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    Quote Originally Posted by steve954 View Post
    judging by the video it's the same as mine change that coupling and all should be well, i just had my allinment done tonight and i just enjoyed the drive home first time in this car if i had driven it before i bought it (got it from a auction no test drive) i would never bought it, not bad for part that cost £52 from bmw well worth doing.
    gunna look under car when i get the chance, have a good look at the couplin! mite video the top of the couplin tomorrow.
     
     

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    updated video
     
     

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    the bit which is shown at 17s in the video is at fault i would say, under that bell is a rubber mount which is riveted together, see following photo's



    if you like i would be more than happen to send you this part so you can see for yourself where the play is.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve954 View Post
    if you like i would be more than happen to send you this part so you can see for yourself where the play is.
    nice one mate...well played
    what i've felt,what i've known
    never shined through in what i've shown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve954 View Post
    the bit which is shown at 17s in the video is at fault i would say, under that bell is a rubber mount which is riveted together, see following photo's



    if you like i would be more than happen to send you this part so you can see for yourself where the play is.
    is this part broken then?, i wouldn't mind if you could, please let me know, Mark.
     
     

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    not broken as such, just there is play in the rivets, i can induce the play by holding both ends and twisting them if you clamp it in a vice and use a screwdriver it is really bad the new part had no play at all, if you pm me your address i will post it to you monday just chuck it when you're finished.
     
     

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    has the coupling arrived yet?
     
     

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