E46 323ci, just fitted my meyle wishbone! 
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    Will do a how to later as i took a few pics, 1 thing i will say is i would have been well stuffed if i never bought a pickle folk!, not been for a drive yet either so i can not comment on the drive!
     
     

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    just done my how to, but have to wait for a mod to ok it??
     
     

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    Glad you got her sorted mate. my ball joint splitter is crap! i had to resort to borrowing one and using a club hammer!!
     
     

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    Mine too, i bought one from Halfrauds, the type with the bolt that spreads the joint, utter rubbish as the bolt threaded in the tool. I ended up buying the cheaper one which is basically a heavy duty fork you bash into the joint to separate it, no parts on this tool to break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vauxfan View Post
    just done my how to, but have to wait for a mod to ok it??
    Don't worry Vaux, it's because a number of members used to post questions in that part of the forum so they had to come to the decision to approve all threads (and comments IIRC)
     
     

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    Nice one mate, you should notice quite a big difference. I know I did when I got mine done
     
     

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    Well still baffled lol!, the car still has a mind of its own!, still doesn't want to feel nice and pointed!, oh well next mod is the powerflex arb bushes and tiebar!,
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by vauxfan View Post
    Well still baffled lol!, the car still has a mind of its own!, still doesn't want to feel nice and pointed!, oh well next mod is the powerflex arb bushes and tiebar!,
    I think I know what you mean. After bringing mine to work today (30 miles) I noticed that I've got a bit of pull on mine (to the left) and there is still a little bit of wheel wobble at 60mph ish but that only occurs every now and again. The car really does have a mind of its own. Think I need a 4 wheel alignment done
     
     

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    i just think e46s don't drive right full stop!, added to the subframe fault,lol, maybe should have got the e36 or saved for an e92
     
     

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    well another few things done and resolved today!, first was to fit a new lemforder drop link, and second was a bit of a find track rod inner ball joint play!, see the new post if you want a read! http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...99/#post448848
     
     

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